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November 26, 2019 
A student wears a t-shirt that reads in Spanish: "Fidel, anti-imperialist" during an event commemorating... 
Havana, Cuba 
A student wears a t-shirt that reads in Spanish: "Fidel, anti-imperialist" during an event commemorating... 
A student wears a t-shirt that reads in Spanish: "Fidel, anti-imperialist" during an event commemorating the three year anniversary of late Cuban President Fidel Castro's death, Havana, Cuba, November 25, 2019. REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini 
CUBA-CASTRO/REACTION-SPAIN
RTSTECR 
November 26, 2016 
The Cuban flag flies half-mast as police prevent supporters of late Cuban revolutionary leader Fidel... 
Madrid, Spain 
The Cuban flag flies half-mast as police prevent supporters of late Cuban revolutionary leader Fidel... 
The Cuban flag flies half-mast as police prevent supporters of late Cuban revolutionary leader Fidel Castro from advancing towards anti-Castro demonstrators outside the Cuban Embassy in Madrid, Spain, November 26, 2016. REUTERS/Susana Vera 
CUBA-CASTRO/REACTION-SPAIN
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November 26, 2016 
A supporter of late Cuban revolutionary leader Fidel Castro (L) and an anti-Castro demonstrator yell... 
Madrid, Spain 
A supporter of late Cuban revolutionary leader Fidel Castro and an anti-Castro demonstrator yell at each... 
A supporter of late Cuban revolutionary leader Fidel Castro (L) and an anti-Castro demonstrator yell at each other outside the Cuban Embassy in Madrid, Spain, November 26, 2016. REUTERS/Susana Vera 
CUBA-CASTRO/REACTION-SPAIN
RTSTECA 
November 26, 2016 
An anti-Castro protester wearing a t-shirt that reads, "Cuba democracy now", is punched by a supporter... 
Madrid, Spain 
An anti-Castro protester wearing a t-shirt that reads, "Cuba democracy now", is punched by a supporter... 
An anti-Castro protester wearing a t-shirt that reads, "Cuba democracy now", is punched by a supporter of late Cuban revolutionary leader Fidel Castro outside the Cuban Embassy in Madrid, Spain, November 26, 2016. REUTERS/Susana Vera TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY 
CUBA-ANNIVERSARY/
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August 13, 2015 
People dance during a concert in honour of Cuba's former President Fidel Castro for his birthday at the... 
Havana, Cuba 
People dance during a concert in honour of Cuba's former President Fidel Castro for his birthday at the... 
People dance during a concert in honour of Cuba's former President Fidel Castro for his birthday at the Anti-Imperialist stage in Havana, August 12, 2015. Castro celebrates his 89th birthday on August 13, 2015. Picture taken August 12, 2015. REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini
CUBA-ANNIVERSARY/
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August 13, 2015 
Joshua Reyes, 3, (C), sleeps between his parents during a concert in honour of Cuba's former President... 
Havana, Cuba 
Joshua Reyes, 3, (C), sleeps between his parents during a concert in honour of Cuba's former President... 
Joshua Reyes, 3, (C), sleeps between his parents during a concert in honour of Cuba's former President Fidel Castro for his birthday at the Anti-Imperialist stage in Havana, August 12, 2015. Castro celebrates his 89th birthday on August 13, 2015. Picture taken August 12, 2015. REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini
CUBA-ANNIVERSARY/
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August 13, 2015 
People watch a video in honour of Cuba's former President Fidel Castro on a screen during a concert for... 
Havana, Cuba 
People watch a video in honour of Cuba's former President Fidel Castro on a screen during a concert for... 
People watch a video in honour of Cuba's former President Fidel Castro on a screen during a concert for his birthday at the Anti-Imperialist stage in Havana, August 12, 2015. Castro celebrates his 89th birthday on August 13, 2015. Picture taken August 12, 2015. REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini
CUBA-ANNIVERSARY/
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August 13, 2015 
People dance during a concert in honor of Cuba's former President Fidel Castro for his birthday at the... 
Havana, Cuba 
People dance during a concert in honor of Cuba's former President Fidel Castro for his birthday at the... 
People dance during a concert in honor of Cuba's former President Fidel Castro for his birthday at the Anti-Imperialist stage in Havana, August 12, 2015. Castro celebrates his 89th birthday on August 13, 2015. Picture taken August 12, 2015. REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini
CUBA-ANNIVERSARY/
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August 13, 2015 
People attend a concert in honour of Cuba's former President Fidel Castro for his birthday at the Anti-Imperialist... 
Havana, Cuba 
People attend a concert in honour of Cuba's former President Fidel Castro for his birthday at the Anti-Imperialist... 
People attend a concert in honour of Cuba's former President Fidel Castro for his birthday at the Anti-Imperialist stage in Havana, August 12, 2015. Castro celebrates his 89th birthday on August 13, 2015. Picture taken August 12, 2015. REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini
CUBA-ANNIVERSARY/
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August 13, 2015 
Yumila Figueroa, 25, (C), looks to the camera during a birthday concert in honor of Cuba's former President... 
Havana, Cuba 
Figueroa looks to the camera during a concert in honor of Cuba's former President Fidel Castro in Havana... 
Yumila Figueroa, 25, (C), looks to the camera during a birthday concert in honor of Cuba's former President Fidel Castro at the Anti-Imperialist Stage in Havana August 12, 2015. Castro will celebrate his 89th birthday on August 13, 2015. REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini
CUBA-POLITICS/
RTX1O4XF 
August 13, 2015 
Felix Yandez, 16, (C), reacts to the camera during a concert in honor of Cuba's former President Fidel... 
