Cuba looks to a future without Castro rule
Cuba’s President Raul Castro will step down on Thursday. His departure will mean the end of almost 60 years of the Castro family’s dominance over the island nation. Raul Castro took over from his more famous brother Fidel in 2008.
Castro’s attempts to open up the economy came hand in hand with diplomatic outreach, symbolised by Barack Obama’s visit to Havana in 2016. (TRTWorld)