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New York Celebrates ‘Day of Rebellion’ in Solidarity with Cuba

“We will never return to the past of torture, inequality, illiteracy, and oppression against which Fidel and his comrades rose on July 26, 1953,” a Cuban official said. New Yorkers paid tribute to Cuba’s revolutionary leader Fidel Castro Sunday while … Continue reading

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Cuban Doctors Protest Trump’s Policy Against Cuba

Pretoria, Jul 28 (Prensa Latina) The Cuban medical brigade working in Northern Cape has condemned today the recent statements by American President, Donald Trump, aimed at worsening the blockade on the Caribbean country. A note received by the Prensa Latina … Continue reading

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Solidarity With Cuba Floods the Historic Center of San Salvador

San Salvador, July 28 (Prensa Latina) With homage to Hugo Chavez, Schafik Handal and Farabundo Marti, the Central American Meeting of Solidarity with Cuba will continue today, initiated with a demonstration. Thousands of Salvadorans and delegates from other nations walked … Continue reading

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Building a computerized society

Cuba assessed by the International Telecommunications Union • Class of 2017 graduates from the University of Computer Sciences According to Dr. Miriam Nicado García, rector of the University of Computer Sciences (UCI), the recently approved policy on the computerization of … Continue reading

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El Salvador to Host Regional Solidarity Meeting with Cuba

The event is said to strengthen regional dialogue and raise the level of consensus on issues of common interest. El Salvador announced Monday that the country will hold a regional solidarity meeting with Cuba to show solidarity with the government … Continue reading

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Commitment to Cuba is Permanent, Say Pastors for Peace

Havana, Jul 24 (Prensa Latina) Regarding solidarity with Cuba, Pastors for Peace ”does not take vacations or spare time,” said members of the US inter-religious group, participants in the 28th US-Cuba Friendship Caravan. During a media conference at the main … Continue reading

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Mexican Activists Call for US to End Blockade Against Cuba

The solidarity group denounced Trump’s move to reverse a diplomatic opening between the two countries. The Mexican Solidarity Movement with Cuba demanded the United States lift the blockade against socialist government Saturday, marching to the U.S. embassy in Mexico City. … Continue reading

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Britain’s Open University Bows to US Pressure over Cuba

The Open University states their new policy that bans applications from Cuban students has been adopted to avoid repercussions from the U.S. The Open University, OU, is one of Europe’s largest universities with 250,000 students, 50,000 of which are based … Continue reading

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Raul Castro Denounces Trump’s Cuba Policy as a ‘Setback’

The Cuban revolutionary leader said his country remains open to negotiating with the United States. Cuban President Raul Castro on Friday denounced U.S. President Donald Trump’s changes to relations with Havana, saying they ignored broad public support for better relations. … Continue reading

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Pastors for Peace Highlights Legacy of Reverend Lucius Walker

Havana, Jul 14 (Prensa Latina) Members of the 28th Caravan of the United States-Cuba Friendship of Pastors for Peace highlighted today the legacy of Rev. Lucius Walker, initiator of this solidarity initiative 25 years ago. After laying a wreath in … Continue reading

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