RAUL CASTRO, who has laboured in the shadow of his brother Fidel since the days of their revolution, has become Cuba's new president, ending his brother's 49-year rule and washing away hopes that a younger generation might take power.
Comrade Fidel Castro on Sunday sent a message to the Round Table prime-time radio and television program thanking young writer Katiuska Blanco for the love and respect with which she wrote a book on his father. Read More
Women writers, academics and specialists in Latin America and the Caribbean were discussing last week in Havana about Violence, counter violence in the culture of Latin American and Caribbean women. Read More
Representatives of Portuguese social and political organizations ratified on Wednesday their solidarity with the Cuban Revolution during a meeting in Lisbon with a visiting delegation of the Cuban Workers' Confederation ''CTC''. Read More
Todays news that Fidel Castro has retired from leading his nation proves yet again that this important figure defies the attempts of his critics to paint him simply as a power-hungry authoritarian. Read More