In this file photo, former Cuban leader Fidel Castro waves a Cuban flag while the Rev. Lucius Walker, right, sings during a protest in front of the former U.S Interests Section's building in Havana, Cuba.
In this file photo, former Cuban leader Fidel Castro waves a Cuban flag while the Rev. Lucius Walker, right, sings during a protest in front of the former U.S Interests Section's building in Havana, Cuba. JOSE GOITIA AP
In this file photo, former Cuban leader Fidel Castro waves a Cuban flag while the Rev. Lucius Walker, right, sings during a protest in front of the former U.S Interests Section's building in Havana, Cuba. JOSE GOITIA AP

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