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Cuba Challenges Washington to Respond to Serious Accusations

In a press conference Thursday at the Cuban Ministry of Foreign Affairs, attended by the national and international press, Perez Roque said that US authorities must tell the public opinion what they know about the behavior of their diplomats and what they think about it, and if they support the money courier role played by the Chief of the US Interest Section in Havana Michael Parmly. Read More

Canadian court rules gov't grant access to Guantanamo Bay documents

Omar Khadr, who was 15 at the time, has been imprisoned at the U.S. naval base jail in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, where he is awaiting trial by a military commission on charges of murder and war crimes. Read More

Cuban Ambassador to UN Rodrigo Malmierca demanded strong, urgent actions.

Cuban Ambassador to UN Rodrigo Malmierca demanded strong, urgent actions to solve the increasing problems affecting security of humankind in general and of every individual. Read More

New evidence on the links between US diplomats based in Havana, Cuban mercenaries and terrorists

New evidence on the links between US diplomats based in Havana, Cuban mercenaries and terrorists resident in the United States was disclosed on Tuesday during the prime time TV program The Round Table. Read More

Cuba shows tests of the relationships among terrorist, contrarrevolutionaries and officials of the US administration

Cuban authorities presented on Monday evidence about contacts between counterrevolutionaries, officials of the US Interests Section in Havana and a terrorist of Cuban origin resident in that nation. Read More

Escalation of illegal anti-Cuba transmissions condemned

THE U.S. government has implemented an escalation of its radio/television aggression of Cuba by increasing the vast resources that it has pumped into this interventionist exercise since the early days of the Revolution. Read More

Director of U.S Project Censored Exchanges With Cuban Journalists during Havana Conference

The director of U.S Project Censored, Peter Philips, is in Cuba attending a three-day conference to mark the 50th anniversary of the murder in Havana of Ecuadorian Journalist Carlos Bastidas and Freedom of the Press Day, an event called by UNESCO. Read More

US President George W. Bush is desperate because he failed with Cuba

US President George W. Bush is desperate because he is about to leave the White House without having been able to destroy the Cuban revolutionary project, Cuba's state-run television claimed. Read More

Al Jazeera's Sami Al Hajj out of Guantanamo Bay in Cuba

Sami Al Hajj became a prisoner in an Orwellian drama that had no final ending, or destination involving torture, simulated drowning and possibly death that was in the end averted through cruel force feeding. Read More

Cuban Judokas Win Three Titles and Five Olympic Berths in Miami

World champions Driulis Gonzalez and Yurisel Laborde as well as young Idalis Ortiz gave Cuba three titles in the first day of competitions of the Pan American Judo Championships that began on Thursday in Miami, United States, and which grants tickets for the upcoming Beijing Olympic Games in China. Read More

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