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  •  - Cuban soldiers march during a military parade for the 50th anniversaries of the U.S.-backed Bay of Pigs invasion and the declaration of Cuban socialism in Havana

    Cuban soldiers march during a military parade for the 50th anniversaries of the U.S.-backed Bay of Pigs invasion and the declaration of Cuban socialism in Havana

    Posted: 4/16/2011 1:19:40 PM EST
    Cuban soldiers march during a military parade for the 50th anniversaries of the U.S.-backed Bay of Pigs invasion and the declaration of Cuban socialism in Havana April 16, 2011. Cuba readied for a Communist Party congress about its future with a tribute to the past on Saturday, staging a military parade for the 50th anniversaries of the U.S.-backed Bay of Pigs invasion and the declaration of Cuban socialism. Troops marched through Havana and fighter jets roared across the sky to mark the two watershed events that will be followed by another later in the day when the ruling Communists begin a four-day congress. REUTERS/Enrique De La Osa (CUBA - Tags: POLITICS ANNIVERSARY MILITARY)
  •  - Cuba's president Raul Castro salutes during a military parade for the 50th anniversaries of the U.S.-backed Bay of Pigs invasion and the declaration of Cuban socialism in Havana

    Cuba's president Raul Castro salutes during a military parade for the 50th anniversaries of the U.S.-backed Bay of Pigs invasion and the declaration of Cuban socialism in Havana

    Posted: 4/16/2011 1:18:31 PM EST
    Cuba's president Raul Castro salutes during a military parade for the 50th anniversaries of the U.S.-backed Bay of Pigs invasion and the declaration of Cuban socialism in Havana April 16, 2011. Cuba readied for a Communist Party congress about its future with a tribute to the past on Saturday, staging a military parade for the 50th anniversaries of the U.S.-backed Bay of Pigs invasion and the declaration of Cuban socialism. Troops marched through Havana and fighter jets roared across the sky to mark the two watershed events that will be followed by another later in the day when the ruling Communists begin a four-day congress. REUTERS/Enrique De La Osa (CUBA - Tags: POLITICS ANNIVERSARY)
  •  - A youth holds a picture of Cuban former president Fidel Castro during a military parade for the 50th anniversaries of the U.S.-backed Bay of Pigs invasion and the declaration of Cuban socialism in

    A youth holds a picture of Cuban former president Fidel Castro during a military parade for the 50th anniversaries of the U.S.-backed Bay of Pigs invasion and the declaration of Cuban socialism in

    Posted: 4/16/2011 12:53:27 PM EST
    A youth holds a picture of Cuban former president Fidel Castro during a military parade for the 50th anniversaries of the U.S.-backed Bay of Pigs invasion and the declaration of Cuban socialism in Havana April 16, 2011. Cuba readied for a Communist Party congress about its future with a tribute to the past on Saturday, staging a military parade for the 50th anniversaries of the U.S.-backed Bay of Pigs invasion and the declaration of Cuban socialism. Troops marched through Havana and fighter jets roared across the sky to mark the two watershed events that will be followed by another later in the day when the ruling Communists begin a four-day congress. REUTERS/Enrique De La Osa (CUBA - Tags: POLITICS IMAGES OF THE DAY ANNIVERSARY)
  •  - A replica of the yacht Granma is displayed during a military parade for the 50th anniversaries of the U.S.-backed Bay of Pigs invasion and the declaration of Cuban socialism in Havana

    A replica of the yacht Granma is displayed during a military parade for the 50th anniversaries of the U.S.-backed Bay of Pigs invasion and the declaration of Cuban socialism in Havana

    Posted: 4/16/2011 12:51:53 PM EST
    A replica of the yacht Granma is displayed during a military parade for the 50th anniversaries of the U.S.-backed Bay of Pigs invasion and the declaration of Cuban socialism in Havana April 16, 2011. Cuba readied for a Communist Party congress about its future with a tribute to the past on Saturday, staging a military parade for the 50th anniversaries of the U.S.-backed Bay of Pigs invasion and the declaration of Cuban socialism. Troops marched through Havana and fighter jets roared across the sky to mark the two watershed events that will be followed by another later in the day when the ruling Communists begin a four-day congress. REUTERS/Enrique De La Osa (CUBA - Tags: POLITICS ANNIVERSARY MILITARY)
  •  - Soldiers march during a military parade for the 50th anniversaries of the U.S.-backed Bay of Pigs invasion and the declaration of Cuban socialism in Havana