Havana, Cuba 
Yandez reacts to the camera during a concert in honor of Cuba's former President Fidel Castro in Havana... 
Felix Yandez, 16, (C), reacts to the camera during a concert in honor of Cuba's former President Fidel Castro for his birthday at the Anti-Imperialist Stage in Havana August 12, 2015. Castro will celebrate his 89th birthday on August 13, 2015. REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini
CUBA-USA/
RTX1L3EP 
July 20, 2015 
Danys Mata (L), a pro-Cuba activist, argues with an anti-Castro activist during a protest in Little Havana... 
Miami, UNITED STATES 
Danys Mata argues with an anti-Castro activist during a protest in Little Havana in Miami 
Danys Mata (L), a pro-Cuba activist, argues with an anti-Castro activist during a protest in Little Havana in Miami, Florida July 20, 2015.The Cuban flag was raised over Havana's embassy in Washington on Monday for the first time in 54 years as the United States and Cuba formally restored relations, opening a new chapter of engagement between the former Cold War foes. REUTERS/Javier Galeano TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
ECUADOR/
RTX16G1O 
December 13, 2013 
Cuban Elian Gonzalez (R) addresses a speech as he looks at a projection of a photo of former Cuban leader... 
Quito, Ecuador 
Elian Gonzalez looks at projection of photo of former Cuban leader Castro during anti-imperialist tribute,... 
Cuban Elian Gonzalez (R) addresses a speech as he looks at a projection of a photo of former Cuban leader Fidel Castro during an anti-imperialist tribute, as part of the Youth Leftists Festival in Quito, December 12, 2013. Cuban shipwreck survivor Elian Gonzalez turned into an international child celebrity after he was found floating on an inner tube off the Florida coast when he was 5-years-old in November 1999, when his mother and other Cubans accompanying the boy had died trying to get to the U.S. His case quickly became caught up in the political rip-tide of Havana-Miami politics. REUTERS/Guillermo Granja (ECUADOR - Tags: POLITICS) 
CUBA/
RTR2M1MS 
May 06, 2011 
Schoolchildren, wearing T-shirts with the names of the five Cuban prisoners in U.S. jails, sing the national... 
Havana, Cuba 
Schoolchildren sing the national anthem in Havana 
Schoolchildren, wearing T-shirts with the names of the five Cuban prisoners in U.S. jails, sing the national anthem during a ceremony organized in support of them by the Union of Communist Youth (UJC) in Havana May 5, 2011. The so-called "Cuban Five" are celebrated by many in Cuba as national heroes who were gathering information on armed exile groups in Miami to prevent attacks on their country and are believed to be victims of Washington's campaign against the island. FBI agents arrested the five in 1998. They were convicted in 2001 of 26 counts of spying on the Cuban exile community in Miami on behalf of Fidel Castro's government. The five have been in jail in the U.S. for over 12 years. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (CUBA - Tags: POLITICS) 
CUBA-CIGARS/
RTR2J2S4 
February 25, 2011 
Workers sort out tobacco leaves beside a poster of former Cuban leader Fidel Castro at the Partagas cigar... 
Havana, Cuba 
Workers sort out tobacco leaves beside a poster of former Cuban leader Fidel Castro at the Partagas cigar... 
Workers sort out tobacco leaves beside a poster of former Cuban leader Fidel Castro at the Partagas cigar factory in Havana February 24, 2011. Cuban cigar sales rose 2 percent in 2010 as smokers in China and the Middle East helped counter the effects of anti-smoking laws sweeping the globe, Cuban cigar executives said on Monday. They said China climbed over Germany to become the third largest market behind Spain and France for Habanos S.A., the worldwide distributor of Cuban cigars, which generated $368 million in sales last year. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (CUBA - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY EMPLOYMENT) 
CUBA-JUANES/EXILES
RTR284JO 
September 21, 2009 
An anti-Castro Cuban exile hold a sign which reads "Juanes communist, down Fidel, Chavez and Raul" during... 
Miami, UNITED STATES 
To match analysis CUBA JUANES/EXILES 
An anti-Castro Cuban exile hold a sign which reads "Juanes communist, down Fidel, Chavez and Raul" during a protest against the "Peace Without Borders" concert in Cuba, at a protest in Miami's little Havana, Florida September 20, 2009. Colombian singer Juanes won Cuban fans on both sides of the Florida Straits with his historic Havana concert on Sunday that included hit songs and impromptu references to "one Cuban family" and a "free Cuba".
But no less extraordinary than the hundreds of thousands of fans who cheered him in Havana, was the sight of young Cuban exiles in Miami confronting and shouting down a group of exile hardliners who were demonstrating against his performance. Picture take September 20, 2009. To match analysis CUBA JUANES/EXILES. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (UNITED STATES POLITICS) 
USA-CUBA/JUANES
RTR283LH 
September 21, 2009 
Supporters of the "Peace Without Borders" concert in Cuba fight with an anti-Castro Cuban exile (R) who... 
Miami, UNITED STATES 
Supporters of the "Peace Without Borders" concert in Cuba fight with an anti-Castro Cuban exile in Miami's... 
