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The agenda of the Social movements it includes: The Cuban Five

The injustice against the Cuban Five, who were in the U.S. trying to stop terrorism against Cuba and the world, was the center of one of the most passionate moments of the 7th Hemispheric Meeting against Free Trades Agreements. Read More

U.S. Naval Base in Cuba: Lawyer Questions how U.S. Soldier Died

A grenade that killed a U.S. soldier in Afghanistan in July 2002 could have been thrown by American forces rather than a young Canadian charged in a Guantanamo war crimes court with murder, a military defense lawyer said on Friday. Read More

Cuban ambassador to Berlin filed a protest rejecting the visit to the German capital of Caleb McCarry

Cuban ambassador to Berlin, Gerardo Peñalver, filed a protest on Wednesday rejecting the visit to the German capital of Caleb McCarry, who is the Bush administration's Cuba Transition Coordinator in charge of designing and implementing a plan to dominate the Cuban people by force and establish an occupying government in the country. Read More

The president of the Cuban Journalists Union Denounces Permanent Media Aggression from US Territory.

The president of the Cuban Journalists Union (UPEC), Tubal Paez, denounced on Thursday in Caracas, Venezuela, the permanent media aggression carried out from the United States against the island. Read More

Bush in Heavens (II), Reflections by Fidel Castro Ruz

The leader of the Cuban Revolution deals with the "perturbed promenades" by Rice, Cheney and McCain, flooding the world of sinister prophesies and demanding commitments for the benefit of the United States, while, in Washington, Bush discusses the anniversary of the beginning of the war in Iraq. Read More

Thirst For Blood (II): Reflections by Comrade Fidel.

The absence of Argentina in the itinerary of the new trip by the U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice to South America is another sign of Washingtons annoyance with the authorities in Buenos Aires, according to the New York Times today... Read More

Paseo del Prado,Havana: A Street a Time

El Dandy, born Everildo Alfonso, still carried himself as if he were back in 1952, when the suit was new and he was 31 years old. He was at home on Paseo del Prado, a promenade that dates from the 18th century and still offers a peek into worlds old and new. Read More

European owned Cuban-websites blacklisted by United States

Steven Marshall, the owner of T&M and affiliated websites such as,, and, is a British travel agent with an interest in Cuban culture who sells tours to Cuba to European tourists. Read More

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