Wednesday, September 28, 2016
  • Monday, Nov. 23, 2009
Cuba Film Institute Founder Looks Back on 50 years
  • HAVANA (AP)
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Fidel Castro was 32 and building his new government on the fly.
    He nationalized Cuba's U.S.-run telephone company, tapped Che Guevara as head of the National Bank and claimed he was no communist to every interviewer -- later maintaining he hid his true political convictions to keep from...

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