Supporters of the "Peace Without Borders" concert in Cuba fight with an anti-Castro Cuban exile (R) who opposes the concert in Miami's little Havana, Florida September 20, 2009. Hundreds of thousands of people jammed Havana's Revolution Square for a concert by Colombian rocker Juanes and other international pop stars who hope music can do what politics has not--bring together Cubans here and in the United States. Many exiles had accused Juanes of helping to legitimize a government that they said denied its people basic human rights and stifled dissent by throwing opponents in jail. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (UNITED STATES POLITICS) 
USA-CUBA/JUANES
RTR283KS 
September 21, 2009 
Anti-Castro Cuban exiles stand next to a coffin with an effigy of Cuban leader Fidel Castro during a... 
Miami, UNITED STATES 
Anti-Castro Cuban exiles stand next to a coffin with an effigy of Cuban leader Fidel Castro during a... 
Anti-Castro Cuban exiles stand next to a coffin with an effigy of Cuban leader Fidel Castro during a protest against the "Peace Without Borders" concert in Cuba, in Miami's little Havana in Florida September 20, 2009. Hundreds of thousands of people jammed Havana's Revolution Square for a concert by Colombian rocker Juanes and other international pop stars who hope music can do what politics has not--bring together Cubans here and in the United States. Many exiles had accused Juanes of helping to legitimize a government that they said denied its people basic human rights and stifled dissent by throwing opponents in jail. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (UNITED STATES POLITICS) 
USA-CUBA/JUANES
RTR283K8 
September 21, 2009 
An anti-Castro Cuban exile shouts slogans against the "Peace Without Borders" concert in Cuba, during... 
Miami, UNITED STATES 
An anti-Castro Cuban exile shouts slogans against the "Peace Without Borders" concert in Cuba, during... 
An anti-Castro Cuban exile shouts slogans against the "Peace Without Borders" concert in Cuba, during a protest at Miami's little Havana, Florida September 20, 2009. Hundreds of thousands of people jammed Havana's Revolution Square for a concert by Colombian rocker Juanes and other international pop stars who hope music can do what politics has not--bring together Cubans here and in the United States. Many exiles had accused Juanes of helping to legitimize a government that they said denied its people basic human rights and stifled dissent by throwing opponents in jail. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (UNITED STATES POLITICS CONFLICT) 
USA-CUBA/JUANES
RTR283IP 
September 21, 2009 
Supporters of the "Peace Without Borders" concert in Cuba argue with an anti-Castro Cuban exile (L) who... 
Miami, UNITED STATES 
Supporters of the "Peace Without Borders" concert in Cuba argue with an anti-Castro Cuban exile who opposes... 
Supporters of the "Peace Without Borders" concert in Cuba argue with an anti-Castro Cuban exile (L) who opposes the concert , at Miami's little Havana, Florida September 20, 2009. Hundreds of thousands of people jammed Havana's Revolution Square for a concert by Colombian rocker Juanes and other international pop stars who hope music can do what politics has not--bring together Cubans here and in the United States. Many exiles had accused Juanes of helping to legitimize a government that they said denied its people basic human rights and stifled dissent by throwing opponents in jail. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (UNITED STATES POLITICS) 
USA-CUBA/
RTXC8QU 
March 01, 2009 
A protester calling for change in Cuba holds a sign against Cuba's former leader Fidel Castro during... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
A protester holds a sign against Cuba's former leader Fidel Castro during a demonstration in New York... 
A protester calling for change in Cuba holds a sign against Cuba's former leader Fidel Castro during a demonstration across the street from Cuba's mission to the United Nations in New York March 1, 2009. REUTERS/Chip East (UNITED STATES) 
CUBA/
RTR22C0D 
December 06, 2008 
A boy walks with a Cuban flag after a march commemorating the anniversary of a campaign "Battle of Ideas"... 
Cardenas, Cuba 
A boy walks with a Cuban flag after a march commemorating the anniversary of a campaign "Battle of Ideas"... 
A boy walks with a Cuban flag after a march commemorating the anniversary of a campaign "Battle of Ideas" in Cardenas, December 6, 2008. The campaign was launched by Cuba's former President Fidel Castro, while shipwrecked boy Elian Gonzalez became the center of an international custody battle between Cuba's government and anti-Castro exiles in Miami. It was a political victory for Castro who led a crusade to bring the boy home, mobilizing millions of Cubans in rallies that bolstered support for his government.
REUTERS/Claudia Daut (CUBA) 
CUBA/
RTR22BZG 
December 06, 2008 
A boy holds a Cuban flag after a march commemorating the anniversary of a campaign "Battle of Ideas"... 
Cardenas, Cuba 
A boy holds a Cuban flag after a march commemorating the anniversary of a campaign "Battle of Ideas"... 
A boy holds a Cuban flag after a march commemorating the anniversary of a campaign "Battle of Ideas" in Cardenas, December 6, 2008. The campaign was launched by Cuba's former President Fidel Castro, while shipwrecked boy Elian Gonzalez became the center of an international custody battle between Cuba's government and anti-Castro exiles in Miami. It was a political victory for Castro who led a crusade to bring the boy home, mobilizing millions of Cubans in rallies that bolstered support for his government.
REUTERS/Claudia Daut (CUBA) 
CUBA/
RTR22BZB 
December 06, 2008 
Girls take part in a march commemorating the anniversary of a campaign "Battle of Ideas" in Cardenas,... 
Cardenas, Cuba 
Girls take part in a march commemorating the anniversary of a campaign "Battle of Ideas" in Cardenas 
Girls take part in a march commemorating the anniversary of a campaign "Battle of Ideas" in Cardenas, December 6, 2008. The campaign was launched by Cuba's former President Fidel Castro, while shipwrecked boy Elian Gonzalez became the center of an international custody battle between Cuba's government and anti-Castro exiles in Miami. It was a political victory for Castro who led a crusade to bring the boy home, mobilizing millions of Cubans in rallies that bolstered support for his government.
