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Machado Ventura Returns to Cuba after Participating in UN General Assembly

Foreign Minister Felipe Pérez Roque and other officials of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs continue participating in the sessions of the UN General Assembly Read More

Cuba Participates in the Opening of UN General Assembly

Cuban first vice president, Jose Ramon Machado Ventura, represented the Caribbean island in the inauguration of the 63rd session of the UN General Assembly.<br /> Read More

Cuba defended in the world

THE hypocrisy of imperialist rhetoric which, in response to the devastation wreaked by Hurricanes Gustav and Ike, attempted to cover up the hostility of U.S. authorities toward Cuba, has been exposed by 5,200-plus intellectuals from 73 countries whom in the last week have adhered to a declaration called &quot;With Cuba Today.&quot; Read More

The Cubans Roberto Varela, the Camerata Romeu and Zenaidita Castro are nominated to the Latin Grammy

Roberto Varela, the Camerata Romeu and Zenaidita Castro are nominated to the Latin Grammy awards for the CD ´Non divisi’. The prize will be presented on November 13th, 2008. Read More

Cuba Participates in UN Debate on Africa

Cuba demanded at the UN specific aid for the African peoples, such as the condonning of the foreign debt and the fulfilment of the Official Development Assistance (ODA). Read More

Cuban VP Jose Ramon Machado Ventura Pays Tribute to Marti and Bolivar in New York

Cuban First Vice President Jose Ramon Machado Ventura paid tribute on Sunday to Cuban National Hero Jose Marti and to Venezuelan Simon Bolivar at New York’s Central Park.<br /> Read More

Millions of Americans Still Need to Know about the Cuban Five Case

Solidarity actions in favor of the Cuban five antiterrorist fighters held in US jails, like the recent concert in New York and other demonstrations. Read More

Leonard Weinglass: "The Case of the Cuban Five is Political"

&quot;The legal case of the Cuban Five is now being waged on two different fronts, Washington and Miami,&quot; said U.S. lawyer Leonard Weinglass in Havana, during the presentation of the book Cronology of an Injustice, regarding the five Cuban anti-terrorist fighters unjustly held in U.S. prisons for ten years now. Read More


Catholic Charities collects aid for storm victims in the Caribbean

Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Miami is collecting monetary donations to help the Caribbean islands affected by a busy storm season that brought the havoc of Tropical Storm Fay and Hurricanes Gustav and Ike. Read More

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