In this photo provided by the Bolivian Information Agency (ABI), Cuba's Fidel Castro, right, Bolivia's President Evo Morales, center, and Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro sit inside a van after Maduro and Castro picked up Morales at his hotel in Havana, Cuba, Thursday, Aug. 13 2015. Morales and Maduro were in Cuba to celebrate Castro's 89th birthday.
In this photo provided by the Bolivian Information Agency (ABI), Cuba's Fidel Castro, right, Bolivia's President Evo Morales, center, and Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro sit inside a van after Maduro and Castro picked up Morales at his hotel in Havana, Cuba, Thursday, Aug. 13 2015. Morales and Maduro were in Cuba to celebrate Castro's 89th birthday. Ivan Maldonado AP
In this photo provided by the Bolivian Information Agency (ABI), Cuba's Fidel Castro, right, Bolivia's President Evo Morales, center, and Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro sit inside a van after Maduro and Castro picked up Morales at his hotel in Havana, Cuba, Thursday, Aug. 13 2015. Morales and Maduro were in Cuba to celebrate Castro's 89th birthday. Ivan Maldonado AP

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