    Soldiers march during a military parade for the 50th anniversaries of the U.S.-backed Bay of Pigs invasion and the declaration of Cuban socialism in Havana

    Posted: 4/16/2011 12:50:38 PM EST
    Soldiers march during a military parade for the 50th anniversaries of the U.S.-backed Bay of Pigs invasion and the declaration of Cuban socialism in Havana April 16, 2011. Cuba readied for a Communist Party congress about its future with a tribute to the past on Saturday, staging a military parade for the 50th anniversaries of the U.S.-backed Bay of Pigs invasion and the declaration of Cuban socialism. Troops marched through Havana and fighter jets roared across the sky to mark the two watershed events that will be followed by another later in the day when the ruling Communists begin a four-day congress. The banner reads "Motherland or death: we will win." REUTERS/Enrique De La Osa(CUBA - Tags: POLITICS ANNIVERSARY)
  •  - Military vehicles drive during a military parade for the 50th anniversaries of the U.S.-backed Bay of Pigs invasion and the declaration of Cuban socialism in Havana

    Military vehicles drive during a military parade for the 50th anniversaries of the U.S.-backed Bay of Pigs invasion and the declaration of Cuban socialism in Havana

    Posted: 4/16/2011 12:47:49 PM EST
    Military vehicles drive during a military parade for the 50th anniversaries of the U.S.-backed Bay of Pigs invasion and the declaration of Cuban socialism in Havana April 16, 2011. Cuba readied for a Communist Party congress about its future with a tribute to the past on Saturday, staging a military parade for the 50th anniversaries of the U.S.-backed Bay of Pigs invasion and the declaration of Cuban socialism. Troops marched through Havana and fighter jets roared across the sky to mark the two watershed events that will be followed by another later in the day when the ruling Communists begin a four-day congress. REUTERS/Enrique De La Osa (CUBA - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY ANNIVERSARY)
  •  - People wave a Cuban flag during a military parade for the 50th anniversaries of the U.S.-backed Bay of Pigs invasion and the declaration of Cuban socialism in Havana

    People wave a Cuban flag during a military parade for the 50th anniversaries of the U.S.-backed Bay of Pigs invasion and the declaration of Cuban socialism in Havana

    Posted: 4/16/2011 12:46:20 PM EST
    People wave a Cuban flag during a military parade for the 50th anniversaries of the U.S.-backed Bay of Pigs invasion and the declaration of Cuban socialism in Havana April 16, 2011. Cuba readied for a Communist Party congress about its future with a tribute to the past on Saturday, staging a military parade for the 50th anniversaries of the U.S.-backed Bay of Pigs invasion and the declaration of Cuban socialism. Troops marched through Havana and fighter jets roared across the sky to mark the two watershed events that will be followed by another later in the day when the ruling Communists begin a four-day congress. REUTERS/Enrique De La Osa (CUBA - Tags: POLITICS ANNIVERSARY)
  •  - Henry Ramos Allup, leader of the opposition party AD speaks during an interview with Reuters at the party's headquarters in Caracas

    Henry Ramos Allup, leader of the opposition party AD speaks during an interview with Reuters at the party's headquarters in Caracas

    Posted: 3/23/2011 2:28:56 PM EST
    Henry Ramos Allup, leader of the opposition party AD (Accion Democratica) speaks during an interview with Reuters at the party's headquarters in Caracas December 3, 2009. Criss-crossing Venezuela armed with promises of change, opposition leaders are jostling for position to run against President Hugo Chavez, convinced they can end his long rule with a mix of center-left policies. The radical former soldier has been in power since 1999 and remains popular among the poor. But foes believe he is finally vulnerable and that the December 2012 election will end his brand of socialism in South America's biggest oil exporter. Picture taken December 3, 2009. REUTERS/Jorge Silva/Files (VENEZUELA - Tags: POLITICS HEADSHOT)
  •  - Henry Ramos Allup, leader of the opposition party AD speaks during an interview with Reuters at the party's headquarters in Caracas

    Henry Ramos Allup, leader of the opposition party AD speaks during an interview with Reuters at the party's headquarters in Caracas

    Posted: 3/23/2011 2:28:02 PM EST
    Henry Ramos Allup, leader of the opposition party AD (Accion Democratica) speaks during an interview with Reuters at the party's headquarters in Caracas December 3, 2009. Criss-crossing Venezuela armed with promises of change, opposition leaders are jostling for position to run against President Hugo Chavez, convinced they can end his long rule with a mix of center-left policies. The radical former soldier has been in power since 1999 and remains popular among the poor. But foes believe he is finally vulnerable and that the December 2012 election will end his brand of socialism in South America's biggest oil exporter. Picture taken December 3, 2009. REUTERS/Jorge Silva/Files VENEZUELA (POLITICS HEADSHOT)
  •  - Venezuelan opposition figure Leopoldo Lopez, former mayor of a wealthy district of Chacao, attends a rally with supporters in Caracas

