Adios Bush, Castros Still Lead Cuba

HAVANA TIMES, Jan. 19 — George W. Bush goes down in history on Tuesday as the 10th US president that unsuccessfully tried to bring an end to the 1959 Cuban Revolution. Fidel Castro, the chief target of presidents Eisenhower, Kennedy, Johnson, Nixon, Ford, Carter, Reagan, Bush Sr, Clinton and Bush Jr., managed to steer his country through the most turbulent waters in the face of such powerful detractors in Washington. Fidel stepped down last February and his brother Raul is about to conclude the first year of his presidency.

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Mural in Trinidad, Cuba.  By Eileen Lavin (USA).  Camera: Samsung SM-A105M

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