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RTS2103 
September 20, 2015 
A woman wears a t-shirt with images of Cuban former president Fidel Castro (L), revolutionary Vilma Espin... 
Havana, Cuba 
A woman wears a t-shirt with images of Cuban former president Castro, Espin and Cuba's revolutionary... 
A woman wears a t-shirt with images of Cuban former president Fidel Castro (L), revolutionary Vilma Espin (C), and Cuba's revolutionary hero Ernesto "Che" Guevara, beside a sticker with an image of Pope Francis during the first mass led by the Pope in his visit to Cuba at Havana's Revolution Square, September 20, 2015. REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini
CUBA-CASTRO/REVOLUTION
RTX85KU 
July 26, 2008 
Photographers take images of a tombstone with the name of Cuba's President Raul Castro carved in it at... 
Santiago De Cuba, Cuba 
Photographers take images of the name of Cuba's President Raul Castro carved in a tombstone at a grave... 
Photographers take images of a tombstone with the name of Cuba's President Raul Castro carved in it at a grave he will share with his late wife Vilma Espin, who died in 2007, at the 2nd Front Mausoleum in the Santiago de Cuba province July 26, 2008. President Raul Castro will mark the 55th anniversary of the start of the Cuban revolution on Saturday with a speech to a nation waiting to hear how far and how fast he plans to go in reforming the island's struggling state-run economy. REUTERS/Claudia Daut (CUBA) 
CUBA-CASTRO/REVOLUTION
RTX85KF 
July 26, 2008 
The name of Cuba's President Raul Castro is carved in a tombstone at a grave he will share with his late... 
Santiago De Cuba, Cuba 
The name of Cuba's President Raul Castro is seen carved in a tombstone at a grave he will share with... 
The name of Cuba's President Raul Castro is carved in a tombstone at a grave he will share with his late wife Vilma Espin, who died in 2007, at the 2nd Front Mausoleum in the Santiago de Cuba province July 26, 2008. President Raul Castro will mark the 55th anniversary of the start of the Cuban revolution on Saturday with a speech to a nation waiting to hear how far and how fast he plans to go in reforming the island's struggling state-run economy. REUTERS/Claudia Daut (CUBA) 
CUBA-CASTRO/
RTR1XABT 
February 19, 2008 
Cuba's President Fidel Castro (L, front) gestures next to his brother Raul (R, front) as Vilma Espin... 
Havana, Cuba 
File photo of Castro attending a meeting of Cuba's National Assembly in Havana 
Cuba's President Fidel Castro (L, front) gestures next to his brother Raul (R, front) as Vilma Espin (L, rear) laughs next to Roberto Fernandez Retamar, president of the Cuban publisher Casa de las Americas, during a meeting of Cuba's National Assembly in Havana in this October 25, 2003 file photo. Ailing Cuban leader Fidel Castro said on Tuesday that he will not return to lead the communist country, retiring as president 49 years after he seized power in a revolution and became a central figure of the Cold War. REUTERS/Stringer/Files (CUBA) 
CUBA-GERMANY/LAFONTAINE
RTR1T9EY 
August 30, 2007 
Oskar Lafontaine, leader of Germany's Left Party, walks past a sign of a photo exhibition of Raul Castro's... 
Havana, Cuba 
Lafontaine, leader of Germany's Left Party, walks past a sign of a photo exhibition of Raul Castro's... 
Oskar Lafontaine, leader of Germany's Left Party, walks past a sign of a photo exhibition of Raul Castro's late wife Vilma Espin, outside of Cuba's International Press Center in Havana August 30, 2007. Lafontaine forged the new far-left party this year by merging his Social Democrat splinter group with the Party of Democratic Socialism (PDS), successor to the Communist Party of East Germany. Lafontaine met with members of Cuba's Communist hierarchy during a three-day visit to Havana. REUTERS/Claudia Daut (CUBA) 
CUBA-ESPIN/
RTR1R1YM 
June 23, 2007 
Cuba's acting President Raul Castro (3rd R) and family members stand together during funeral services... 
MAYARI, Cuba 
Cuba's acting President Castro and family members stand together during funeral services for his late... 
Cuba's acting President Raul Castro (3rd R) and family members stand together during funeral services for his late wife Vilma Espin in Mayari June 22, 2007. Espin, sister-in-law of convalescing Cuban leader Fidel Castro and one of the most powerful women in Cuba's political leadership, died on Monday in Havana. She was 77. REUTERS/MINFAR/Handout (CUBA) 
CUBA-ESPIN/
RTR1R1Y4 
June 23, 2007 
Cuba's acting President Raul Castro receives the urn containing the ashes of his late wife Vilma Espin... 
MAYARI, Cuba 
Cuba's acting President Castro receives the urn containing the ashes of his late wife Espin in Mayari... 
Cuba's acting President Raul Castro receives the urn containing the ashes of his late wife Vilma Espin in Mayari June 22, 2007. Espin, sister-in-law of convalescing Cuban leader Fidel Castro and one of the most powerful women in Cuba's political leadership, died on Monday in Havana. She was 77. REUTERS/MINFAR/Handout (CUBA) 
NICARAGUA/
RTR1QZED 
June 20, 2007 
A journalist looks at the condolence book in memory of Vilma Espin at Cuba's embassy in Managua June... 
