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US peace activists visit Cuba

Washington's hegemonic pretensions and warmongering are part of an institutional policy that involves both republicans and democrats, US pacifists visiting Cuba have denounced.he humanitarian activists lashed at US power sectors that are making a large fortune from wars. Read More

Cuba Preserves Works of Ernest Hemingway.

Cuba has invested over 200,000 dollars to restore Ernest Hemingway's house in Havana while the US government impedes the financing of the restoration works. According to the President of Cuba's National Council for Cultural Patrimony (CNPC), Manuel Palacios, the island has also devoted a budget of more than one million Cuban pesos to the renovation of the farm where the writer of "The old man and the sea" lived. Read More

Cuba travelers back in Louisville

The Henry Wallace Brigade is back in Kentucky. Twenty-three Louisvillians who traveled to Cuba as part of the brigade returned home Wednesday and Thursday. Read More

US activists plan Guantanamo jail protest

A group of US and other peace activists including Cindy Sheehan plan to march to the gates of the US Navy base in Guantanamo, Cuba on January 11 to protest against abuses at the prison camp for terrorism suspects, organisers said today. Read More

Chris Cornell was honored to perform in Cuba

Audioslave singer Chris Cornell still feels honored to be a member of the first U.S. band to play in Cuba for 26 years, and he'd love to perform there again. Read More

Attorney: Cuba open to trade with Indiana farmers

An Indianapolis attorney recently back from Cuba says the nation is eager to open up trade with Indiana Read More

College's Cuba program advances

Some Burlington College students could be heading to Cuba as early as next year as part of a new semester abroad program. Read More

Warriors get opportunity to play in Cuba

The Warriors will be paired with a local club team with whom they will practise and scrimmage in a gymnasium without lights. So that means the teams can only play while the sun shines. The Cubans might be modest people with humble surroundings, but that doesn't mean they don't take their basketball seriously. Read More

U.S. Rep. wants investigation into Office of Cuban Broadcasting

Rep. William Delahunt has called for a congressional investigation into the U.S. Office of Cuban Broadcasting, following its decision to air anti-Castro programming aimed at Cuban audiences on local Spanish-language TV and radio stations. Read More

Cubas free med school draws Detroit crowd

A crowd of students and community activists gathered at the Detroit City Council chambers Dec. 9 to hear the Rev. Lucius Walker from Pastors for Peace describe a program offering free medical schooling in Cuba. Detroit City Councilmember JoAnn Watson hosted the meeting, held on International Human Rights Day. Read More

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