Requiem for Luis

Luis Alberto Corvalán Lepe was born in Pelluco, Chile on September 14th, 1916. He witnessed the shadows and humidity of the prisons. His crime? Being a revolutionary. After the shake down that inflicted the disappearance of the Chilean Communist Party in 1947, he was confined to the concentration camps in Petrufquen and Piragua

Yuri Gagarin: Key to Space

Yuri Alexeievich Gagarin, the first cosmonaut that traveled around the world, for 1 hour and 48 minutes on board the Vostok 1 Spacecraft, visited Cuba on July 24th, 1961 at the invitation of the Cuban government during the July 26th festivities.

José Martí: Consul

It was the month of July of 1890 and maybe due to Marti’s experience and his powerful way of speaking or giving a speech, two nations of the American continent designated him as consul in New York: Argentina on the 24th and Paraguay on the 30th

Hemingway in Cuba

This July 21st, Ernest Miller Hemingway (1899-1961) would have been 111 years old, characterized by incredible dynamics and adventures that are almost a legend

Cuban Imprints in Ernesto Che Guevara’s House-Museum in Argentina

In one of the halls of the Ernesto Che Guevara House-Museum in Alta Gracia, Argentina, the most famous photograph taken by Cuban Alberto Diaz Gutierrez (Korda) on March 5th,1960 of the Heroic Guerrilla is found

The Golden Age: A Book of All Times

The magazine entitled The Golden Age was launched for the first time on July of 1889, literary publication written in New York dedicated for children of Latin America

Gaza and Iran: Distorted Reality

The leader of the Cuban Revolution Fidel Castro has been warning since last week on the risks of a possible nuclear flare up in the Persian Gulf and Straight of Hormuz provoked by the United States and Israel due to the deployment of ships and aircrafts in the region. “The world is hanging by a thread”, said Fidel

Oil Spill Tragedy: Now in Video Games

The oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, characterized by experts as the worst in history with over 500 million liters of crude in the region, has a tremendous ecological and economic impact inflicted by none other than a capitalist transnational

Will the Humanitarian Aid Ever Reach Gaza?

The vessel carrying 2 000 ton of food and medicine destined for the Gaza Strip departed last Saturday from Greece sponsored by a humanitarian organization headed by Saif al Islam Gaddafi, son of the Libyan leader Muamar al-Gaddafi

July 26: Memorable Date in the History of Granma Province

July 26, a date Cuba remembers with great enthusiasm is very much tied to the history of the eastern province of Granma


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