Castro Steps Down
MIAMI (AP) - Cuban exiles in Little Havana and elsewhere are
welcoming the news that Cuban President Fidel Castro has officially
Early in the day, a few dozen people gathered outside the
popular restaurant Versailles in the heart of Little Havana as
motorists honked at the police patrol cars and television
reporters. Reporters nearly outnumbered revelers and people selling
trinkets like beaded necklaces with Cuban flags.
Ulises Colina, a 65-year-old electrical technician, says he's
not certain if the news would bring any change in Cuba or the U.S.
He theorizes that any change in Cuba would have to come from
within the military, which has the status of a middle class on the
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