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An important disaster in Baracoa, Cuba over 1,000 evacuated.

Over 1,000 people have been evacuated due to flooding triggered by a storm in the eastern tip of Cuba, Spains EFE news agency reported. So far no deaths or injuries have been reported. According to the official press, huge waves crashed over the sea wall of the coastal city of Baracoa and destroyed more than 20 homes. Read More

Guantanamo Algerians Welcome to Come Home: Minister

Algerians held at the Guantanamo Bay prison are welcome to return home but if they face local charges they will be put on trial in Algeria, Justice Minister Tayeb Belaiz said in remarks published on Monday. Read More

Second National Ceramics Event in Eastern Cuba

Nearly a dozen project exhibitions are on display at the Second National Ceramics Event, being held through February 24th in the far eastern province of Guantanamo . Read More

In Sept. 11 Case, U.S. Said to Seek Execution for 6 Prisoners

Military prosecutors have decided to seek the death penalty for six Guantánamo detainees who are to be charged with central roles in the Sept. 11 terror attacks, government officials who have been briefed on the charges said Sunday. Read More

But, More Problems in Guantánano Cuba

After a top commander admitted this week that there is a hidden prison on an illegal US Navy base in Guantanamo, Cuba, the director of a tireless watchdog group tells Prensa Latina about how it exposes lawless violations of human rights in the alleged War on Terror. Read More

The 33rd Vuelta a Cuba ''Tour of Cuba'' Cycling Competition Begins.

One hundred and fourteen cyclists are competing in the overall individual category, consistency, mountain, sprint and best under 23. Read More

Theatre Crusade in the Cuban mountains

The Cruzada Teatral por las Montañas (Theatre Crusade in the Mountains), 1999 National Communitarian Award winner, left to its usual 400 kilometers tour in the Nipe - Sagua - Baracoa mountains. Read More

In Guantanamo, Cuba: Torture to one, interrogation to another

Unbeknownst to most Canadians, the Conservative government has apparently decided what constitutes torture. It's unfortunate, too, because while a debate has been raging south of the border, judgment has been passed here with a nary a discussion. Read More

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