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Cuba Honors Pastors for Peace Leader: “We Do Not Want to Think of a World without Lucius Walker

September 9, 2010


We do not want to think of a world without Lucius Walker Aida Calviac Mora   THE irony of the blow has shaken us all: when the threat of nuclear war hovers over our heads, one of the irreplaceable men of peace has left us, after 80 years of sincere example. The death has taken […]

Cuba’s Medical Diplomacy

May 15, 2010


Cuban medical personnel assembled and waiting to assist Louisiana after Hurricane Katrina; the US did not take up its neighbour’s offer of help Cuba’s medical diplomacy  By Andrew Jack Published: May 15 2010 00:21 | Last updated: May 15 2010 00:21 When word reached Juan Carrizo that Hurricane Katrina had struck New ­Orleans on August […]

Chinese-Cuban General Begins Speaking Tour in Montreal

March 22, 2010


  Militant/John Steele Cuban brigadier general Armando Choy, center with light shirt, arrives in Montreal to begin speaking tour with events at universities and in Chinese community. Chinese-Cuban general starts speaking tour in Montreal BY JOHN STEELE AND MAGGIE TROWE   MONTREAL, March 16—Retired Cuban brigadier general Armando Choy began a five-day speaking tour here […]


June 9, 2009

Comments Off on FIDEL CASTRO: “OBAMA’S SPEECH IN CAIRO” ==================================================== Reflections by Comrade Fidel OBAMA’S SPEECH IN CAIRO On Thursday the 4th of June, at the Islamic University of Al-Azhar in Cairo, Obama gave a speech of special interest to those of us who are closely following his political actions given the enormous might of the superpower he leads. I cite his very […]