He once posed as Fidel Castro.
Tens of thousands of Cubans held up portraits of Fidel Castro and waved flags as they marched to the revolutionary leader's tomb on Monday to mark a year since his funeral. State television said 250,000 schoolchildren, students and workers...Show More Summary
HAVANA (Reuters) - Armando Hart, who headed the Cuban revolution’s literacy campaign and served for decades as education and then culture minister under Fidel Castro, died on Sunday from respiratory failure at age 87, Cuban state media reported.
On the night Fidel Castro died, Danilo Maldonado Machado went for a walk in downtown Havana.
With little fanfare, Cuba on Saturday commemorated the first anniversary of the death of revolutionary leader Fidel Castro as it prepares to move into the post-Castro era. Since his death at the age of 90 on November 25 last year, Castro's wishes have been respected. Show More Summary
On November 25, 2016, a somber Raúl Castro announced on Cuban state television the passing of his brother, Fidel, who ruled Cuba for nearly 50 years. Today, many of Fidel’s followers describe his demise as a “transition to immortality.”...
A year after Fidel’s death, some wonder whether Raúl Castro is willing to leave power on February 24, 2018—as he promised in 2013.
The comandante produced ideological fantasies on a mass scale within the context of the Cold War which led to an exotic, sexy, and happy vision of Cuba.
HAVANA (Reuters) - Cuba marks the first anniversary of the death of revolutionary leader Fidel Castro on Saturday with a week of vigils nationwide, as the island embarks on a political cycle that will end 60 years of the Castro brothers' rule.
Cuba commemorates the first anniversary of the death of revolutionary father Fidel Castro on Saturday as it looks ahead to the post-Castro era. Ceremonies marking the anniversary are scheduled across the Caribbean island. President Raul Castro will lead a ceremony in the southeastern city of Santiago de Cuba, where his brother's ashes are interred. Show More Summary
The poisonous pen is one of the dozens of elaborate plans the CIA had to assassinate Fidel Castro.
At least one top U.S. official was convinced former Cuban dictator Fidel Castro orchestrated the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, according to the latest trove of declassified documents released Friday by the National Archives and Records Administration related to Kennedy’s death....
At least one top U.S. official was convinced former Cuban dictator Fidel Castro orchestrated the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, according to the latest trove of declassified documents released Friday by the National Archives and Records Administration related to Kennedy’s death.
Clarifying that any information of people who are still alive will remain anonymous, the President of the United States, Donald Trump, announced that he would reveal more than two thousand files related to the investigation of the assassination of President John F....
Documents from the JFK assassination files unsealed last week show the Pentagon planned to use 261,000 troops to invade Cuba and oust Fidel Castro.
Details of the schemes to kill the Cuban leader were contained in a secret 1975 report.
This may be the most shocking news in the JFK assassination files. Perhaps the craziest revelation from the fairly limited collection of documents from the JFK assassination files release this week is the news that in 1962 the CIA seriously...Show More Summary
The US hatched strange and spectacular plots to kill Fidel Castro, according to never before seen files. The JFK files – many of the most important of which appear to have been held back – have not provided a smoking gun in the killing of the president, or shed more light on how that assassination was able to happen.
President Trump approved the release of approximately 2800 long-classified JFK assassination records Thursday evening. News outlets from around the globe are furiously combing through the files in search of more pieces to the puzzling death of President John F. Show More Summary
Some of the newly released documents related to President John F. Kennedy’s assassination reveal shocking details about plans developed by the United States government to depose the late Cuban dictator Fidel Castro. As Miami New Times reports, a set of documents related to Operation Mongoose...