Managua, Nicaragua 
A journalist looks at the condolence book in memory of Vilma Espin at Cuba's embassy in Managua 
A journalist looks at the condolence book in memory of Vilma Espin at Cuba's embassy in Managua June 20, 2007. Espin, sister-in-law of Cuban leader Fidel Castro, died on Monday in Havana. She was 77. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas (NICARAGUA) 
CUBA-ESPIN/
RTR1QYJT 
June 20, 2007 
Jose Luis Cortes performs during an event in honor of Vilma Espin, wife of Cuba's acting President Raul... 
Havana, Cuba 
Cortes performs during an event in honor of Espin, wife of Cuba's acting President Castro, at the Karl... 
Jose Luis Cortes performs during an event in honor of Vilma Espin, wife of Cuba's acting President Raul Castro, at the Karl Marx Theater in Havana June 19, 2007. Espin, sister-in-law of convalescing Cuban leader Fidel Castro and one of the most powerful women in Cuba's political leadership, died on Monday in Havana. She was 77. REUTERS/Claudia Daut (CUBA) 
CUBA-ESPIN/
RTR1QYJN 
June 20, 2007 
A woman hands out leaflets dedicated to Vilma Espin, wife of Cuba's acting President Raul Castro, before... 
Havana, Cuba 
A woman hands out leaflets dedicated to Espin, wife of Cuba's acting President Castro, before an event... 
A woman hands out leaflets dedicated to Vilma Espin, wife of Cuba's acting President Raul Castro, before an event in honor of Espin at the Karl Marx Theater in Havana June 19, 2007. Espin, sister-in-law of convalescing Cuban leader Fidel Castro and one of the most powerful women in Cuba's political leadership, died on Monday in Havana. She was 77. REUTERS/Claudia Daut (CUBA) 
CUBA-ESPIN/
RTR1QYJL 
June 20, 2007 
Players of Cuba's national baseball team pay their last respect to Vilma Espin, wife of Cuba's acting... 
Havana, Cuba 
Players of Cuba's national baseball team pay their last respect to Espin, wife of Cuba's acting President... 
Players of Cuba's national baseball team pay their last respect to Vilma Espin, wife of Cuba's acting President Raul Castro, at the Jose Marti monument in Havana June 19, 2007. Espin, sister-in-law of convalescing Cuban leader Fidel Castro and one of the most powerful women in Cuba's political leadership, died on Monday in Havana. She was 77. Best quality available. REUTERS/Ricardo Lopez Hevia/Granma (CUBA) 
CUBA-ESPIN/
RTR1QYJD 
June 20, 2007 
Mariela Castro, daughter of Cuba's acting President Raul Castro, hugs an unidentified person before an... 
Havana, Cuba 
Mariela Castro, daughter of Cuba's acting President Raul Castro, hugs an unidentified person before an... 
Mariela Castro, daughter of Cuba's acting President Raul Castro, hugs an unidentified person before an event in honor of her mother Vilma Espin at the Karl Marx Theater in Havana June 19, 2007. Espin, sister-in-law of convalescing Cuban leader Fidel Castro and one of the most powerful women in Cuba's political leadership, died on Monday in Havana. She was 77. REUTERS/Claudia Daut (CUBA) 
CUBA-ESPIN/
RTR1QYJ7 
June 20, 2007 
Cuba's acting President Raul Castro (C) talks to people after an event in honor of his wife Vilma Espin... 
Havana, Cuba 
Cuba's acting President Raul Castro talks to people after an event in honor of his wife Vilma Espin in... 
Cuba's acting President Raul Castro (C) talks to people after an event in honor of his wife Vilma Espin at the Karl Marx Theater in Havana June 19, 2007. Espin, sister-in-law of convalescing Cuban leader Fidel Castro and one of the most powerful women in Cuba's political leadership, died on Monday in Havana. She was 77. REUTERS/Claudia Daut (CUBA) 
CUBA-ESPIN/
RTR1QYJ5 
June 20, 2007 
Cuba's acting President Raul Castro hugs Jose Ramon Machado Ventura (obscured), a member of the political... 
Havana, Cuba 
Cuba's acting President Castro hugs Ventura, a member of the political bureau of the Central Committee... 
Cuba's acting President Raul Castro hugs Jose Ramon Machado Ventura (obscured), a member of the political bureau of the Central Committee of Cuba's Communist Party, during an event in honor of Castro's wife Vilma Espin at the Karl Marx Theater in Havana June 19, 2007. Espin, sister-in-law of convalescing Cuban leader Fidel Castro and one of the most powerful women in Cuba's political leadership, died on Monday in Havana. She was 77. REUTERS/Claudia Daut (CUBA) 
CUBA-ESPIN/
RTR1QYJ4 
June 20, 2007 
Cuba's acting President Raul Castro (C) attends an event in honor of his wife Vilma Espin along with... 
