The legacy of Cuba's revolutionary hero Che Guevara

Che Guevara is the Argentine-born doctor who became an iconic figure after playing a key role in Fidel Castro’s revolution in Cuba, where his image adorns t-shirts and mugs, as well as buildings.

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    Che Guevara is the Argentine-born doctor who became an iconic figure after playing a key role in Fidel Castro's revolution in Cuba, where his image adorns t-shirts and mugs, as well as buildings.

    Cubans are marking the 50th anniversary of Guevara's death.

    Al Jazeera's Lucia Newman reports from Havana on the legacy of the man who helped turn Cuba into a socialist state.


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