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The convoy carrying the ashes of Cuba's late communist leader Fidel Castro capped an island-wide journey on Saturday, reaching the cradle of his revolution for a big ceremony before his burial. Massive crowds cheered as the olive-green jeep that has pulled the cedar urn with Castro's ashes across Cuba since Wednesday rolled into Santiago de Cuba. The crowd, like others along the four-day, 900-kilometer (560-mile) trip from Havana, chanted "I am Fidel!" after a series of Castro speeches played on a giant screen.