REUTERS/Claudia Daut (CUBA) 
CUBA/
RTR22BZ2 
December 06, 2008 
People march commemorating the anniversary of a campaign "Battle of Ideas" in Cardenas, December 6, 2008.... 
Cardenas, Cuba 
People march commemorating the anniversary of a campaign "Battle of Ideas" in Cardenas 
People march commemorating the anniversary of a campaign "Battle of Ideas" in Cardenas, December 6, 2008. The campaign was launched by Cuba's former President Fidel Castro, while shipwrecked boy Elian Gonzalez became the center of an international custody battle between Cuba's government and anti-Castro exiles in Miami. It was a political victory for Castro who led a crusade to bring the boy home, mobilizing millions of Cubans in rallies that bolstered support for his government.
REUTERS/Claudia Daut (CUBA) 
USA/
RTR229V5 
December 05, 2008 
Anti-Castro activists protest against an Ernesto "Che" Guevara film premiere in Miami December 4, 2008.... 
Miami, UNITED STATES 
Anti-Castro activists protest against an Ernesto "Che" Guevara film premiere in Miami 
Anti-Castro activists protest against an Ernesto "Che" Guevara film premiere in Miami December 4, 2008. "Che," the movie about Argentine Ernesto "Che" Guevara who fought alongside Fidel Castro in the Cuban revolution, will be shown over the weekend in Cuba. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (UNITED STATES) 
USA/
RTR229V0 
December 05, 2008 
Anti-Castro activists protest against an Ernesto "Che" Guevara film premiere in Miami December 4, 2008.... 
Miami, UNITED STATES 
Anti-Castro activists protest against an Ernesto "Che" Guevara film premiere in Miami 
Anti-Castro activists protest against an Ernesto "Che" Guevara film premiere in Miami December 4, 2008. "Che," the movie about Argentine Ernesto "Che" Guevara who fought alongside Fidel Castro in the Cuban revolution, will be shown over the weekend in Cuba. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (UNITED STATES) 
USA/
RTR229UX 
December 05, 2008 
Anti-Castro activists protest against an Ernesto "Che" Guevara film premiere in Miami December 4, 2008.... 
Miami, UNITED STATES 
Anti-Castro activists protest against an Ernesto "Che" Guevara film premiere in Miami 
Anti-Castro activists protest against an Ernesto "Che" Guevara film premiere in Miami December 4, 2008. "Che," the movie about Argentine Ernesto "Che" Guevara who fought alongside Fidel Castro in the Cuban revolution, will be shown on December 5 in Cuba. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (UNITED STATES) 
CUBA-CASTRO/
RTR1QXAM 
June 18, 2007 
A man sits underneath a billboard reading "No Yankee annexionist plan will stop our revolution", in Havana... 
Havana, Cuba 
A man sits underneath a billboard reading "No Yankee annexionist plan will stop our revolution" in Havan... 
A man sits underneath a billboard reading "No Yankee annexionist plan will stop our revolution", in Havana June 18, 2007. Cuba will continue to build up its defenses against the United States and Cubans should be prepared to make more sacrifices to remain independent, Cuban leader Fidel Castro said in an editorial published on Monday. REUTERS/Claudia Daut (CUBA) 
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RTR1P67Z 
April 29, 2007 
People hold posters with a photograph of anti-Castro Cuban exile Luis Posada Carriles with the headline... 
Cojimar, Cuba 
People hold posters with photograph of anti-Castro Cuban exile Posada Carriles during event in Cojimar... 
People hold posters with a photograph of anti-Castro Cuban exile Luis Posada Carriles with the headline reading "Responsible for those crimes" during an event dedicated to the "Cuban Five" in Cojimar, outside of Havana April 29, 2007. Posada Carriles, a former CIA operative and accused of bombing a Cuban airliner 30 years ago, was freed on bail from a U.S. prison on April 19. The "Cuban Five" are five Cuban men convicted on conspiracy and espionage charges in the U.S. for spying on behalf of Fidel Castro's government.
REUTERS/Claudia Daut (CUBA) 
CUBAN-EXILE/
RTR1OV9R 
April 21, 2007 
People hold photographs of victims of the 1976 bombing of a Cuban airliner during a vigil outside the... 
Havana, Cuba 
People hold photographs of victims of the 1976 bombing of a Cuban airliner in Havana 
People hold photographs of victims of the 1976 bombing of a Cuban airliner during a vigil outside the the U.S. diplomatic mission in Havana April 20, 2007. Cuba accused the U.S. government on Friday of protecting anti-Castro exile Luis Posada Carriles blamed for the bombing of the airliner, blasts in Havana hotels and plots to kill Fidel Castro. Posada Carriles, a former CIA operative, was freed on bail on Thursday from a U.S. prison in New Mexico pending trial on immigration charges. REUTERS/Claudia Daut (CUBA) 
USA CASTRO
RTR1J5PV 
November 08, 2006 
Anti-Castro activists carry a sculpture of Cuban leader Fidel Castro during a ceremony to destroy it... 
Miami, UNITED STATES 
Anti-Castro activists carry a sculpture of Cuban leader Fidel Castro during a ceremony to destroy it... 