Havana, Cuba 
Cuba's acting President Castro attends an event in honor of his wife Espin in Havana 
Cuba's acting President Raul Castro (C) attends an event in honor of his wife Vilma Espin along with family members and members of the government at the Karl Marx Theater in Havana June 19, 2007. Espin, sister-in-law of convalescing Cuban leader Fidel Castro and one of the most powerful women in Cuba's political leadership, died on Monday in Havana. She was 77. REUTERS/Adalberto Roque/Pool (CUBA) 
CUBA-ESPIN/
RTR1QYJ2 
June 20, 2007 
The audience looks at photographs of Cuba's acting President Raul Castro and Vilma Espin on their wedding... 
Havana, Cuba 
The audience looks at photographs of Cuba's acting President Castro and Espin on their wedding day in... 
The audience looks at photographs of Cuba's acting President Raul Castro and Vilma Espin on their wedding day during the screening of a documentary on the life of Espin at the Karl Marx Theater in Havana June 19, 2007. Espin, sister-in-law of convalescing Cuban leader Fidel Castro and one of the most powerful women in Cuba's political leadership, died on Monday in Havana. She was 77. REUTERS/Claudia Daut (CUBA) 
CUBA-ESPIN/
RTR1QYJ0 
June 20, 2007 
Mariela Castro (L) and Colonel Alejandro Castro, children of Cuba's acting President Raul Castro, talk... 
Havana, Cuba 
Children of Cuba's acting President Castro talk before an event in honor of their mother Espin at the... 
Mariela Castro (L) and Colonel Alejandro Castro, children of Cuba's acting President Raul Castro, talk before an event in honor of their mother Vilma Espin at the Karl Marx Theater in Havana June 19, 2007. Espin, sister-in-law of convalescing Cuban leader Fidel Castro and one of the most powerful women in Cuba's political leadership, died on Monday in Havana. She was 77. REUTERS/Adalberto Roque/Pool (CUBA) 
CUBA-ESPIN/
RTR1QYIX 
June 20, 2007 
Mariela Castro (R) and Colonel Alejandro Castro, children of Cuba's acting President Raul Castro, walk... 
Havana, Cuba 
Children of Cuba's acting President Castro walk together before an event in honor of their mother Espin... 
Mariela Castro (R) and Colonel Alejandro Castro, children of Cuba's acting President Raul Castro, walk together before an event in honor of their mother Vilma Espin at the Karl Marx Theater in Havana June 19, 2007. Espin, sister-in-law of convalescing Cuban leader Fidel Castro and one of the most powerful women in Cuba's political leadership, died on Monday in Havana. She was 77. REUTERS/Adalberto Roque/Pool (CUBA) 
CUBA-ESPIN/
RTR1QYIH 
June 20, 2007 
Cuba's acting President Raul Castro attends an event in honor of his wife Vilma Espin at the Karl Marx... 
Havana, Cuba 
Cuba's acting President Castro attends an event in honor of his wife Espin at the Karl Marx Theater in... 
Cuba's acting President Raul Castro attends an event in honor of his wife Vilma Espin at the Karl Marx Theater in Havana June 19, 2007. Espin, sister-in-law of convalescing Cuban leader Fidel Castro and one of the most powerful women in Cuba's political leadership, died on Monday in Havana. She was 77. REUTERS/Adalberto Roque/Pool (CUBA) 
CUBA-ESPIN/
RTR1QYIB 
June 20, 2007 
Cuba's acting President Raul Castro (L) sits next to his daughter Deborah Castro Espin (C) and granddaughter... 
Havana, Cuba 
Cuba's acting President Castro sits next to his daughter and granddaughter during an event in honor of... 
Cuba's acting President Raul Castro (L) sits next to his daughter Deborah Castro Espin (C) and granddaughter Vilma Dominguez Castro during an event in honor of his wife Vilma Espin at the Karl Marx Theater in Havana June 19, 2007. Vilma Espin, sister-in-law of convalescing Cuban leader Fidel Castro and one of the most powerful women in Cuba's political leadership, died on Monday in Havana. She was 77. REUTERS/Adalberto Roque/Pool (CUBA) 
CUBA-ESPIN/
RTR1QYEN 
June 19, 2007 
Cuba's acting President Raul Castro (C) pays his last respects to his wife Vilma Espin along with others... 
Havana, Cuba 
Cuba's acting President Castro pays his last respects to his wife Espin along with others at the Jose... 
Cuba's acting President Raul Castro (C) pays his last respects to his wife Vilma Espin along with others at the Jose Marti monument in Havana June 19, 2007. Espin, sister-in-law of convalescing Cuban leader Fidel Castro and one of the most powerful women in Cuba's political leadership, died on Monday in Havana. She was 77. REUTERS/Ismael Francisco/Prensa Latina/Handout (CUBA) 
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Cubans mourn Vilma Espin - 19 Jun 2007 
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CUBA-ESPIN/
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June 19, 2007 
Mariela Castro (R), daughter of Vilma Espin and Cuba's acting President Raul Castro, reacts while paying... 
Havana, Cuba 
Mariela Castro, daughter of Vilma Espin and Cuba's acting President Raul Castro, reacts while paying... 
