Fidel Castro Videos
ARCHIVE VIDEO: Fidel Castro Says His Heaven Would Include Socialism in 1993 Diane Sawyer Interview
March 4, 1993: Castro says he does not believe in heaven or hell, but imagines his heaven would include socialism.
ARCHIVE VIDEO: Fidel Castro Says 4 Years Is Too Short for US Presidents in 1993 Interview
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ARCHIVE VIDEO: Fidel Castro on Passing the Torch: Will He or Won't He? Diane Sawyer Asks in 1993
March 4, 1993: Cuba's leader discusses whether or not he plans on resigning.
ARCHIVE VIDEO: Fidel Castro Condemns US Blockade in 1979 Address to the United Nations
Oct. 12, 1979: In a U.N. address, Castro implores wealthy nations to help the poor.
ARCHIVE VIDEO: Fidel Castro Leads Cuba in Celebration 30 Years After the Revolution
July 26, 1983: In a public speech, Castro boasts of Cuba's improvements since the 1953 revolution.
ARCHIVE VIDEO: Fidel Castro Denounces US Embargo, Touts Cuban Healthcare, in 1995 United Nations Address
Oct. 22, 1995: Donning a suit instead of military fatigues, Castro addresses members of the United Nations.
ARCHIVE VIDEO: Fidel Castro Addresses Public in 1995 New York City Visit
Oct. 23, 1995: The Cuban leader speaks to a crowd in Harlem during his U.S. visit.
ARCHIVE VIDEO: Fidel Castro Relinquishes Power in 2008
Feb. 19, 2008: The Cuban leader resigns after almost a half-century in power.
ARCHIVE VIDEO: Fidel Castro and Barbara Walters Discuss the US Embargo and Cuba's Economy in 2002
Oct. 11, 2002: Castro imagines Cuba's economic future if the U.S. were to lift its embargo.
ARCHIVE VIDEO: Fidel Castro and Barbara Walters Reflect on Cuban Missile Crisis in 2002.
Oct. 11, 2002: Forty years after the Cuban Missile Crisis, Walters asks Castro to describe his communications with the Soviet Union's Khrushchev leading up to the crisis.