Cubans mark first anniversary of Fidel Castro's death

Cubans mark the first anniversary of the death of their revolutionary leader.

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    Cubans mark the first anniversary of the death of their revolutionary leader.

    Fidel Castro built the communist state on America's doorstep half a century ago.

    And in three months, his brother and successor, Raul, steps down.

    Al Jazeera's Lucia Newman reports from Havana.


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