Anti-Castro activists carry a sculpture of Cuban leader Fidel Castro during a ceremony to destroy it in Little Havana, Miami, November 8, 2006. Cuban exiles tossed a giant sculpture of Castro's head into a garbage truck in a mock burial of the ailing Cuban leader in Miami's Little Havana district. The Cuban-American community persuaded artist Daniel Edwards, who created the controversial sculpture, to bring it to Miami to be destroyed rather than display it in Central Park, New York, as previously planned. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (UNITED STATES) 
USA CASTRO
RTR1J5PO 
November 08, 2006 
An anti-Castro activist holds a poster during a ceremony to destroy a sculpture of Cuban leader Fidel... 
Miami, UNITED STATES 
An anti-Castro activist holds a poster during a ceremony to destroy a sculpture of Cuban leader Castro... 
An anti-Castro activist holds a poster during a ceremony to destroy a sculpture of Cuban leader Fidel Castro in Little Havana, Miami, November 8, 2006. Cuban exiles tossed a giant sculpture of Castro's head into a garbage truck in a mock burial of the ailing Cuban leader in Miami's Little Havana district. The Cuban-American community persuaded artist Daniel Edwards, who created the controversial sculpture, to bring it to Miami to be destroyed rather than display it in Central Park, New York, as previously planned. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (UNITED STATES) 
USA CASTRO
RTR1J5PK 
November 08, 2006 
An anti-Castro activist hits a sculpture of Cuban leader Fidel Castro during a ceremony in Little Havana,... 
Miami, UNITED STATES 
An anti-Castro activist hits a sculpture of Cuban leader Castro during a ceremony in Little Havana 
An anti-Castro activist hits a sculpture of Cuban leader Fidel Castro during a ceremony in Little Havana, Miami, November 8, 2006. Cuban exiles tossed a giant sculpture of Castro's head into a garbage truck in a mock burial of the ailing Cuban leader in Miami's Little Havana district. The Cuban-American community persuaded artist Daniel Edwards, who created the controversial sculpture, to bring it to Miami to be destroyed rather than display it in Central Park, New York, as previously planned. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (UNITED STATES) 
USA CASTRO
RTR1J5PB 
November 08, 2006 
An anti-Castro activist holds a poster during a ceremony to destroy a sculpture of Cuban leader Fidel... 
Miami, UNITED STATES 
An anti-Castro activist hold a poster during a ceremony to destroy a sculpture of Cuban leader Castro... 
An anti-Castro activist holds a poster during a ceremony to destroy a sculpture of Cuban leader Fidel Castro in Little Havana, Miami, November 8, 2006. Cuban exiles tossed a giant sculpture of Castro's head into a garbage truck in a mock burial of the ailing Cuban leader in Miami's Little Havana district. The Cuban-American community persuaded artist Daniel Edwards, who created the controversial sculpture, to bring it to Miami to be destroyed rather than display it in Central Park, New York, as previously planned. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (UNITED STATES) 
USA CASTRO
RTR1J5P3 
November 08, 2006 
An anti-Castro activist points at a sculpture of Cuban leader Fidel Castro during a ceremony in Little... 
Miami, UNITED STATES 
An anti-Castro activist hits a sculpture of Cuban leader Castro during a ceremony in Little Havana 
An anti-Castro activist points at a sculpture of Cuban leader Fidel Castro during a ceremony in Little Havana, Miami, November 8, 2006. Cuban exiles tossed a giant sculpture of Castro's head into a garbage truck in a mock burial of the ailing Cuban leader in Miami's Little Havana district. The Cuban-American community persuaded artist Daniel Edwards, who created the controversial sculpture, to bring it to Miami to be destroyed rather than display it in Central Park, New York, as previously planned. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (UNITED STATES) 
USA CASTRO
RTR1J5OZ 
November 08, 2006 
Anti-Castro activists carry a sculpture of Cuban leader Fidel Castro during a ceremony to destroy it... 
Miami, UNITED STATES 
Anti-Castro activists carry a sculpture of Cuban leader Castro during a ceremony to destroy it in Little... 
Anti-Castro activists carry a sculpture of Cuban leader Fidel Castro during a ceremony to destroy it in Little Havana, Miami, November 8, 2006. Cuban exiles tossed a giant sculpture of Castro's head into a garbage truck in a mock burial of the ailing Cuban leader in Miami's Little Havana district. The Cuban-American community persuaded artist Daniel Edwards, who created the controversial sculpture, to bring it to Miami to be destroyed rather than display it in Central Park, New York, as previously planned. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (UNITED STATES) 
USA CASTRO
RTR1J5NK 
November 08, 2006 
Anti-Castro activists react during a ceremony to destroy a sculpture of Cuban leader Fidel Castro in... 
Miami, UNITED STATES 
Anti-Castro activists react during a ceremony to destroy a sculpture of Cuban leader Castro in Little... 
Anti-Castro activists react during a ceremony to destroy a sculpture of Cuban leader Fidel Castro in Little Havana, Miami, November 8, 2006. Cuban exiles tossed a giant sculpture of Castro's head into a garbage truck in a mock burial of the ailing Cuban leader in Miami's Little Havana district. The Cuban-American community persuaded artist Daniel Edwards, who created the controversial sculpture, to bring it to Miami to be destroyed rather than display it in Central Park, New York, as previously planned. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (UNITED STATES) 
USA CASTRO
RTR1J5NG 
November 08, 2006 
An anti-Castro activist attends a ceremony to destroy a sculpture of Cuban leader Fidel Castro in Little... 
Miami, UNITED STATES 
An anti-Castro activist attends a ceremony to destroy a sculpture of Cuban leader Castro in Little Havana... 