    Venezuelan opposition figure Leopoldo Lopez, former mayor of a wealthy district of Chacao, attends a rally with supporters in Caracas

    Posted: 3/23/2011 2:26:51 PM EST
    Venezuelan opposition figure Leopoldo Lopez, former mayor of a wealthy district of Chacao, attends a rally with supporters in Caracas March 10, 2011. Criss-crossing Venezuela armed with promises of change, opposition leaders are jostling for position to run against President Hugo Chavez, convinced they can end his long rule with a mix of center-left policies. The radical former soldier has been in power since 1999 and remains popular among the poor. But foes believe he is finally vulnerable and that the December 2012 election will end his brand of socialism in South America's biggest oil exporter. Picture taken March 10, 2011. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA - Tags: POLITICS)
  •  - Venezuelan opposition figure Leopoldo Lopez, former mayor of a wealthy district of Chacao, attends a rally with supporters in Caracas

    Venezuelan opposition figure Leopoldo Lopez, former mayor of a wealthy district of Chacao, attends a rally with supporters in Caracas

    Posted: 3/23/2011 2:25:08 PM EST
    Venezuelan opposition figure Leopoldo Lopez, former mayor of a wealthy district of Chacao, attends a rally with supporters in Caracas March 10, 2011. Criss-crossing Venezuela armed with promises of change, opposition leaders are jostling for position to run against President Hugo Chavez, convinced they can end his long rule with a mix of center-left policies. The radical former soldier has been in power since 1999 and remains popular among the poor. But foes believe he is finally vulnerable and that the December 2012 election will end his brand of socialism in South America's biggest oil exporter. Picture taken March 10, 2011. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA - Tags: POLITICS)
  •  - Venezuelan opposition figure Leopoldo Lopez, former mayor of a wealthy district of Chacao, attends a rally with supporters in Caracas

    Venezuelan opposition figure Leopoldo Lopez, former mayor of a wealthy district of Chacao, attends a rally with supporters in Caracas

    Posted: 3/23/2011 2:23:50 PM EST
    Venezuelan opposition figure Leopoldo Lopez, former mayor of a wealthy district of Chacao, attends a rally with supporters in Caracas March 10, 2011. Criss-crossing Venezuela armed with promises of change, opposition leaders are jostling for position to run against President Hugo Chavez, convinced they can end his long rule with a mix of center-left policies. The radical former soldier has been in power since 1999 and remains popular among the poor. But foes believe he is finally vulnerable and that the December 2012 election will end his brand of socialism in South America's biggest oil exporter. Picture taken March 10, 2011. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA - Tags: POLITICS)
  •  - Venezuelan opposition governor from the state of Miranda Henrique Capriles Radomsky speaks during an interview with Reuters in Caracas

    Venezuelan opposition governor from the state of Miranda Henrique Capriles Radomsky speaks during an interview with Reuters in Caracas

    Posted: 3/23/2011 2:22:33 PM EST
    Venezuelan opposition governor from the state of Miranda Henrique Capriles Radomsky speaks during an interview with Reuters in Caracas March 9, 2011. Criss-crossing Venezuela armed with promises of change, opposition leaders are jostling for position to run against President Hugo Chavez, convinced they can end his long rule with a mix of center-left policies. The radical former soldier has been in power since 1999 and remains popular among the poor. But foes believe he is finally vulnerable and that the December 2012 election will end his brand of socialism in South America's biggest oil exporter. Picture taken March 9, 2011. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins(VENEZUELA - Tags: POLITICS)
  •  - Venezuelan opposition governor from the state of Miranda Henrique Capriles Radomsky speaks during an interview with Reuters in Caracas

    Venezuelan opposition governor from the state of Miranda Henrique Capriles Radomsky speaks during an interview with Reuters in Caracas

