Ramón Castro (right) visits the tomb of mother, Lina Ruz, in 2003, with his sisters Agustina and Ángela in his family house in Birán, Holguín.
Ramón Castro (right) visits the tomb of mother, Lina Ruz, in 2003, with his sisters Agustina and Ángela in his family house in Birán, Holguín. AFP AFP/Getty Images
Ramón Castro (right) visits the tomb of mother, Lina Ruz, in 2003, with his sisters Agustina and Ángela in his family house in Birán, Holguín. AFP AFP/Getty Images

Youngest Castro sibling dies in Cuba

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