An anti-Castro activist attends a ceremony to destroy a sculpture of Cuban leader Fidel Castro in Little Havana, Miami, November 8, 2006. Cuban exiles tossed a giant sculpture of Castro's head into a garbage truck in a mock burial of the ailing Cuban leader in Miami's Little Havana district. The Cuban-American community persuaded artist Daniel Edwards, who created the controversial sculpture, to bring it to Miami to be destroyed rather than display it in Central Park, New York, as previously planned. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (UNITED STATES) 
USA CASTRO
RTR1J5ND 
November 08, 2006 
Anti-Castro activists carry a sculpture of Cuban leader Fidel Castro during a ceremony to destroy it... 
Miami, UNITED STATES 
Anti-Castro activists carry a sculpture of Cuban leader Castro during a ceremony to destroy it in Little... 
Anti-Castro activists carry a sculpture of Cuban leader Fidel Castro during a ceremony to destroy it in Little Havana, Miami, November 8, 2006. Cuban exiles tossed a giant sculpture of Castro's head into a garbage truck in a mock burial of the ailing Cuban leader in Miami's Little Havana district. The Cuban-American community persuaded artist Daniel Edwards, who created the controversial sculpture, to bring it to Miami to be destroyed rather than display it in Central Park, New York, as previously planned. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (UNITED STATES) 
USA CASTRO
RTR1J5NC 
November 08, 2006 
Anti-Castro activists hits a sculpture of Cuban leader Fidel Castro before a ceremony in Little Havana,... 
Miami, UNITED STATES 
Anti-Castro activists hits a sculpture of Cuban leader Castro before a ceremony in Little Havana 
Anti-Castro activists hits a sculpture of Cuban leader Fidel Castro before a ceremony in Little Havana, Miami, November 8, 2006. Cuban exiles tossed a giant sculpture of Castro's head into a garbage truck in a mock burial of the ailing Cuban leader in Miami's Little Havana district. The Cuban-American community persuaded artist Daniel Edwards, who created the controversial sculpture, to bring it to Miami to be destroyed rather than display it in Central Park, New York, as previously planned. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (UNITED STATES) 
USA CASTRO
RTR1J5N1 
November 08, 2006 
An anti-Castro activist reacts during a ceremony to destroy a sculpture of Cuban leader Fidel Castro... 
Miami, UNITED STATES 
An anti-Castro activist reacts during a ceremony to destroy a sculpture of Cuban leader Castro in Little... 
An anti-Castro activist reacts during a ceremony to destroy a sculpture of Cuban leader Fidel Castro in Little Havana, Miami, November 8, 2006. Cuban exiles tossed a giant sculpture of Castro's head into a garbage truck in a mock burial of the ailing Cuban leader in Miami's Little Havana district. The Cuban-American community persuaded artist Daniel Edwards, who created the controversial sculpture, to bring it to Miami to be destroyed rather than display it in Central Park, New York, as previously planned. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (UNITED STATES) 
USA CASTRO
RTR1J5MZ 
November 08, 2006 
Anti-Castro activists carry a sculpture of Cuban leader Fidel Castro during a ceremony in Little Havana,... 
Miami, UNITED STATES 
Anti-Castro activists carry a sculpture of Cuban leader Castro during a ceremony in Little Havana 
Anti-Castro activists carry a sculpture of Cuban leader Fidel Castro during a ceremony in Little Havana, Miami, November 8, 2006. Cuban exiles tossed a giant sculpture of Castro's head into a garbage truck in a mock burial of the ailing Cuban leader in Miami's Little Havana district. The Cuban-American community persuaded artist Daniel Edwards, who created the controversial sculpture, to bring it to Miami to be destroyed rather than display it in Central Park, New York, as previously planned. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (UNITED STATES) 
USA CASTRO
RTR1J5MP 
November 08, 2006 
An anti-Castro activist attends a ceremony to destroy a sculpture of Cuban leader Fidel Castro in Little... 
Miami, UNITED STATES 
An anti-Castro activist attends a ceremony to destroy a sculpture of Cuban leader Castro in Little Havana... 
An anti-Castro activist attends a ceremony to destroy a sculpture of Cuban leader Fidel Castro in Little Havana, Miami, November 8, 2006. Cuban exiles tossed a giant sculpture of Castro's head into a garbage truck in a mock burial of the ailing Cuban leader in Miami's Little Havana district. The Cuban-American community persuaded artist Daniel Edwards, who created the controversial sculpture, to bring it to Miami to be destroyed rather than display it in Central Park, New York, as previously planned. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (UNITED STATES) 
CUBA BOMBING POSADA
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November 05, 2006 
Ernesto Diaz-Rodriguez (R), General Secretary of the anti-Castro group Alpha 66, speaks to Cuban anti-Castro... 
Miami, UNITED STATES 
Diaz-Rodriguez General Secretary the anti-Castro group Alpha 66 speaks to Cuban anti-Castro activist... 
Ernesto Diaz-Rodriguez (R), General Secretary of the anti-Castro group Alpha 66, speaks to Cuban anti-Castro activist Luis Posada Carriles on a mobile phone during a homage ceremony for Carriles in Little Havana, Miami, November 4, 2006. Carriles, an anti-Fidel Castro militant accused of bombing a Cuban airliner in 1976 will remain detained on immigration charges after U.S. Justice Department lawyers on Thursday filed objections to a magistrate's recommendation that he be freed. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (UNITED STATES) 
CUBA BOMBING POSADA
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November 05, 2006 
Ernesto Diaz-Rodriguez (R), General Secretary of the anti-Castro group Alpha 66, speaks during a homage... 
