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Cuban-Americans gathered Saturday in communities around New Jersey to celebrate the death of Fidel Castro, saying now is the time for the world to take steps to bring freedom to their homeland.

In Union City, a pharmacy had raised a large Cuban flag along with a sign stating "the liberty bells are ringing. Long live Cuba libre." A clock also had a sign reading "Fidel, your time has come," and a man walking said "one less to worry about."

The news of Castro's death was long anticipated by the exiles that left after he took power. Rumors have come and gone for decades, and Castro's death had become something of a joke. This time, though, it was...

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