Mariela Castro (R), daughter of Vilma Espin and Cuba's acting President Raul Castro, reacts while paying her last respects to her mother at the Jose Marti monument in Havana June 19, 2007. Espin, sister-in-law of convalescing Cuban leader Fidel Castro and one of the most powerful women in Cuba's political leadership, died on Monday in Havana. She was 77.
REUTERS/Ismael Francisco/Prensa Latina/Handout (CUBA) 
CUBA-ESPIN/
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June 19, 2007 
Cuba's acting President Raul Castro (2nd L) pays his last respects to his wife Vilma Espin along with... 
Havana, Cuba 
Cuba's acting President Raul Castro pays last respects to his wife Vilma Espin in Havana 
Cuba's acting President Raul Castro (2nd L) pays his last respects to his wife Vilma Espin along with others at the Jose Marti monument in Havana June 19, 2007. Espin, sister-in-law of convalescing Cuban leader Fidel Castro and one of the most powerful women in Cuba's political leadership, died on Monday in Havana. She was 77. REUTERS/Ismael Francisco/Prensa Latina/Handout (CUBA) 
CUBA-ESPIN/
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June 19, 2007 
Cuba's acting President Raul Castro (C) pays his last respects to his wife Vilma Espin along with others... 
Havana, Cuba 
Cuba's acting President Raul Castro pays last respects to his wife Vilma Espin in Havana 
Cuba's acting President Raul Castro (C) pays his last respects to his wife Vilma Espin along with others at the Jose Marti monument in Havana June 19, 2007. Espin, sister-in-law of convalescing Cuban leader Fidel Castro and one of the most powerful women in Cuba's political leadership, died on Monday in Havana. She was 77. REUTERS/Ismael Francisco/Prensa Latina/Handout (CUBA) 
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June 19, 2007 
Cuba's acting President Raul Castro (R) pays his last respects to his wife Vilma Espin along with others... 
Havana, Cuba 
Cuba's acting President Raul Castro pays last respects to his wife Vilma Espin in Havana 
Cuba's acting President Raul Castro (R) pays his last respects to his wife Vilma Espin along with others at the Jose Marti monument in Havana June 19, 2007. Espin, sister-in-law of convalescing Cuban leader Fidel Castro and one of the most powerful women in Cuba's political leadership, died on Monday in Havana. She was 77. REUTERS/Ismael Francisco/Prensa Latina/Handout (CUBA) 
CUBA-ESPIN/
RTR1QYA6 
June 19, 2007 
Soldiers line up at the Jose Marti monument on Revolution Square to pay their last respects to Vilma... 
Havana, Cuba 
Soldiers line up at the Jose Marti monument on Revolution Square to pay their last respects to Vilma... 
Soldiers line up at the Jose Marti monument on Revolution Square to pay their last respects to Vilma Espin, wife of Cuba's acting President Raul Castro, in Havana June 19, 2007. Espin, sister-in-law of convalescing Cuban leader Fidel Castro and one of the most powerful women in Cuba's political leadership, died on Monday in Havana. She was 77. REUTERS/Claudia Daut (CUBA) 
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June 19, 2007 
Honor guards stand next to a photograph of Vilma Espin, wife of Cuba's acting President Raul Castro,... 
Havana, Cuba 
Honor guards stand next to a photograph of Vilma Espin, wife of Cuba's acting President Raul Castro,... 
Honor guards stand next to a photograph of Vilma Espin, wife of Cuba's acting President Raul Castro, at the Jose Marti monument in Havana June 19, 2007. Espin, sister-in-law of convalescing Cuban leader Fidel Castro and one of the most powerful women in Cuba's political leadership, died on Monday in Havana. She was 77. REUTERS/Claudia Daut (CUBA) 
CUBA-ESPIN/
RTR1QYA3 
June 19, 2007 
People line up to enter the Jose Marti monument to pay their last respects to Vilma Espin, wife of Cuba's... 
Havana, Cuba 
People line up to enter the Jose Marti monument to pay their last respects to Vilma Espin, wife of Cuba's... 
People line up to enter the Jose Marti monument to pay their last respects to Vilma Espin, wife of Cuba's acting President Raul Castro, in Havana June 19, 2007. Espin, sister-in-law of convalescing Cuban leader Fidel Castro and one of the most powerful women in Cuba's political leadership, died on Monday in Havana. She was 77. REUTERS/Claudia Daut (CUBA) 
CUBA-ESPIN/
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June 19, 2007 
People walk past a photograph of Vilma Espin, wife of Cuba's acting President Raul Castro, while paying... 
Havana, Cuba 
People walk past a photograph of Vilma Espin, wife of Cuba's acting President Raul Castro, while paying... 
People walk past a photograph of Vilma Espin, wife of Cuba's acting President Raul Castro, while paying their last respects at the Jose Marti monument in Havana June 19, 2007. Espin, sister-in-law of convalescing Cuban leader Fidel Castro and one of the most powerful women in Cuba's political leadership, died on Monday in Havana. She was 77. REUTERS/Claudia Daut (CUBA) 
CUBA-ESPIN/
RTR1QY9W 
June 19, 2007 
Military personnel walk past a photograph of Vilma Espin, wife of Cuba's acting President Raul Castro,... 
