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Fidel, Chavez moment after failed 2002 coup captured

Havana - Cuban leader Fidel Castro and Hugo Chavez shared their amazement and joy upon the triumphal return to power of the late Venezuelan leader after a brief coup in 2002, an exchange vividly captured in a transcript released Friday.
In the Media by AFP

Castro holds court on sidelines of Havana summit

Havana - Fidel Castro, the 87-year-old father of the Cuban revolution, held court on the sidelines of a regional summit here this week, looking alert and well in his numerous meetings with foreign leaders.
In the Media by AFP

Pope says Mass in Cuba's Revolution Plaza

Many thousands of Cubans turned out to hear the Pope say Mass in Havana, Cuba's capital city, with President Raul Castro sitting in the front row. Many worshippers had waited hours to see the Pontiff.
In the Media by Amanda Payne - 6 comments

Cuba to release 2,900 prisoners as goodwill gesture

Havana - New just in: The Cuban government has stated that it will release 2,900 prisoners, including some convicted of political activity, within the next few days.
In the Media by Tim Sandle - 2 comments

Op-Ed: Human rights a foreign phrase to Cuban government

Cuba is an example of an international subject with a Texas tie-in, and particularly the Houston/Galveston area, which includes ShadeyHill Ranch, where we have a sizeable Cuban population. In fact, the guy who makes my hand-rolled cigars is Cuban.
In the Media by John David Powell - 4 comments

WikiLeaks: Castro almost died in 2006 

Cuban leader Fidel Castro came very close to dying in 2006 from a perforated intestine, a new WikiLeaks cable reveals. Castro recently praised WikiLeaks and it's founder Julian Assange.
In the Media by David Silverberg

Fidel Castro speaks to Cuban parliament

Havana - Former Cuban leader Fidel Castro spoke to parliament for the first time in more than four years, warning of a nuclear war involving the US and Iran.
In the Media by Lynn Curwin - 15 comments

Senator Menendez speaks against bill's Cuban debt 'blackmail'

Protesting a Cuban provision that was inserted into the $447 billion omnibus bill, Senator Menendez highlighted the irresponsible behaviors of the Cuban regime with regard to its global debt obligations.
In the Media by Michael Krebs

Castro's sister admits history of working with CIA

On the eve of the launching of her book, Fidel Castro's younger sister Juanita revealed she worked with the CIA during the early years of his brother's regime.
In the Media by Leo Reyes - 2 comments

Honduras Vows to 'Stop Zelaya Plane' UPDATE: Flight Diverted

Ousted Honduran president Manuel Zelaya is scheduled to fly out of DC to Honduras today, accompanied by the leaders of Argentina and Ecuador. In response, the interim Honduran government says it will refuse landing rights to any plane carrying Zelaya.
In the Media by Johnny Simpson - 1 comment
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