Gerardo Hernández Nordelo (Manuel Viramontes), Biography

Gerardo Hernández Nordelo was born in Havana on June 4, 1965, the third and youngest son of Gerardo Hernández Martí, since deceased, and Carmen Nordelo Tejera

Argentinean Climbers to Visit Cuba for The Five

The Argentinean youngsters that climbed the Aconcagua (almost 7,000 meters above sea level) to demand the release of the five Cuban Heroes unfairly incarcerated in the United States have announced that they will travel to Cuba on Thursday

Lawyer Jose Pertierra Dennounces New Farce in Posada’s Case

Jose Pertierra, the lawyer that represents Venezuela in the request of extradition of terrorist Luis Posada Carriles, who took refuge in the United States (where he has remained over the last five years), denounced on Monday the new farce in this case

Cuban Five: Laura Labañino Motivations for a Sunday election

Laura Labañino, the daughter of Ramon, one of the Cuban Five, has two important things to do this Sundays: to congratulate her mother on her birthday and to exercise the right to vote, as her father requested her over the phone

Relatives of the Cuban Five Speak on-line with Friends of Cuba

The on-line debate for the release of the five Cuban antiterrorism fighters and on the occasion of International Workers Day, to be celebrated on May 1st, included the participation of relatives of The Five, unfairly incarcerated in the United States

Cuban Five Receive Support from Slovakia and Japan

Slovakian supporters of the five Cubans unfairly jailed in the United States sent messages of solidarity to them and their families in Cuba.

More Jamaicans in Solidarity with the Cuban Five

More voices continue joining in Jamaica the campaign of solidarity with the five Cuban antiterrorists unfairly incarcerated in the United States

Ecuadorean Youngsters to Climb Two Volcanoes in Support of the Cuban Five

Members of the Rebel Culture Movement from Ecuador will begin on Saturday the ascent of the Cayambe and Chimborazo volcanoes, in order to demand the release from prison of the five Cuban antiterrorists unfairly incarcerated in US jails

Release of the Cuban Five Demanded in Argentina

During a march against impunity, held in the Argentinian city of Neuquén, a group of youngsters held up a flag in favor of the release from prison of the five Cuban heroes unfairly incarcerated in the United States

South African Leader Demands Release of Cuban Antiterrorists Imprisoned in the US

The General Secretary of the African National Congress (ANC), Gwede Mantache, condemned the almost 50-year-old US blockade of Cuba and demanded the immediate release of five Cuban antiterrorist fighters who remain unjustly imprisoned in the United States since 1998 for monitoring Florida-based extreme right groups that were planning and carrying out terrorist actions against the Caribbean nation


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