Cuba Headlines

Cuba News, Breaking News, Articles and Daily Information

Guantanamo five detainees to boycott trials

Six detainees currently at Guantanamo have appeared before a military judge, and five of those have joined the boycott, which is expected to spread as more suspected terrorists are arraigned. Read More

United States obstructs the relationships between Cuba and Europe

Spanish media outlets are denouncing new actions undertaken by the United States to obstruct the improvement of relations between Cuba and Europe. Read More

Cuban Women and Mens Judo Selections are Ready for Miami Pan-Am Match

Cuban women and mens judo selections are ready to participate in the Pan-American Championship to kick off May 8, in the US city of Miami. Read More

The United States Hemispheric Response: A Fourth Intervention Fleet (Reflections by Fidel Castro Ruz)

It had come into being in 1943 as a means of combating Nazi submarines and protecting navigation routes during the Second World War. It was decommissioned in 1950, when it became superfluous. Read More

In the 34th International Book Fair Argentina Launches Cuban 5 Book

As a way to break media silence, the work "Desde la soledad y la esperanza," was launched in the 34th International Book Fair running in this capital, dedicated to five Cuban anti-terrorist fighters unfairly imprisoned in United States. Read More

An it Criticizes to the Whashington Post and a Favorable Opinion to Cuba

I strongly take exception to the harsh and aggressive tone of the April 28 editorial bashing Cuba and elevating Colombia as "democratic. Read More

Fidel Castro denounces the plans of the United States to divide Bolivia

The leader of the Cuban Revolution denounces the plans of the United States to divide Bolivia by facilitating control by transnational corporations over basic industrial sectors. He points out that this is being accomplished through a media campaign and with the support of some sectors of the military, who are opposed to the social transformations initiated by President Evo Morales for the benefit of the people. Read More

President of the Cuban Parliament, Ricardo Alarcon Urges World to Renew Solidarity with Cuban Five

The President of the Cuban Parliament, Ricardo Alarcon de Quesada, said on Friday that the world should renew its solidarity with five Cuban anti-terrorist fighters who remain unjustly imprisoned in the United States. Read More

Cuba Denounces US Radio, TV Aggression

US-based networks broadcast 1,889 hours of programs to the Island through 30 medium and short waves, FM and TV channels every week Cuba Denounces US Radio, TV Aggression Read More

Guantanamo: A breeding ground for insanity

Conditions are more isolating than many death rows and maximum-security prisons in the United States, said Jules Lobel, a law professor at the University of Pittsburgh who is an expert on U.S. prison conditions. Read More

Syndicate content