Argentine tourists have their picture taken during a tribute to the revolutionary leader Che Guevara in front of the Cuban Interior Ministry (MININT) in Havana's Revolution Square October 8, 2013. ... more 
Argentine tourists have their picture taken during a tribute to the revolutionary leader Che Guevara in front of the Cuban Interior Ministry (MININT) in Havana's Revolution Square October 8, 2013. Forty-six years after he was captured by soldiers in a Bolivian jungle and executed the next day, the Argentine-born Ernesto Guevara De La Serna, AKA, 'Che', is still a national hero in Cuba where he joined Fidel Castro in an armed uprising that ousted a U.S. backed dictator in 1959. Tuesday will be Guevara's 46th death anniversary. The words on the building read: "Onward to victory, always". REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (CUBA - Tags: POLITICS ANNIVERSARY TRAVEL SOCIETY) less 
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Tue, Oct 8, 2013 5:10 PM EDT