Havana, Cuba 
Military personnel walk past a photograph of Vilma Espin, wife of Cuba's acting President Raul Castro,... 
Military personnel walk past a photograph of Vilma Espin, wife of Cuba's acting President Raul Castro, while paying their last respects at the Jose Marti monument in Havana June 19, 2007. Espin, sister-in-law of convalescing Cuban leader Fidel Castro and one of the most powerful women in Cuba's political leadership, died on Monday in Havana. She was 77. REUTERS/Claudia Daut (CUBA) 
CUBA-ESPIN/
RTR1QY9S 
June 19, 2007 
People walk past a photograph of Vilma Espin, wife of Cuba's acting President Raul Castro, while paying... 
Havana, Cuba 
People walk past a photograph of Vilma Espin, wife of Cuba's acting President Raul Castro, while paying... 
People walk past a photograph of Vilma Espin, wife of Cuba's acting President Raul Castro, while paying their last respects at the Jose Marti monument in Havana June 19, 2007. Espin, sister-in-law of convalescing Cuban leader Fidel Castro and one of the most powerful women in Cuba's political leadership, died on Monday in Havana. She was 77. REUTERS/Claudia Daut (CUBA) 
CUBA-ESPIN/
RTR1QY9Q 
June 19, 2007 
Honor guards stand next to a photograph of Vilma Espin, wife of Cuba's acting President Raul Castro,... 
Havana, Cuba 
Honor guards stand next to a photograph of Vilma Espin, wife of Cuba's acting President Raul Castro,... 
Honor guards stand next to a photograph of Vilma Espin, wife of Cuba's acting President Raul Castro, at the Jose Marti monument in Havana June 19, 2007. Espin, sister-in-law of convalescing Cuban leader Fidel Castro and one of the most powerful women in Cuba's political leadership, died on Monday in Havana. She was 77. REUTERS/Claudia Daut (CUBA) 
CUBA-ESPIN/
RTR1QY9J 
June 19, 2007 
People walk past a photograph of Vilma Espin, wife of Cuba's acting President Raul Castro, while paying... 
Havana, Cuba 
People walk past a photograph of Vilma Espin, wife of Cuba's acting President Raul Castro, while paying... 
People walk past a photograph of Vilma Espin, wife of Cuba's acting President Raul Castro, while paying their last respects at the Jose Marti monument in Havana June 19, 2007. Espin, sister-in-law of convalescing Cuban leader Fidel Castro and one of the most powerful women in Cuba's political leadership, died on Monday in Havana. She was 77. REUTERS/Claudia Daut (CUBA) 
CUBA-ESPIN/
RTR1QY8Z 
June 19, 2007 
Soldiers line up at the Jose Marti monument on Revolution Square to pay their last respects to Vilma... 
Havana, Cuba 
Soldiers line up at the Jose Marti monument on Revolution Square to pay their last respects to Vilma... 
Soldiers line up at the Jose Marti monument on Revolution Square to pay their last respects to Vilma Espin, wife of Cuba's acting President Raul Castro, in Havana June 19, 2007. Espin, sister-in-law of convalescing Cuban leader Fidel Castro and one of the most powerful women in Cuba's political leadership, died on Monday in Havana. She was 77. REUTERS/Claudia Daut (CUBA) 
CUBA-ESPIN/
RTR1QY8W 
June 19, 2007 
An honor guard stands next to a photograph of Vilma Espin, wife of Cuba's acting President Raul Castro,... 
Havana, Cuba 
An honor guard stands next to a photograph of Vilma Espin, wife of Cuba's acting President Raul Castro,... 
An honor guard stands next to a photograph of Vilma Espin, wife of Cuba's acting President Raul Castro, at the Jose Marti monument in Havana June 19, 2007. Espin, sister-in-law of convalescing Cuban leader Fidel Castro and one of the most powerful women in Cuba's political leadership, died on Monday in Havana. She was 77. REUTERS/Claudia Daut (CUBA) 
CUBA-ESPIN/
RTR1QY8U 
June 19, 2007 
Foreign diplomats bow in front of a photograph of Vilma Espin, wife of Cuba's acting President Raul Castro,... 
Havana, Cuba 
Foreign diplomats bow in front of a photograph of Vilma Espin, wife of Cuba's acting President Raul Castro,... 
Foreign diplomats bow in front of a photograph of Vilma Espin, wife of Cuba's acting President Raul Castro, while paying their last respects at the Jose Marti monument in Havana June 19, 2007. Espin, sister-in-law of convalescing Cuban leader Fidel Castro and one of the most powerful women in Cuba's political leadership, died on Monday in Havana. She was 77. REUTERS/Claudia Daut (CUBA) 
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June 19, 2007 
People pass a photograph of Vilma Espin, wife of Cuba's acting President Raul Castro, while paying their... 
Havana, Cuba 
People pass a photograph of Vilma Espin, wife of Cuba's acting President Raul Castro, while paying their... 
