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In Guantanamo Cuba Freed Cameraman Denounces Torture at US Base

Sami al-Hajj, a cameraman for the Aljazeera TV network jailed for more than six years at the US Naval Base in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, narrated Thursday the tortures he was subjected to and the efforts of the US government to bribe him. Read More

Protests of the Cuban MINREX for escalade of aggressions of the office of interests of USA in Cuba

The Cuban Foreign Ministry has confirmed information that the U.S. Interests Section in Havana is organizing other illegal activities and is instigating its mercenaries in Cuba to carry out provocative public actions around the date of July 4th, Independence Day in the United States.<br /> Read More

The Pastors for Peace Caravan to Cuba will be reaching El Paso

The Pastors for Peace Caravan to Cuba will be reaching El Paso, Texas, on June 27, this Friday, from where the two buses will cross into Mexico. Read More

Florida Increases Restrictions on Travel to Cuba

From July 1st, Florida-based travel agencies and freight companies selling flights or shipping goods to Cuba will be subject to even harsher restrictions, under new state regulations. Read More

The Cuban and US teams play their final game on Monday evening

Yulieski Gourriel drove in the first run of the game with a sacrifice fly in the first. Malleta followed with an RBI single. Later on he cleared the Latinoamericano Stadium’s left field fence in the third and fifth innings. Read More

The 19th Pastors For Peace Caravan will be crossing from Canada into the US through two different points.

Several actions are taking place in different Canadian cities in an effort to pave the way for the 19th Pastors for Peace Friendship Caravan to Cuba.<br /> Read More

Remembered in Cuba Ethel and Julius Rosenberg

Ethel and Julius Rosenberg were victims of lies in a biased trial in the US, said the President of Cuba's Peace and Sovereignty Movement, Jose Rodriguez.<br /> Read More

Pentagon officials designed the arsenal of tortures used at the Guantanamo jail

<br /> Pentagon officials designed the arsenal of tortures used at the Guantanamo jail, thus denying stories that officers at that center were held responsible for them, according to a senatorial survey quoted by local press on Tuesday.<br /> Read More

Reaffirms View to Close Guantanamo US Defence Secretary Robert Gates

US defence secretary Robert Gates has reaffirmed his view that the &quot;war on terror&quot; detention centre at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, should be closed but how to deal with terrorists still had to be decided. Read More

Governments of Spain and Mexico Urge EU to Lift Sanctions against Cuba

The governments of Spain and Mexico advocated on Thursday the lifting of the diplomatic and economic sanctions that the European Union (EU) imposed on Cuba in 2003. Read More

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