Chat with us in Facebook Messenger. Find out what's happening in the world as it unfolds.

Cuban President Fidel Castro delivers a speech during a public gathering in Havana, 20 May 2005. Cuban dissidents launched a bold first pro-democracy conference tpday, defying communist President Castro, whose government expelled 13 would-be observers from Europe. Castro, 78, has slammed the meeting, charging the so-called National Congress - the first of its kind aimed at launching democratic transition plans - is funded by the United States.    AFP PHOTO/Adalberto ROQUE (Photo credit should read ADALBERTO ROQUE/AFP/Getty Images)
Cuban President Fidel Castro delivers a speech during a public gathering in Havana, 20 May 2005. Cuban dissidents launched a bold first pro-democracy conference tpday, defying communist President Castro, whose government expelled 13 would-be observers from Europe. Castro, 78, has slammed the meeting, charging the so-called National Congress - the first of its kind aimed at launching democratic transition plans - is funded by the United States.    AFP PHOTO/Adalberto ROQUE (Photo credit should read ADALBERTO ROQUE/AFP/Getty Images)

    JUST WATCHED

    Así anunció Raúl Castro la muerte de Fidel

MUST WATCH

Así anunció Raúl Castro la muerte de Fidel

"A las 10:29 horas de la noche falleció el comandante en jefe de la revolución cubana Fidel Castro Ruz", dijo el mandatario Raúl Castro en una transmisión de Cubavisión y anunció que sus restos serán cremados.

Así anunció Raúl Castro la muerte de Fidel

"A las 10:29 horas de la noche falleció el comandante en jefe de la revolución cubana Fidel Castro Ruz", dijo el mandatario Raúl Castro en una transmisión de Cubavisión y anunció que sus restos serán cremados.