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January 02, 2009
Cuba's President Raul Castro (R) and Vice President Juan Almeida Bosque attend the 50th anniversary of...
Santiago De Cuba, Cuba
Cuba's President Raul Castro and Vice President Juan Almeida Bosque attend the 50th anniversary of the...
Cuba's President Raul Castro (R) and Vice President Juan Almeida Bosque attend the 50th anniversary of the Cuban revolution in Santiago de Cuba January 1, 2009. Cuba celebrated on Thursday the 50th anniversary of a 1959 revolution whose leader Fidel Castro transformed the island into a communist state that has survived despite decades of opposition from the United States and the collapse of its Cold War benefactors. REUTERS/Claudia Daut (CUBA)
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July 27, 2008
Cuba's President Raul Castro (R) and Vice President Juan Almeida Bosque look at the sky during an event...
Santiago De Cuba, Cuba
Cuba's President Castro and Vice President Bosque look at sky in Santiago de Cuba
Cuba's President Raul Castro (R) and Vice President Juan Almeida Bosque look at the sky during an event marking the 55th anniversary of the start of the Cuban revolution at the former Moncada military barracks in Santiago de Cuba July 26, 2008. Castro's speech broke little new ground as he stressed austerity for Cuba and appeared to dampen rising expectations. REUTERS/Claudia Daut (CUBA)
CUBA USA
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June 15, 2002
Cuban President Fidel Castro (L) and Juan Almeida Bosque, a veteran of
the guerrilla war that led to...
Havana, Cuba - Republic of
CUBAN LEADER FIDEL CASTRO SIGNS CONSITUTIONAL REFORM PETITION IN
HAVANA.
Cuban President Fidel Castro (L) and Juan Almeida Bosque, a veteran of
the guerrilla war that led to the 1959 revolution, sign a petition for
constitutional amendments that would preserve Cuba's socialist workers
state, in Havana June 15 2002. Defying U.S. calls for political reform,
Castro announced on Thursday a nationwide campaign to support a
petition in favor of making the socialist system "untouchable."
REUTERS/Rafael Perez

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