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Cuba's National Rebelliousness Day Celebrated Around the World

Different countries around the world celebrated Cuba's National Rebelliousness Day Read More

Fidel Castro visits town outside Havana

<div align="justify"> HAVANA—Cuban media say Fidel Castro has donned an olive-green shirt and traveled to a town west of Havana to participate in an event honoring fallen fighters in his revolution. </div> Read More

Santa Clara Celebrates its 321st Anniversary

<div align="justify"> Few cities in Cuba have such a rich history like the case of Santa Clara. Founded on July15th, 1689, Santa Clara was attacked during the three independence wars. </div> Read More

U.N., Cuba to observe first Nelson Mandela Day on July 18

<div align="justify"> The U.N. is gearing up to observe the first Nelson Mandela International Day on July 18 with various activities planned at its headquarters and throughout the world, a spokesperson of the world body has said. </div> Read More

Fidel Castro appears again, warns of war

<div align="justify"> HAVANA (Reuters) – Cuban revolutionary leader Fidel Castro took his warning of impending nuclear war to Cuba's Foreign Ministry on Friday, where he explained the reasons for his dire prediction in his fifth public appearance in 10 days.<br /> </div> Read More

Fidel Castro in public again, at aquarium

<div align="justify"> Thursday's visit to the aquarium in Havana's leafy Miramar neighborhood was a bit lighter, with Castro taking in a dolphin show and asking employees about the internal workings of the center, Cubadebate website said. </div> Read More

Fidel Castro at the World Economy Research Center

<div align="justify"> The leader of the Cuban Revolution, Fidel Castro, visited the World Economy Research Center on Tuesday, where he was welcomed by its director Osvaldo Martinez. </div> Read More

Cuban ex-intelligence chief recalls JFK assassination

<div align="justify"> GIJON, Spain (Reuters) - Like many, Fabian Escalante remembers what he was doing when he heard U.S. President John F. Kennedy had been shot: he was trying to stop the Central Intelligence Agency from toppling the Cuban government with the help of anti-Castro exiles. </div> Read More

New Photos Show Smiling Fidel Castro Out in Public

<div align="justify"> HAVANA (AP) -- New pictures of Fidel Castro show the stooped but smiling former leader venturing out to meet with workers at a Cuban scientific think tank, the first to show him in public since he got sick four years ago.<br /> </div> Read More

Archaeological excavations: Havana in past centuries

<div align="justify"> The most recent archaeological excavations carried out in the Havanan historical center threw remains of Busycon snails. </div> Read More

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