In this March 26, 2008, file photo, Ramón Castro, left, the elder brother of Cuba's Fidel Castro, speaks with journalists as cattleman John Parke Wright IV, of Florida, listens during the 13th Boyeros Cattleman's Fair in Havana, Cuba. Castro, a lifelong rancher and farmer, died Tuesday at age 91.
In this March 26, 2008, file photo, Ramón Castro, left, the elder brother of Cuba's Fidel Castro, speaks with journalists as cattleman John Parke Wright IV, of Florida, listens during the 13th Boyeros Cattleman's Fair in Havana, Cuba. Castro, a lifelong rancher and farmer, died Tuesday at age 91. Javier Galeano AP
In this March 26, 2008, file photo, Ramón Castro, left, the elder brother of Cuba's Fidel Castro, speaks with journalists as cattleman John Parke Wright IV, of Florida, listens during the 13th Boyeros Cattleman's Fair in Havana, Cuba. Castro, a lifelong rancher and farmer, died Tuesday at age 91. Javier Galeano AP

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