President Raul Castro predicted Cuba’s revolution will survive another half-century as the communist government marked the 50th anniversary of its triumph amid fears of economic hardship following three devastating hurricanes.
HAVANA – Fifty years after triumphant armed rebels descended from the eastern mountains, communist Cuba celebrated the revolution’s anniversary Thursday with toned-down festivities after a trio of devastating hurricanes and under the enduring public absence of an ailing Fidel Castro.
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