People in Cuba have been honouring the memory of Latin American Marxist revolutionary Ernesto "Che" Guevara, 40 years after his capture and execution.
About 10,000 people attended a ceremony at his mausoleum in Santa Clara, where he fought a battle during the Cuban revolution in 1958.
Guevara remains a national hero in Cuba. The man he helped to power, Fidel Castro, was too ill to join the rally but his brother, acting President Raul Castro, was in attendance.
Che Guevara's daughter Aleida was also there, and joined other relatives in placing flowers at the revolutionary's tomb.
After serving as Cuba's central bank governor and industry minister, Argentine-born Guevara travelled to Bolivia in 1966 to help lead an uprising there.
Commemorations were also held in Venezuela, and in Vallegrande in Bolivia, where Guevara was tracked down and killed by soldiers in 1967.
For many, he remains a symbol of activism against social injustice. Bolivia's leftist President Evo Morales told mourners in Vallegrande that Che's struggle would continue.