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Alfredo Duran of Miami, Florida, looks at a military piece in a museum 24 March 2001 in Cuba. Forty years ago Duran participated as a member of Brigade 2506 against the government of Cuban President Fidel Castro in the failed US-sponsored invasion of the Bay of Pigs. For the first time in four decades, the players in the invasion sat down face-to-face 22-24 March 2001 to try to shed more light on one of the bitterest confrontations of the Cold War, which still strains US-Cuban ties. The conference was attended by Castro, Cuban and US academics, plus a handful of Cuban exiles from Assault Brigade 2506, which carried out the attack. Alfredo Duran (D), quien en abril de 1961 desembarco en Bahia de Cochinos, Cuba, como miembro de la Brigada 2506 compuesta por anticastristas, observa el 24 de marzo de 2001, una pieza de mortero expuesta en un museo de esa localidad, como parte del armamento que les fue capturado. Duran participo en una visita que norteamericanos y cubanos realizaran a Bahia de Cochinos, lugar donde en abril de 1961 cientos de cubanos anticastristas provenientes de Miami y apoyados por el gobierno de Kennedy intentaron ocupar la zona y crear un gobierno provisional, resultando derrotados en 72 horas por el ejercito y la milicia cubana comandada por Fidel Castro. Los visitantes a este lugar participan de una Conferencia Academica llamada "Giron 40 anos Despues" que analiza los pormenores de este historico hecho. AFP PHOTO/Adalberto ROQUE / AFP / ADALBERTO ROQUE (Photo credit should read ADALBERTO ROQUE/AFP via Getty Images)
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