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Vessel Amistad already in Cuba

The black-hulled schooner Amistad was unmistakable, sailing into the deep, long harbor of this industrial port, bright main and foresails taut in the steady breeze.<br /> Read More

Guach Palace, The Strangest Building of Cuba

In a central and crowded corner of the western city of Pinar del Rio, it’s located what some people consider the strangest construction of the country, the so-called Guach Palace.  Read More

Cuba Condemns Selective Laws Encouraging Trafficking in Human Beings

Cuba demanded at the United Nations the end of the double standard and of all selective practices or laws encouraging trafficking in human beings and that are against international law. Read More

Magali Llort to Demand the Release from Prison of the Cuban Five

The forum for the release from prison of the five Cuban heroes incarcerated in the United States that will begin on March 22 in Santo Domingo will be attended by Magaly Llort, the mother of Fernando Gonzalez. Read More

Fidel and Raul Send Special Greetings to the President of Namibia

Special greetings to Namibian President Hifikepunye Lucas Pohamba on behalf of Revolution leader Fidel Castro and President Raul Castro were conveyed by Army Corps General Leopoldo Cintra. Read More

Caguanes National Park: Aborigines´ Settlement

Two thousand years ago, the area now occupied by Caguanes National Park— Biosphere Reserve located in Sancti Spiritus— was inhabited by natives who left us their traditions, myths and legends engraved in caves. Read More

Cuba tobacco legend celebrates 91st birthday

Cuban tobacco legend Alejandro Robaina celebrated his 91st birthday on Saturday, weakened by ill health but surrounded by friends and family and the tobacco fields that have been his life.<br /> Read More

Bolivia President Commends Cuban Solidarity

President Evo Morales acknowledged Cuban solidarity with Bolivia in celebrating eye surgery 500,000 under Operation Miracle. Read More

Miguel d'Escoto Extols Fidel Castro's Solidarity

Nicaragua's former Foreign Minister and Catholic priest Miguel d'Escoto affirmed Fidel Castro is the person who has most highly raised the flag of solidarity ever in history. Read More

Laos: USA Violates Cuban Human Rights

The government of Laos ratified its rejection to the US blockade against Cuba, which human rights are violated by Washington despite the world's claim. Read More

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