Cuba set for post-Castro era

Cubans are set for a post-Castro era as they mark the first anniversary of the death of their revolutionary leader Fidel Castro, who built the communist state half a century ago.

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    Cubans are set for a post-Castro era as they mark the first anniversary of the death of their revolutionary leader Fidel Castro, who built the communist state half a century ago.

    His brother and successor Raul will step down in three months, raising questions over what will become of the Cuban revolution with no Castro at the helm.

    Al Jazeera's Lucia Newman reports from Havana.


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