HAVANA — Cuba celebrated the 60th anniversary of the onset of its revolution Friday, with the aging Communist leader who took part in the initia...
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In a moment that must have been the end, Raul Castro left without having directed a single word to the crowd. He rose from his chair and walked away, followed closely by a loyal bodyguard.
On July 26, "National Rebellion Day" in Cuba, Raul Castro didn't take the podium, nor was the speech addressed to a nation waiting for a program of changes.
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