Small Farmers Congress Winds up in Havana

Marino Murillo, Vice-president of the Council of Ministers, said today in this capital that Cuban farmers are ready to increase agricultural yield, in order to contribute to the replacement of imports

March of the Combative People: The Strength of the Cuban People

Threats against Cuba were increasing more than usual and after the tragic incidents that took place at the Peruvian embassy in 1980, statements from US officials and the movements of naval units against the island were on a daily basis

Fidel Castro and Ernest Hemingway: 50 Years of Their First and Only Encounter

I dare to imagine that day as a beautiful Sunday. It was 50 years ago on May 15th, 1960, during a in a fishing day and later at the award ceremony of the 11th Ernest Hemingway International Marlin Fishing Tournament

Cuba Shows Healthy Recovery in International Tourism

After two initial months showing decreases in the amount of visitors, in March and April Cuba recovered its grounds to ratify itself as a leading Caribbean destination in tourism, although it has access to only 50 percent of its natural market because of the U.S. blockade

The latest “RIP” for Cuba

Newsweek magazine published in its website what may be called the funeral march of the Cuban Revolution: just another one.

Villa Clara or Industriales: the One that Must Win

The public debate these days has gone from the everyday problems to the baseball play-off series, Villa Clara vs Industriales

Campaign against Cuba Goes Beyond the Limits of Imagination

The media campaign against Cuba goes beyond the limits of imagination. Now the new farce is endorsed by the U.S. State Department spokesman, Philip Crowley: Cuban dissident Darsi Ferrer was awarded the “honorable mention” of the 2009 Defenders of Freedom Award

Of Strikes and Strikers

“A 65-year-old woman has been on a hunger strike for 25 days in Spain.” The newswire does not mention the woman’s name

Calle 13: A Map for Authenticity

With 12 Grammy awards to its credit and millions of young fans in Iberoamerica, Puerto Rican band Calle 13 has its feet well set on the ground and it has found “a map” for authenticity

Symbol-of-anti-slavery-movement Ship in Cuban Waters

In 1997, filmmaker Steven Spielberg recreated in one of his films the story of a schooner which left Havana in the nineteenth century, full of slaves who rebelled and after taking command of the ship ended up in a point very close to the American coast of Long Island


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