Fidel Castro

Alberto Granado, 88
Alberto Granado, an Argentine whose 1952 journey across South America with his friend Ernesto "Che" Guevara began as a youthful adventure but turned into a political awakening that helped make Guevara a leftist radical and an icon of revolution, died March 5 in Cuba. He was 88.
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