People pass a photograph of Vilma Espin, wife of Cuba's acting President Raul Castro, while paying their last respects at the Jose Marti monument in Havana June 19, 2007. Espin, sister-in-law of convalescing Cuban leader Fidel Castro and one of the most powerful women in Cuba's political leadership, died on Monday in Havana. She was 77. REUTERS/Claudia Daut (CUBA) 
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RTR1QY8Q 
June 19, 2007 
People pass a photograph of Vilma Espin, wife of Cuba's acting President Raul Castro, while paying their... 
Havana, Cuba 
People pass a photograph of Vilma Espin, wife of Cuba's acting President Raul Castro, while paying their... 
People pass a photograph of Vilma Espin, wife of Cuba's acting President Raul Castro, while paying their last respects at the Jose Marti monument in Havana June 19, 2007. Espin, sister-in-law of convalescing Cuban leader Fidel Castro and one of the most powerful women in Cuba's political leadership, died on Monday in Havana. She was 77. REUTERS/Claudia Daut (CUBA) 
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RTR1QY8N 
June 19, 2007 
People pay their last respects to Vilma Espin, wife of Cuba's acting President Raul Castro, at the Jose... 
Havana, Cuba 
People pay their last respects to Vilma Espin, wife of Cuba's acting President Raul Castro, at the Jose... 
People pay their last respects to Vilma Espin, wife of Cuba's acting President Raul Castro, at the Jose Marti monument in Havana June 19, 2007. Espin, sister-in-law of convalescing Cuban leader Fidel Castro and one of the most powerful women in Cuba's political leadership, died on Monday in Havana. She was 77. REUTERS/Claudia Daut (CUBA) 
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June 19, 2007 
Military personnel walk past a photograph of Vilma Espin, wife of Cuba's acting President Raul Castro,... 
Havana, Cuba 
Military personnel walk past a photograph of Vilma Espin, wife of Cuba's acting President Raul Castro,... 
Military personnel walk past a photograph of Vilma Espin, wife of Cuba's acting President Raul Castro, to pay their respects at the Jose Marti monument in Havana June 19, 2007. Espin, sister-in-law of convalescing Cuban leader Fidel Castro and one of the most powerful women in Cuba's political leadership, died on Monday in Havana. She was 77. REUTERS/Claudia Daut (CUBA) 
CUBA-ESPIN/
RTR1QXYZ 
June 19, 2007 
The Cuban flag flies at halfmast in honor of Vilma Espin, wife of Cuba's acting President Raul Castro,... 
Havana, Cuba 
Cuban flag flies at halfmast in honor of Vilma Espin, wife of Cuba's acting President Raul Castro, Havana... 
The Cuban flag flies at halfmast in honor of Vilma Espin, wife of Cuba's acting President Raul Castro, Havana June 19, 2007. Vilma Espin, sister-in-law of convalescing Cuban leader Fidel Castro and one of the most powerful women in Cuba's political leadership, died on Monday in Havana. She was 77. REUTERS/Claudia Daut (CUBA) 
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June 19, 2007 
Elderly women hold a minute's silence as they pay their respects to Vilma Espin, wife of Cuba's acting... 
Havana, Cuba 
Elderly women hold a minute's silence as they pay their respects to Vilma Espin, wife of Cuba's acting... 
Elderly women hold a minute's silence as they pay their respects to Vilma Espin, wife of Cuba's acting President Raul Castro, as the Cuban flag stands at half mast in Havana June 19, 2007. Vilma Espin, sister-in-law of convalescing Cuban leader Fidel Castro and one of the most powerful women in Cuba's political leadership, died on Monday in Havana. She was 77. REUTERS/Claudia Daut (CUBA) 
CUBA-ESPIN/
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June 19, 2007 
Elderly women sing the national anthem as they pay their respects to Vilma Espin, wife of Cuba's acting... 
Havana, Cuba 
Elderly women sing the national anthem as they pay their respects to Vilma Espin, wife of Cuba's acting... 
Elderly women sing the national anthem as they pay their respects to Vilma Espin, wife of Cuba's acting President Raul Castro, as the Cuban flag stands at half mast in Havana June 19, 2007. Vilma Espin, sister-in-law of convalescing Cuban leader Fidel Castro and one of the most powerful women in Cuba's political leadership, died on Monday in Havana. She was 77. REUTERS/Claudia Daut (CUBA) 
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June 19, 2007 
Elderly women applaud as they pay their respects to Vilma Espin, wife of Cuba's acting President Raul... 
Havana, Cuba 
Elderly women applaud as they pay their respects to Vilma Espin, wife of Cuba's acting President Raul... 
Elderly women applaud as they pay their respects to Vilma Espin, wife of Cuba's acting President Raul Castro, as the Cuban flag stands at half mast in Havana June 19, 2007. Vilma Espin, sister-in-law of convalescing Cuban leader Fidel Castro and one of the most powerful women in Cuba's political leadership, died on Monday in Havana. She was 77. REUTERS/Claudia Daut (CUBA) 
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June 19, 2007 
Vilma Espin is assisted by her grandson during a meeting of the National Assembly in Havana in this September... 
