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Fidel Castro describes as dangerous Middle East Situation

<div align="justify"> HAVANA, Cuba (acn) Cuban Revolution leader Fidel Castro analized the current situation in the Middle East, which he dubbed dangerous,during the Cuban Television Round Table program.  <br /> </div> Read More

Cuba and Puerto Rico: Example of Unbreakable Friendship

<div align="justify"> Thursday, 24 June 2010 09:43. HAVANA, Cuba.- The 19th Juan Ruis Rivera Solidarity Brigade from Puerto Rico is currently visiting the island and is staying at the Julio Antonio Mella International Camp on the outskirts of Havana where they will do voluntary work in the agricultural sector. </div> Read More

Seminar on Jose Martí and Jose Rizal

21 June 2010 - The Philippine Embassy in Cuba reported that it conducted a seminar on the striking resemblances in the life and patriotism of Jose Rizal and Jose Marti, the national heroes of the Philippines and Cuba, respectively, in Havana on June 18. Read More

Cuba to celebrate national day next to Che Guevara's grave

<div align="justify"> Cuba will celebrate its national holiday on July 26 in the city of Santa Clara, next to the mausoleum dedicated to the legendary Argentine-Cuban guerrilla Ernesto Che Guevara, the official daily Granma reported Saturday. </div> Read More

Cuba topic at World Affairs Council

<div align="justify"> Jonathan Showe, author of &quot;Cuba Rising: An American Insider's Perspective&quot; is scheduled to discuss Cuban society and politics June 30 at a World Affairs Council luncheon in Carmel Valley. </div> Read More

A Much-Slandered People's Achievement

Perhaps the least publicized and, paradoxically, most slandered achievement of the insurrectional struggle that placed the Cuban Revolution in power a little over half a century ago was the way in which, following the victory, the members  of the Batista tyranny were punished in an exemplary way for their crimes and other acts of cruelty. Read More

Cubans to commemorate 115 Anniversary of José Martí's death

The Committee of José Martí Institutions will commemorate the 115 anniversary of José Martí's death with a program that includes until May 28, conferences, roundtables, book presentations and exhibitions. Read More

Casa de las Americas, National Monument

La Casa, as we colloquially know it, that which opens its doors and windows for all those who want to know about the traditions and cultural task of the continent, has been declared national monument. Read More

US family finds traces of slave-trade past in Cuba

James DeWolf Perry VI's great-great-great-great-great-grandfather used African slaves to grow coffee on this rocky hillside outside Havana,Madruga town  and to him its thorny weeds and small sugar plots feel haunted. Read More

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