Camilo Guevara March, son of Che Guevara, dies in Venezuela
The news was confirmed on Tuesday, Aug. 30 by Cuban President Miguel Díaz-Canel.
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"With deep sorrow we say goodbye to Camilo, son of Che and promoter of his ideas," wrote Cuban President Miguel Díaz-Canel on Twitter, announcing the death of Camilo Guevara March.
According to Prensa Latina, Guevara March was visiting Caracas and died at the age of 60 on Monday, Aug. 29 in Caracas, capital of the country "as a result of a pulmonary thrombolism that resulted in a heart attack."
As reported by the Colombian newspaper El Tiempo, Guevara March was one of the four children of Argentine revolutionary Che Guevara had with the Cuban Aleida March, in addition to Aleida, Celia and Ernesto.
Camilo graduated in labor law and was director of the Che Guevara Study Center in Havana, an institution dedicated to spread his father's work and thought.