For many Cuban Americans, the announcement of Fidel Castro's death brings closure to a long and troubled history.
The revolutionary guerrilla died aged 90 , as announced by his brother on state television late Friday.
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Shortly after the news, Miami's Little Havana neighborhood came alive.
Videos and pictures on social media showed people cheering, waving American and Cuban flags, honking car horns and banging pots and pans in the early hours of Saturday morning.
"Fidel! Tyrant! Take your brother with you!" some chanted, according to journalist Danny Rivero. Read more... More about Social Media , Little Havana , Fidel Castro , Miami , and World