November 26th @ 4:04 PM GMT
Reuters U.S. President Barack Obama in a statement on Saturday offered his condolences to Fidel Castro's family and added that history would judge Castro's impact on Cuba and around the world. (Politics)
November 26th @ 3:45 PM GMT
CNN President Barack Obama reacted to the death of Fidel Castro in a statement released by the White House Saturday morning, offering condolences to the his family and extending an arm of friendship to the Cuban people. (Politics)
November 26th @ 4:47 PM GMT
Yahoo! U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry offered his condolences to the Cuban people on Saturday, adding that the United States would continue to support engaging with them after the death of Fidel Castro. ''The United States reaffirms its support for deepening our engagement with the Cuban people now and in coming years,'' Kerry said in a statement. (Top Stories)
November 27th @ 2:54 PM GMT
CNN Florida Sen. Marco Rubio tells CNN's Dana Bash that President Obama and Pope Francis should not offer condolences to Fidel Castro without acknowledging the crimes he committed. (Top Stories)
November 26th @ 1:25 PM GMT
Yahoo! Pope Francis said the death of Cuba's revolutionary leader Fidel Castro was ''sad news'' and that he was grieving and praying for his repose. Francis expressed his condolences in a Spanish-language message to Fidel's brother, President Raul Castro on Saturday. The pope, who met Fidel Castro when he visited Cuba last year, said he had received the ''sad news'' and added: ''I express to you my sentiments of grief.'' Fidel Castro, who was a professed atheist, was baptized as a Ca... (Top Stories)
November 27th @ 2:54 PM GMT
CNN Florida Sen. Marco Rubio tells CNN's Dana Bash that President Obama and Pope Francis should not offer condolences to Fidel Castro without acknowledging the crimes he committed. (Top Stories)
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