FIDEL


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Fidel, the grandson of Coventry musician Neville Staple, was stabbed after a disorder broke out in the early hours of Saturday, September 1, last year.
"For ordinary wanted persons, even police stations are required to arrest at least five percent," said Fidel.
In a message posted on Twitter by Raila's wife, Ida, the family described Fidel as a loving son, protective brother, doting father and loyal friend.
Famous for his lengthy speeches and verbosity, his all-time friend and Nobel Laureate, Gabriel Garcia Marquez once famously said, 'Fidel is addicted to words.' At one public gathering, after inflicting a crushing and humiliating defeat on the US orchestrated counter-revolution coup that was the Bay of Pig invasion, Fidel famously said, 'What the imperialists cannot forgive us is that we have made a Socialist revolution under their noses.'
Known as Fidel to friends and enemies alike, his life story is inevitably that of his people and their revolution.
The 'Wonder Woman' star, who is co-producing 'My Dearest Fidel' with Kroll and husband Jaron Varsano, might also star in the film.
An official state website said Fidel Castro Diaz-Balart, 68, had been in a "deeply depressed state".
Official web site Cubadebate said Fidel Castro Diaz-Balart had been in a 'deeply depressed state.' A brief note read on state television said his treatment had 'required an initial hospitalization then outpatient follow-up.'
Cuba's official newspaper Granma said: "Diaz-Balart, who had been attended by a group of doctors for several months due to profound depression, killed himself this morning." Diaz-Balart was morning." Diaz-Balart was known as Fidelito, or Little Fidel, because of his likeness to his father.
Havana: With little fanfare, Cuba on Saturday commemorated the first anniversary of the death of revolutionary leader Fidel Castro as it prepares to move into the post-Castro era.