Havana, Cuba 
File photo of Espin during National Assembly in Havana 
Vilma Espin is assisted by her grandson during a meeting of the National Assembly in Havana in this September 1, 2005 file photo. Espin, sister-in-law of convalescing Cuban leader Fidel Castro and one of the most powerful woman in Cuba's political leadership, died on June 18, 2007 in Havana. She was 77. REUTERS/Claudia Daut/Files (CUBA) 
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June 19, 2007 
Vilma Espin attends May Day celebrations on Havana's Revolution Square in this file photo from May 1,... 
Havana, Cuba 
File photo of Espin attending May Day celebrations in Havana 
Vilma Espin attends May Day celebrations on Havana's Revolution Square in this file photo from May 1, 2005. Espin, sister-in-law of convalescing Cuban leader Fidel Castro and one of the most powerful woman in Cuba's political leadership, died on June 18, 2007 in Havana. She was 77. REUTERS/Claudia Daut/Files (CUBA) 
CUBA-ESPIN/
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June 19, 2007 
Cuba's President Fidel Castro (L, front) gestures next to his brother Raul (R, front) as Vilma Espin... 
Havana, Cuba 
File photo of Espin attending a meeting of Cuba's National Assembly in Havana 
Cuba's President Fidel Castro (L, front) gestures next to his brother Raul (R, front) as Vilma Espin (L, rear) laughs next to Roberto Fernandez Retamar, president of the Cuban publisher Casa de las Americas, during a meeting of Cuba's National Assembly in Havana in this October 25, 2003 file photo. Espin, sister-in-law of convalescing Cuban leader Fidel Castro and one of the most powerful woman in Cuba's political leadership, died on June 18, 2007 in Havana. She was 77. REUTERS/Stringer/Files (CUBA) 
CUBA-ESPIN/
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June 19, 2007 
Vilma Espin attends a ceremony at Havana's Revolution Palace in this March 12, 2004 file photo. Espin,... 
Havana, Cuba 
File photo of Espin during an event at Havana's Revolution Palace 
Vilma Espin attends a ceremony at Havana's Revolution Palace in this March 12, 2004 file photo. Espin, sister-in-law of convalescing Cuban leader Fidel Castro and one of the most powerful woman in Cuba's political leadership, died on June 18, 2007 in Havana. She was 77. REUTERS/Claudia Daut/Files (CUBA) 
CUBA KATRINA
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September 01, 2005 
Cuban President Castro and members of parliament observe minute of silence for Hurricane Katrina victims... 
Havana, Cuba 
Cuban President Castro and members of parliament observe minute of silence for Hurricane Katrina ... 
Cuban President Castro and members of parliament observe minute of silence for Hurricane Katrina victims in Havana. Cuban President Fidel Castro (front) and members of Cuban parliament Vilma Espin (L, rear), wife of Fidel's brother Raul Castro, and Roberto Fernandez Retamar observe a minute of silence for the victims of Hurricane Katrina during a parliamentary meeting in Havana September 1, 2005. "The news pained and saddened Cubans. In their name we wish to express our profound solidarity with the people of the United States, state and local authorities and the victims of this catastrophe," National Assembly speaker Ricardo Alarcon said. REUTERS/Claudia Daut 
CUBA NATIONAL ASSEMBLY
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October 25, 2003 
Cuba's President Fidel Castro (L) gestures as his brother Raul (R),
minister of defense and designated... 
Havana, Cuba - Republic of 
CUBAN PRESIDENT CASTRO AND BROTHER RAUL DURING NATIONAL ASSEMBLY. 
Cuba's President Fidel Castro (L) gestures as his brother Raul (R),
minister of defense and designated successor, smiles during a one-day
plenary meeting of the National Assembly in Havana, October 25, 2003.
The National Assembly is Cuba's legislature which meets twice a year
for a couple of days. Behind Fidel Castro sits Vilma Espin, wife of
Raul Castro and president of the Federation of Cuban Women and Roberto
Fernandez Retamar, president of the Cuban publisher Casa de las
Americas. PICTURE TAKEN OCTOBER 25

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CASTRO
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August 03, 2001 
Cuban President Fidel Castro (L) and his brother Raul Castro, who is the No. 2 in the island's political... 
Havana, Cuba 
Cuban President Fidel Castro (L) and his brother Raul Castro, who is the No. 2 in the island's polit..... 
Cuban President Fidel Castro (L) and his brother Raul Castro, who is the No. 2 in the island's political hierarchy, stand together during an Aug 3 session of the National Assembly legislature. The parliament, which always backs Castro, [condemned U.S. President George W. Bush's] "cruel" policies on Cuba, and called for the release of five Cuban agents jailed in Miami on spy-related charges. Behind the Castros is Vilma Espin, wife of Raul Castro and president of the Cuban Women's Federation. 
CUBA ASSAMBLEA
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August 03, 2001 
Cuban President Fidel Castro (L) and his brother Raul Castro, who is
the No. 2 in the island's political... 
Havana, Cuba - Republic of 
CASTRO BROTHERS AT CUBAN PARLIAMENT. 
Cuban President Fidel Castro (L) and his brother Raul Castro, who is
the No. 2 in the island's political hierarchy, stand together during an
Aug 3 session of the National Assembly legislature. The parliament,
which always backs Castro, condemned U.S. President George W. Bush's
"cruel" policies on Cuba, and called for the release of five Cuban
agents jailed in Miami on spy-related charges. Behind the Castros is
Vilma Espin, wife of Raul Castro and president of the Cuban Women's
Federation.

