Castro's Health and Cuba's Future The announcement that Fidel Castro will officially leave the office of Cuba's presidency comes after months of illness and a partial transfer of power to his brother, Raul. Now, many questions focus on the political future of the island nation.
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Castro's Health and Cuba's Future

Fidel Castro's move to leave the office of Cuba's presidency comes after months of illness.

A Closer Look at Raul Castro

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Castro's Brother Picked as Cuba's President

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Cuban Exile Ponders Life After Castro

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Will Castro's Resignation Bring a More Democratic Cuba?

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Death Won't Kill Castro's Influence in Cuba

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Tom Gjelten reports on 'All Things Considered'

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