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
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
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
The strange and unique combination of humbleness and greatness only belongs to exceptional people, like the case of Cuban Patriot Mariana Grajales Cuello, one of the most illustrious women in Cuban history.
How many countries in the world have nuclear weapons? If you search on Internet you will find that 8 countries have developed nuclear weapons. Five of them: United States, the Russian Federation (inherited the arsenals from the former Soviet Union), Britain, France and China, are considered nuclear armed states, according to the Non-Proliferation Treaty
In recent reflections, Fidel Castro has written more than once that the risk of a nuclear war has not disappeared in the world. In fact the nuclear arsenals still store the possibility of destroying the world several times
Tense calm is what humanity is currently living through. The Persian Gulf is the scenario. The protagonists: US and Israeli military vessels deployed in the area with orders to inspect Iranian ships or any other that navigate towards that nation
After a long intense political campaign in which the population played an important role, Fidel Castro and the rest of the rebels that attacked the Moncada and Carlos Manuel de Cespedes Garrisons were pardoned on May 15th, 1955.
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