Cuba releases new photos of Fidel Castro in public

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July 14, 2010 07:45

 
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HAVANA — Cuba has released another round of photos of Fidel Castro in public that show the 83-year-old meeting with academics and warning them of a coming global nuclear war.

Castro is seen in the photos with wife Dalia Soto del Valle and son Tony.

They were taken by another son, Alex, during a visit Tuesday to Havana's World Economic Center.

Castro appeared on state television on Monday for a lengthy interview during which he discussed nuclear conflict but not life in Cuba or promise by authorities to free 52 political prisoners.

On Saturday, Cuba released photos of Castro's July 7 visit to the National Center for Scientific Investigation.

Previously Castro stayed mostly out of the public eye since emergency surgery forced him to cede power in 2006.

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