A 21-gun salute was first sounded in the capital, Havana, as Castro's ashes were taken to the cemetery in eastern Cuba.Read the full story ›
Cubans have lined the streets since Thursday as the ashes of the Communist leader were driven on a 600-mile journey across the island.Read the full story ›
Thousands of people turned out to bid farewell to Fidel Castro as the former Cuban leader's ashes began their final journey.Read the full story ›
Raul Castro and South American leaders were among those who attended a massive evening tribute to the late Cuban president.Read the full story ›
- Video report by ITV News Political Correspondent Carl Dinnen
The presidents of Venezuela and Bolivia will arrive in Cuba later on Tuesday to pay their respects to Fidel Castro.
They will join thousands of people taking part in a rally in Havana to honour their former President and international icon.
ITV News is in the capital and found even among Castro's greatest supporters there is a wish to change and modernise the country - but without doing anything to sacrifice the health and education systems he introduced.
Kim Jong Un, leader of North Korea, has paid his respects to Fidel Castro, former leader of Cuba.Read the full story ›
Thousands of people thronged around Havana's Revolution Square to honour their former revolutionary leader.Read the full story ›
Shadow foreign secretary Emily Thornberry will represent Labour at Tuesday's memorial in the Cuban capital city Havana.Read the full story ›
- Video report by ITV News Correspondent Carl Dinnen in Havana
The people of Cuba have begun nine days of official mourning for the death of Fidel Castro, the former leader who turned their small Caribbean island into an international symbol of revolution.
Bars shut, baseball games and concerts were suspended and many restaurants stopped serving alcohol and planned to close early.
But while Cuba mourns, the expatriate community in Miami continued to celebrate the death of a man they regard as a brutal tyrant.