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Fidel Castro retires as President
Ailing Cuban leader Fidel Castro has said that he will not return to lead the country as president or commander-in-chief, retiring as head of state 49 years after he seized power in an armed revolution.

Castro, 81, who has not appeared in public for almost 19 months after undergoing stomach surgery, said in a message to the communist nation that he would not seek a new presidential term when the National Assembly meets on February 24.

26 Feb 2008 by admin

Catro's letter
After 49 years in power, the Cuban leader, Fidel Castro, has announced he is stepping down. In a message published in the on-line version of the state newspaper, Granma, Mr Castro said he would not accept another term as president and commander-in-chief of the armed forces when the new Cuban parliament meets on Sunday.

19 Feb 2008 by admin

Cuba's Castro not healthy enough to campaign for elections
Fidel Castro said Wednesday he is not ready physically to speak to Cuba's masses in person and will not campaign for Sunday's parliamentary elections.

"I am not physically able to speak directly to the citizens of the municipality where I was nominated for our elections next Sunday," the ailing 81-year-old wrote in an essay published Wednesday by state news media.

19 Jan 2008 by admin

Brother says Castro getting stronger
Fidel Castro remains on the mend, gaining weight, exercising twice a day and continuing to help make the Cuban government's top decisions, his brother Raúl Castro says. The island's acting president gave the first clues about his brother's health in weeks, saying during a Monday speech that he has a "healthier mentality, full use of his mental faculties with some small physical limitations."

26 Dec 2007 by admin

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