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The New York Times Calls for End of U.S. Blockade of Cuba

The New York Times apparently did not want to keep silent after Hillary Clinton had the “gall” of speaking in the very heart of Miami on the need to end the... More

Sao Paulo Forum Shows High Regard for Cuba in Latin America and Caribbean

Cuba continues to praise the objectives and purposes of the Sao Paulo Forum, an organization composed of leftist movements and progressive parties in Latin Amer... More

Happy Birthday, Fidel!

Just over one week away from his birthday, and although he has been away from the presidency for nearly ten years, Fidel Castro continues to be the source of ne... More

Indignation Grows Over Burning of Palestinian Baby

The news about the death of a Palestinian baby roasted alive during the burning of his home set on fire by Zionist extremists has sparked widespread indignation... More

Frank Pais Life on Display at Museum in Santiago de Cuba

Frank Pais, the head of sabotage actions of the July 26th Movement, who was brutally murdered in Santiago de Cuba 58 years ago today, was a man of great artisti... More

Views on Cuban and US Restored Diplomatic Relations

On July 20th Cuba and the United States restored diplomatic relations. Press reports called that day historical, because this would begin a new chapter in ties ... More

Protests Over Corruption in Guatemala

In Guatemala, outrage over two corruption scandals has fueled marches since the end of April, when an international prosecutors’ panel, backed by the United N... More

Who is Simon Trinidad? Profile of a Senior FARC Leader

Ricardo Palmera, aka Simon Trinidad, has spent 11 years in complete isolation in a U.S. "supermax" prison: a violation of the United Nations Conventio... More

UNESCO Breaks Silence on Slavery

Given the tenet that concealment or ignorance of major historical events constitutes an obstacle to mutual understanding, reconciliation and cooperation among p... More

Shake the Tree and Collect its Fruits

For over 40 years, there was no a single food shipment between the US and Cuba, but in 2000 the Bill Clinton administration allowed exports produce to the islan... More

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