A child holds an image of Fidel Castro during a lull in a caravan tribute marking the 56th anniversary of the original street party that greeted a triumphant Castro and his rebel army, in Regla, Cuba, Thursday, Jan. 8, 2015. Castro and his rebels arrived in Havana via caravan on the first week of January 1959, after toppling dictator Fulgencio Batista. The revolutionary leader and former president has not spoken publicly on the historic Dec. 17th US-Cuba detente.
A child holds an image of Fidel Castro during a lull in a caravan tribute marking the 56th anniversary of the original street party that greeted a triumphant Castro and his rebel army, in Regla, Cuba, Thursday, Jan. 8, 2015. Castro and his rebels arrived in Havana via caravan on the first week of January 1959, after toppling dictator Fulgencio Batista. The revolutionary leader and former president has not spoken publicly on the historic Dec. 17th US-Cuba detente. Ramon Espinosa AP
A child holds an image of Fidel Castro during a lull in a caravan tribute marking the 56th anniversary of the original street party that greeted a triumphant Castro and his rebel army, in Regla, Cuba, Thursday, Jan. 8, 2015. Castro and his rebels arrived in Havana via caravan on the first week of January 1959, after toppling dictator Fulgencio Batista. The revolutionary leader and former president has not spoken publicly on the historic Dec. 17th US-Cuba detente. Ramon Espinosa AP

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