Mexico played a special role in the life of the historic leader of the Cuban Revolution, Fidel Castro. In Mexico, he put the finishing touches on the expendition to Cuba where he would wage the final battle for its true independence.... More


Two men of universal stature: one of them the National Hero of Cuba, Jose Marti, and the other the historic leader of the Cuban Revolution, Fidel Castro, both had many things in common, besides their struggle for the independence and sovereignty of their homeland. Each one of them in their own epoch, with their brilliant speeches and cutting edge writings, voiced their concern about the environment.... More


Among the many battles led by Fidel Castro during his life, one of the major ones was that waged by the Third World against the foreign debt.... More


A number of prominent Cubans have been interviewed on radio and TV over the past several days and offered their comments on Cuban Revolution leader Fidel Castro. Radio Havana Cuba offers a few of these comments.... More


The Repose of the Commander

The immense majority of Cubans, that is to say millions of people of all ages, are participating beginning this Monday in a great homage that throughout the country will pay a posthumous tribute to the historic leader of the Revolution Fidel Castro, who died last Friday in Havana at 90 years of age.... More


The United Nations has recognized the preventive work conducted by the civil defense in Cuba to protect people in the eastern provinces against the impact of Hurricane Matthew. ... More


This October 6, the Caribbean Sea appeared troubled, its blue waters no longer crystal blue, tossed and whirled in the whims of Matthew, one of the worst storms hitting the area in decades. ... More


Después que se ha dado como virtualmente seguro, ahora un número creciente lo coloca entre signos de interrogación.... More


Foreign Debt and Development

Since December, when Cuba and its creditors of the Paris Club reached an agreement on the regularization of the Island’s debt, Havana authorities conducted separate negotiations with the members of the Club and signed other important documents. ... More


The many tourists from all continents that visited Havana over the weekend could witness --and enjoy-- from a popular conga against homophobia up to the weather-alert Meteor 2016 strategic exercise, aimed at reducing the risks posed by natural disasters, including droughts, epidemics and hurricanes. ... More


Nineteen months after the disappearance of forty two high school students from the Mexican county of Ayotzinapa, in the State of Guerrero, their relatives and other family members still ignore what happened to their children... More


On 16 April, 1961, on the aftermath of bombings by US-operated warplanes against several Cuban airports, a prelude to the mercenary invasion by Playa Giron—Bay of Pigs... More


Fidel Castro Ruz, during Tuesday's closing session of the 7th Congress of the Communist Party of Cuba

Remarks by leader of the Cuban Revolution, Fidel Castro Ruz, during Tuesday's closing session of the 7th Congress of the Communist Party of Cuba... More


No other date is more symbolic than April 16, that of our party’s founding. On the eve of the mercenary invasion at Playa Girón, after honoring the victims of the previous day’s aerial attacks on our airports, combatants of the Rebel Army, the National Police, and militias swore to defend at any cost the socialist character of the Revolution, proclaimed on this unforgettable day.... More


Argentine President Mauricio Macri is apparently involved in corrupt practices that have Panama as its center. ... More


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