Castro


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Cuban socialist leader who overthrew a dictator in 1959 and established a Marxist socialist state in Cuba (born in 1927)

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tattoos, including a female face and male clown face on his left arm, a naked female on his right arm, "Eddie Castro Jr.
Born in San Jose, California, in 1955, Castro first picked up a guitar at age 10.
The following day, Castro invited Goldberg to the Havana Aquarium for a dolphin show, and seemed to have some fun at the reporter's expense by inviting him to ask questions - about dolphins.
Three years after warning that the United States was about to attack Iran, former Cuban President Fidel Castro warned last Monday that America might soon attack Iran.
As first vice president of Cuba's Council of State, Raul Castro was his brother's constitutionally designated successor and appears to be a formality for the presidential post when the council meets on Sunday.
housing secretary who made waves in May by saying Castro is Clinton's sole option for running mate.
The US squeezed Cuba's economy and the CIA plotted to kill Castro.
Castro charged the West with "cynicism", which is a symbol of imperialism, according to the English version carried in the (http://www.
After Castro left the area, a Turk and two Cubans, who were reportedly his bodyguards, punched and threatened the Doy-an photographers, attempting to take their cameras.
I am very pleased with how our new office turned out and the excellent location in Old Town Alexandria," said Thomas Castro, CPA, Founder of Castro & Company.
Sanchez, who was part of Castro's praetorian guard for 17 years, has claimed that contrary to the sacrifices he demanded of Cubans, Castro never renounced capitalist comforts or chosen to live in austerity.
A"I neither will aspire to nor will I accept - I repeat - I neither will aspire to nor will I accept, the position of president of the Council of State and commander-in-chief,A" Castro wrote, almost 19 months after undergoing intestinal surgery and handing power temporarily to his brother Raul Castro.
During a large weather event, SDDC may hear from 400 recruits in one night, Castro said.
Eight hundred Frenchmen can't be wrong," Lesvia Castro exclaims with a hearty laugh as she applies this saying to the many friends and relatives who enjoy her homemade sangria.
Sites: 575 Castro, once Castro Camera, the shop and residence of the late Harvey Milk and partner Scott Smith; the legendary Castro Theatre; 482 Castro (now Walgreen's), the address of a succession of gay bars, notably Toad Hall, which opened in 1971, rocking the scene at the time with its innovative use of tape cassettes instead of records.