Miami, UNITED STATES 
Diaz-Rodriguez speaks during a homage ceremony for Cuban anti-Castro activist Luis Posada Carriles in... 
Ernesto Diaz-Rodriguez (R), General Secretary of the anti-Castro group Alpha 66, speaks during a homage ceremony for Cuban anti-Castro activist Luis Posada Carriles in Little Havana, Miami, November 4, 2006. Carriles, an anti-Fidel Castro militant accused of bombing a Cuban airliner in 1976 will remain detained on immigration charges after U.S. Justice Department lawyers on Thursday filed objections to a magistrate's recommendation that he be freed. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (UNITED STATES) 
CUBA BOMBING POSADA
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November 05, 2006 
Members of Anti-Castro group Alpha 66 attend a homage ceremony for Cuban anti-Castro activist Luis Posada... 
Miami, UNITED STATES 
Members of Anti-Castro group Alpha 66 attend a homage ceremony for Cuban anti-Castro activist Luis Posada... 
Members of Anti-Castro group Alpha 66 attend a homage ceremony for Cuban anti-Castro activist Luis Posada Carriles in Little Havana, Miami, November 4, 2006. Carriles, an anti-Fidel Castro militant accused of bombing a Cuban airliner in 1976 will remain detained on immigration charges after U.S. Justice Department lawyers on Thursday filed objections to a magistrate's recommendation that he be freed. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (UNITED STATES) 
CUBA BOMBING POSADA
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November 05, 2006 
Emilio Caballero, a member of Anti-Castro group Alpha 66, speaks during a homage ceremony for Cuban anti-Castro... 
Miami, UNITED STATES 
Emilio Caballero, member of Anti-Castro group Alpha 66, speaks during a homage ceremony in Little Havana... 
Emilio Caballero, a member of Anti-Castro group Alpha 66, speaks during a homage ceremony for Cuban anti-Castro activist Luis Posada Carriles in Little Havana, Miami, November 4, 2006. Carriles, an anti-Fidel Castro militant accused of bombing a Cuban airliner in 1976 will remain detained on immigration charges after U.S. Justice Department lawyers on Thursday filed objections to a magistrate's recommendation that he be freed. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (UNITED STATES) 
CUBA BOMBING
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October 06, 2006 
A military band stands before family members of the 73 people killed in the 1976 downing of a Cuban airliner... 
Havana, Cuba 
Military band stands before family members of the 73 people killed in the 1976 downing of a Cuban airliner... 
A military band stands before family members of the 73 people killed in the 1976 downing of a Cuban airliner in Barbados during a memorial ceremony at Havana's Colon cemetery October 6, 2006. An anti-Fidel Castro militant accused of bombing the Cuban airliner in 1976 will remain detained on immigration charges after U.S. Justice Department lawyers on Thursday filed objections to a magistrate's recommendation that he be freed. Friday marks the 30th anniversary of the downing of the airliner. REUTERS/Claudia Daut (CUBA) 
CUBA BOMBING
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October 06, 2006 
Family members of the 73 people killed in the 1976 downing of a Cuban airliner in Barbados hold pictures... 
Havana, Cuba 
Family members of the 73 people killed in the 1976 downing of a Cuban airliner in Barbados hold pictures... 
Family members of the 73 people killed in the 1976 downing of a Cuban airliner in Barbados hold pictures of the victims while attending a memorial ceremony at Havana's Colon cemetery October 6, 2006. An anti-Fidel Castro militant accused of bombing the Cuban airliner in 1976 will remain detained on immigration charges after U.S. Justice Department lawyers on Thursday filed objections to a magistrate's recommendation that he be freed. Friday marks the 30th anniversary of the downing of the airliner. REUTERS/Claudia Daut (CUBA) 
CUBA BOMBING
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October 06, 2006 
A pilot and family members of the 73 people killed in the 1976 downing of a Cuban airliner in Barbados... 
Havana, Cuba 
Pilot and family members of the 73 people killed in the 1976 downing of a Cuban airliner attend a memorial... 
A pilot and family members of the 73 people killed in the 1976 downing of a Cuban airliner in Barbados attend a memorial ceremony at Havana's Colon cemetery October 6, 2006. An anti-Fidel Castro militant accused of bombing the Cuban airliner in 1976 will remain detained on immigration charges after U.S. Justice Department lawyers on Thursday filed objections to a magistrate's recommendation that he be freed. Friday marks the 30th anniversary of the downing of the airliner. REUTERS/Claudia Daut (CUBA) 
CUBA BOMBING
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October 06, 2006 
A family member of one of the 73 people killed in the 1976 downing of a Cuban airliner in Barbados holds... 
Havana, Cuba 
Family member of passenger killed in the 1976 downing of a Cuban airliner in Barbados holds poster in... 
A family member of one of the 73 people killed in the 1976 downing of a Cuban airliner in Barbados holds a poster depicting the burning plane with the words "We demand justice," during a memorial ceremony at Havana's Colon cemetery October 6, 2006. An anti-Fidel Castro militant accused of bombing the Cuban airliner in 1976 will remain detained on immigration charges after U.S. Justice Department lawyers on Thursday filed objections to a magistrate's recommendation that he be freed. Friday marks the 30th anniversary of the downing of the airliner. REUTERS/Claudia Daut (CUBA) 
CUBA BOMBING
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October 06, 2006 
A military band leads a march of family members of the 73 people killed in the 1976 downing of a Cuban... 
Havana, Cuba 
Military band leads march of family members of the 73 people killed in the 1976 downing of a Cuban airliner... 