    Posted: 3/23/2011 2:20:33 PM EST
    Venezuelan opposition governor from the state of Miranda Henrique Capriles Radomsky speaks during an interview with Reuters in Caracas March 9, 2011. Criss-crossing Venezuela armed with promises of change, opposition leaders are jostling for position to run against President Hugo Chavez, convinced they can end his long rule with a mix of center-left policies. The radical former soldier has been in power since 1999 and remains popular among the poor. But foes believe he is finally vulnerable and that the December 2012 election will end his brand of socialism in South America's biggest oil exporter. Picture taken March 9, 2011. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins(VENEZUELA - Tags: POLITICS)
  •  - Venezuelan opposition governor fron the state of Miranda Henrique Capriles Radomsky speaks during an interview with Reuters in Caracas

    Venezuelan opposition governor fron the state of Miranda Henrique Capriles Radomsky speaks during an interview with Reuters in Caracas

    Posted: 3/23/2011 2:18:47 PM EST
    Venezuelan opposition governor from the state of Miranda Henrique Capriles Radomsky speaks during an interview with Reuters in Caracas March 9, 2011. Criss-crossing Venezuela armed with promises of change, opposition leaders are jostling for position to run against President Hugo Chavez, convinced they can end his long rule with a mix of center-left policies. The radical former soldier has been in power since 1999 and remains popular among the poor. But foes believe he is finally vulnerable and that the December 2012 election will end his brand of socialism in South America's biggest oil exporter. Picture taken March 9, 2011. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins (VENEZUELA - Tags: POLITICS)
  •  - To match feature ISRAEL-KIBBUTZ/

    To match feature ISRAEL-KIBBUTZ/

    Posted: 3/25/2008 7:58:08 PM EST
    Israeli children are pushed in a carriage on the grounds of Kibbutz Kramim in the Negev desert March 4, 2008. Israelis abandoned the collective farms in droves as socialism fell from favour in the 1980s, urban centres flourished and many kibbutzim sank into debt as they struggled to weather hyperinflation, soaring interest rates and a broader economic crisis. Now, the kibbutz is staging a tentative comeback by embracing privatisation, reform and eco-friendly practices to attract young families looking for an alternative to the daily grind. To match feature ISRAEL-KIBBUTZ/ REUTERS/Gil Cohen Magen (ISRAEL)
  •  - A boy stands in a doorway next to a sign reading "Long live Fidel, long live Raul" in Havana

    A boy stands in a doorway next to a sign reading "Long live Fidel, long live Raul" in Havana

    Posted: 2/25/2008 4:01:09 PM EST
    A boy stands in a doorway next to a sign reading "Long live Fidel, long live Raul" in Havana February 25, 2008. Young Cubans frustrated by a regimented and austere life under socialism said on Monday their hopes of change were disappointed by the naming of old guard revolutionaries to run Cuba after Fidel Castro. REUTERS/Claudia Daut (CUBA)
  •  - Young men talk while standing in a doorway in Havana

    Young men talk while standing in a doorway in Havana

    Posted: 2/25/2008 3:56:18 PM EST
    Young men talk while standing in a doorway in Havana February 25, 2008. Young Cubans frustrated by a regimented and austere life under socialism said on Monday their hopes of change were disappointed by the naming of old guard revolutionaries to run Cuba after Fidel Castro. REUTERS/Claudia Daut (CUBA)
  •  - File photo of Cuba's President Castro and Cuban student leader Lage in Havana

    File photo of Cuba's President Castro and Cuban student leader Lage in Havana

    Posted: 10/18/2006 4:07:42 PM EST
    Cuba's President Fidel Castro (L) and Carlos Lage Codorniu, head of Cuba's Federation of University Students, hug during the National Assembly meeting in Havana in this December 23, 2005 file photo. Lage, 25, confidently believes one-party socialism will survive in Cuba for another generation whether or not ailing Fidel Castro re-emerges to run the nation. But Cuba must win the hearts of its disaffected youth and improve "material" conditions for its people who have put up with economic hardships since Soviet communism collapsed, Lage told Reuters in an interview on October 18, 2006. Picture taken December 23, 2005. REUTERS/Claudia Daut/Files (CUBA)
  •  - Brazilian presidential candidate Heloisa Helena (R) of the Socialism and Freedom Party waves to supporters during an election campaign rally before Sunday's election in the Mare slum in Rio de Janeiro

    Brazilian presidential candidate Heloisa Helena (R) of the Socialism and Freedom Party waves to supporters during an election campaign rally before Sunday's election in the Mare slum in Rio de Janeiro

    Posted: 9/27/2006 11:05:23 AM EST
    Brazilian presidential candidate Heloisa Helena (R) of the Socialism and Freedom Party waves to supporters during an election campaign rally before Sunday's election in the Mare slum in Rio de Janeiro September 27, 2006. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes (BRAZIL)


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