Apparently, this is a serious article and not an Onion-type parody. After graduating from law school, Castro became well known for hating American influence in Cuba. He met Che Guevara in Mexico and planned a guerilla invasion of Cuba. The duo … Continued
Raul Castro was one of the most highly anticipated speakers at this year’s UN General Assembly. Not only was it the 84-year-old Cuban president’s first address to the body since taking over from his brother Fidel in 2008 and his first...Show More Summary
Pope Francis has continually weighed-in and condemned capitalism as he has helped coddle Communist despots like Fidel Castro. Now, a prominent priest has criticized the head of the Catholic Church
Racing was banned in Cuba when Fidel Castro’s fighters took control of the country and the sport was labeled as elitist. More than half a century later a group of enthusiasts in race cars made from recycled ‘50s American iron are fighting...Show More Summary
Before he arrived here, the Pope was in Cuba and, frankly, disgraced himself by effectively giving dissidents the back of his hand. Here was the Washington Post the other day: Pope Francis met with 89-year-old Fidel Castro, who holds no office in Cuba, but not with any members of the dissident community — in or outside of prison. Show More Summary
Fidel Castro Welcomes U.S. Businesses... 2:40 The former president of Cuba, Fidel Castro, comes out of hiding to help usher in a new era of commerce for his nation. Submitted by: Funny Or Die Regular Keywords: cuba fidel castro united states businesses lol haha very very funny Views: 9
(RNS) Pope Francis met with aging revolutionary Communist Fidel Castro on Sunday (Sept. 20) in Castro’s Havana home, where they chatted “informally” about “protecting the environment and the great problems of the contemporary world,”...Show More Summary
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This weekend, Pope Francis made a historic visit to Cuba, where he met with President Raul Castro, as well as Fidel Castro and held an outdoor mass attended by tens of thousands in Havana. Despite the fact that believers of faith were...Show More Summary
If you haven’t been following Fidel Castro’s odd post-presidency, you might have been surprised to see the former Cuban leader wearing a blue Adidas tracksuit in his meeting with Pope Francis on Sunday. You shouldn’t be. Since his retirement,...Show More Summary
Good Morning America journalist Terry Moran on Monday hailed Pope Francis’s “unforgettable” meeting with the “revolutionary” Fidel Castro. Moran also skimped on coverage of protesters who spoke out. The reporter gushed, “An unforgettable moment: The Pope meets with Fidel Castro, the 89-year-old revolutionary and a Pope who is shaking up the world, too.”
Pope Francis met with Cuba’s former leader, Fidel Castro, on Sunday after warning believers against the dangers of ideology in a mass which drew thousands to Havana’s Revolution Square. The meeting between Argentine-born Pope Francis,...Show More Summary
Pope Francis flies to eastern Cuba on Monday for the next leg of his pilgrimage after having met with both Raul and Fidel Castro but missing out on an encounter with Cuban dissidents.
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HAVANA (Reuters) - Pope Francis met Cuba's revolutionary leader Fidel Castro on Sunday, hours after warning Cubans to beware the dangers of ideology and the lure of selfishness as their country enters a new era of closer ties with the United States.
Pope Francis met with Fidel Castro on Sunday after urging thousands of Cubans to serve one another and not an ideology...
The pontiff talked about the environment with Fidel, warned Cubans to approach their open future carefully, and lamented crying nuns
Wearing a white button-down shirt and an Adidas track jacket, Cuba's leftist icon and former leader, Fidel Castro, shook the hand of Pope Francis, the first pope from Latin America in Castro's home in Havana, Cuba. The 40 minute meeting...Show More Summary
Two days before he visits the United States, the pope swung by Cuba and had an historic meeting with Fidel Castro
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