A military band leads a march of family members of the 73 people killed in the 1976 downing of a Cuban airliner in Barbados during a memorial ceremony at Havana's Colon cemetery October 6, 2006. An anti-Fidel Castro militant accused of bombing the Cuban airliner in 1976 will remain detained on immigration charges after U.S. Justice Department lawyers on Thursday filed objections to a magistrate's recommendation that he be freed. Friday marks the 30th anniversary of the downing of the airliner. REUTERS/Claudia Daut (CUBA) 
INDONESIA
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August 11, 2006 
Indonesians carry placard with pictures of leaders who are against Israeli action in Lebanon during an... 
Jakarta, Indonesia 
Indonesians carry placard with pictures of leaders who are against Israeli action in Lebanon 
Indonesians carry placard with pictures of leaders who are against Israeli action in Lebanon during an anti-Israel rally outside the U.S. embassy in Jakarta August 11, 2006. The leaders portrayed are (L-R) Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez, Cuba's President Fidel Castro, Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, Castro and Iran's President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. REUTERS/Dadang Tri (INDONESIA) 
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August 03, 2006 
Ramon Saul Sanchez, president of the Democracy Movement, a Cuban exile group which has previously launched... 
Miami, USA 
Ramon Saul Sanchez, president of the Democracy Movement stands on the bow of a boat "Human Rights" ... 
Ramon Saul Sanchez, president of the Democracy Movement, a Cuban exile group which has previously launched flotillas into waters near Cuba to support anti-Castro dissidents, stands on the bow of a boat "Human Rights" at an undisclosed location near Miami, Florida August 2, 2006. The Cuban exile group is patching up its boats in case Cuban President Fidel Castro's health crisis gives its members a long-awaited chance to go home.REUTERS/Joe Skipper (UNITED STATES) 
CUBA USA BOATS
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August 03, 2006 
Jose Sanchez, a member of the Democracy Movement, a Cuban exile group which has previously launched flotillas... 
Miami, USA 
Jose Sanchez, a member of the Democracy Movement checks items on the bow of a boat "Human Rights" at... 
Jose Sanchez, a member of the Democracy Movement, a Cuban exile group which has previously launched flotillas into waters near Cuba to support anti-Castro dissidents, checks items on the bow of a boat "Human Rights" at an undisclosed location near Miami, Florida August 2, 2006. The Cuban exile group is patching up its boats in case Cuban President Fidel Castro's health crisis gives its members a long-awaited chance to go home.REUTERS/Joe Skipper (UNITED STATES) 
CUBA USA BOATS
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August 03, 2006 
Members of the Democracy Movement, a Cuban exile group which has previously launched flotillas into waters... 
Miami, USA 
Members of the Democracy Movement stand near the stern of the boat "Human Rights" at an undisclosed... 
Members of the Democracy Movement, a Cuban exile group which has previously launched flotillas into waters near Cuba to support anti-Castro dissidents, stand near the stern of a boat "Human Rights" at an undisclosed location near Miami, Florida August 2, 2006. The Cuban exile group is patching up its boats in case Cuban President Fidel Castro's health crisis gives its members a long-awaited chance to go home.REUTERS/Joe Skipper (UNITED STATES) 
CUBA CASTRO BOATS
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August 03, 2006 
Ramon Saul Sanchez, president of the Democracy Movement, a Cuban exile group which has previously launched... 
Miami, USA 
Ramon Saul Sanchez, president of the Democracy Movement, operates the engines of a boat "Human Rights"... 
Ramon Saul Sanchez, president of the Democracy Movement, a Cuban exile group which has previously launched flotillas into waters near Cuba to support anti-Castro dissidents, operates the engines of a boat "Human Rights" at an undisclosed location near Miami, Florida August 2, 2006. The Cuban exile group is patching up its boats in case Cuban President Fidel Castro's health crisis gives its members a long-awaited chance to go home.REUTERS/Joe Skipper (UNITED STATES) 
CUBA CASTRO USA
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August 01, 2006 
People display an anti-Fidel Castro poster in the Little Havana section of Miami, Florida August 1, 2006.... 
Miami, USA 
People display anti-Castro poster in Little Havana section of Miami 
People display an anti-Fidel Castro poster in the Little Havana section of Miami, Florida August 1, 2006. Many in the Cuban exile district of Miami view Cuba's President Fidel Castro as a brutal dictator and are celebrating his temporary relief of power. REUTERS/Marc Serota (UNITED STATES) 
CUBA
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April 19, 2006 
- PHOTO TAKEN APR1961 - A soldier of the Cuban Armed Forces stands atop a downed B-26 bomber, after the... 
Playa Giron, Cuba 
- PHOTO TAKEN APR1961 - A soldier of the Cuban Armed Forces stands atop a downed B-26 bomber, after ..... 
- PHOTO TAKEN APR1961 - A soldier of the Cuban Armed Forces stands atop a downed B-26 bomber, after the Bay of Pigs' invasion where some 1,500 [anti-Castro] allies came ashore at Playa Giron beach on the south coast of Cuba, in this April 1961 file photo. [Forty-five years after it defeated a CIA-trained invasion force at the Bay of Pigs, Cuba still sees the U.S. as the biggest threat to its socialist society. 1,500 Cuban exiles, organized and armed by the CIA, came ashore April 1961 in an unsuccessful attempt to overthrow Fidel Castro's government. The invaders never got beyond the mosquito-infested swamps surrounding the Bay of Pigs, as Castro's fledgling revolutionary government scrambled to defend itself.] Picture taken April 1961. 
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