Juanita Castro, exiled sister of Fidel Castro, attends a patriotic event at the Florida City camp, home to Cuban boys from Operation Pedro Pan in this file photo.
Juanita Castro, exiled sister of Fidel Castro, attends a patriotic event at the Florida City camp, home to Cuban boys from Operation Pedro Pan in this file photo. Operation Pedro Pan Archives Courtesy of Barry University
Juanita Castro, exiled sister of Fidel Castro, attends a patriotic event at the Florida City camp, home to Cuban boys from Operation Pedro Pan in this file photo. Operation Pedro Pan Archives Courtesy of Barry University

Fidel Castro’s sister: Sorrow over death, but commitment to exiles

November 26, 2016 01:53 PM

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