Cuba marks revolution with military parade, tribute to Fidel Castro
Cuba has paid tribute to its late leader, Fidel Castro, with a military parade. The event, which takes place every five years, marked the 58th anniversary of the revolution that brought him to power.
Tens of thousands of soldiers, militia members, students and workers marched at Revolution Square in Havana on Monday to mark 58 years since the Cuban Revolution.
The annual parade was held just over a month since Fidel Castro - who led the July 26th Movement - died at the age of 90.
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