Cuban President Raul Castro (L) gestures next to first vice-president Miguel Diaz-Canel (R) at the end of the Parliament Annual Session, on December 20, 2014 in Havana.
Cuban President Raul Castro (L) gestures next to first vice-president Miguel Diaz-Canel (R) at the end of the Parliament Annual Session, on December 20, 2014 in Havana. ADALBERTO ROQUE AFP/Getty Images
Cuban President Raul Castro (L) gestures next to first vice-president Miguel Diaz-Canel (R) at the end of the Parliament Annual Session, on December 20, 2014 in Havana. ADALBERTO ROQUE AFP/Getty Images

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