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CUBA ELIAN
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June 02, 2000 
Thousands of Cuban mothers and grandmothers march in front of the U.S. Interests office in Havana June... 
Havana, Cuba 
CUBAN MOTHERS MARCH FOR ELIANS RETURN FROM USA. 
Thousands of Cuban mothers and grandmothers march in front of the U.S. Interests office in Havana June 2, continuing their protests to demand the return of shipwrecked boy Elian Gonzalez. At center is Vilma Espin, President of the Cuban Federation of Women, flanked by the boy's grandmothers, Mariela Quintana (L) and Raquel Rodriguez (R).

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CUBA ELIAN
RTR4X5B 
June 02, 2000 
Thousands of Cuban mothers and grandmothers march in front of the U.S. Interests office in Havana June... 
Havana, Cuba 
CUBAN MOTHERS MARCH IN FRONT OF US INTERESTS OFFICE IN HAVANA. 
Thousands of Cuban mothers and grandmothers march in front of the U.S. Interests office in Havana June 2, continuing their protests to demand the return of shipwrecked boy Elian Gonzalez. At center is Vilma Espin, President of the Cuban Federation of Women, flanked by the boy's grandmothers, Mariela Quintana (L) and Raquel Rodriguez (R).

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CUBA ELIAN
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February 21, 2000 
Raul Castro's wife, Vilma Espin (C) waves a flag as she as she leads a march by thousands of Cubans along... 
Havana, Cuba 
RAUL CASTRO'S WIFE VILMA LEADS MARCH TO DEMAND RETURN OF YOUNG RAFTER ELIAN GONZALEZ. 
Raul Castro's wife, Vilma Espin (C) waves a flag as she as she leads a march by thousands of Cubans along Havana's famed seafront Malecon promenade February 21. Thousands marched past the U.S. interest section in Havana to demand the return of six year old Elian Gonzalez who has been the centre of an international custody battle since he was rescued off the Florida coast last year. The march was also called in protest at the expulsion of an alleged spy from the Cuban embassy in Washington.

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CUBA USA GRANDMOTHERS
RTRHF5 
January 20, 2000 
FILE PHOTO 14JAN00 - Maria de la Quintana (L) and Raquel Rodriguez (R), grandmothers of Elian Gonzalez,... 
Havana, USA 
FILE PHOTO OF ELIAN GRANDMOTHERS AS THEY MARCH IN HAVANA. 
FILE PHOTO 14JAN00 - Maria de la Quintana (L) and Raquel Rodriguez (R), grandmothers of Elian Gonzalez, are escorted by Fidel Castro's sister-in-law Vilma Espin in this January 14 file photo. The U.S. visas for the two grandmothers, Raquel Rodriguez and Mariela Garcia, were granted after they were requested by the office of Ricardo Alarcon, the president of Cuba's National Assembly and the Cuban government's main negotiator with the United States. A plane chartered by Dr Joan Brown Campbell, the former general secretary of the New York-based National Council of Churches, was expected to arrive in Havana later on Thursday.

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CUBA BOY USA
RTRBJ5 
January 14, 2000 
Maria de la Quintana (L) and Raquel Rodriguez (3rd-L), grandmothers of shipwrecked boy Elian Gonzalez,... 
Havana, Cuba 
CUBAN MOTHERS MARCH PAST US INTERESTS SECTION IN HAVANA. 
Maria de la Quintana (L) and Raquel Rodriguez (3rd-L), grandmothers of shipwrecked boy Elian Gonzalez, are escorted by Fidel Castro's sister-in-law Vilma Espin (2nd-L) and Elian's father's wife, Nelsy Carmenate (R), as they march past the U.S. Interests Section in Havana, during the "March of Combatant Mothers" to demand the repatriation of 6-year-old Elian. U.S. Attorney General Janet Reno appealed yesterday for Elian to be returned to his father in accordance with last week's Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) decision.

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CUBA CASTRO ASSEMBLY
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September 13, 1999 
Cuban president Fidel Castro and Cuban Women Federation President Vilma Espin participate in a session... 
Havana, Cuba 
NATIONAL ASSEMBLY. 
Cuban president Fidel Castro and Cuban Women Federation President Vilma Espin participate in a session September 13 of the National Assembly legislature which issused a vitriolic condemnation of the U.S. economic embargo.

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CUBA JUDICIAL USA
RTRQDQM 
July 05, 1999 
A Cuban court July 5 begins hearing witnesses in a $181 billion compensation claim brought by Cuba against... 
Havana, Cuba 
CUBAN COURT CASE AGAINST THE US BEGINS. 
A Cuban court July 5 begins hearing witnesses in a $181 billion compensation claim brought by Cuba against the U.S. government for deaths and injuries allegedly caused by four decades of U.S. hostility against the communist-ruled island. The hearing was held in the Palace of the Revolution, the seat of Cuba's government. Vilma Espin, (second from right) the wife of Raul Castro, Defence Minister and brother of president Fidel Castro, was part of the audience in the courtroom.

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