Michael Weissenstein

Associated Press

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Michael Weissenstein is Havana Bureau Chief for Associated Press.

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Hundreds of thousands of Cubans are turning out  as the late Fidel Castro's remains are paraded across the island nation before Sunday's funeral.

The US and "Communist Cuba" are saying goodbye to Fidel

Hundreds of thousands of Cubans are turning out as the late Fidel Castro's remains are paraded across the island nation before Sunday's funeral.

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