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Green Left Weekly
Cuba: Veteran revolutionary Melba Hernandez passes away
The Cuban Communist Party said heroine Melba Hernandez, a member of the party's Central Committee and parliamentary deputy passed away March 9, from complications linked to Diabetes Mellitus, a disease she had suffered from during years.
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Castrogonia earns silver medal in "most repressed economy" Olympics
The 2014 Index of Economic Freedom ranks Castrogonia next to last in the world, in 177th place.
Tue Mar 11, 2014
Castro's "Master Plan against the Gringos!" finally ...
Fidel Castro courts newly elected Venezuelan President Romulo Betancourt in Jan. 1959.
Bergen: Dianne Feinstein is no bomb thrower
As the head of the Senate Intelligence Committee she has, for instance, been a stalwart public defender of the National Security Agency's controversial bulk collection of phone data in the United States.
Reports from Cuba: What Is Happening in Venezuela Worries Cuba
In one way or another, Cuba is taking note of the street protests occurring these days in Venezuela.
Asbury Park Press
Castro's daughter to speak at Georgian Court tonight
Fidel Castro's daughter Alina Fernandez will share her insight into Cuba's elite during a talk Tuesday at Georgian Court University.
San Juan Islander
CUBA Fifty Years after the Missile Crisis March 12
Judy Chovan will present at slide-illustrated talk about her recent trip to Cuba at 7 p.m. Wednesday, March 12 at the Mullis Center.
Doing business with Cuba's Castro dictatorship: Investor Beware
Since the 2006 announcement by the Cuban government that octogenarian Fidel Castro had transferred power to his brother Raul, there has been increasing speculation regarding political and economic changes in Cuba.
Mon Mar 10, 2014
Associated Press reports of TORTURE in CUBA
But it took place in 1953. From the AP story today on the death in Cuba of of "Heroine of the Revolution" and Moncada assaultant Melba Hernandez.
Newsstand: March 10, 2014
The Monday after losing an hour's sleep to Daylight Saving Time has to be among the worst Mondays of all time.
BC-AP News Coverage Advisory 1445 GMT
Here's a look at how AP's general news coverage is shaping up today. Some plans are subject to change.
Aftershock from January quake felt from Cuba to Key West
It apparently takes time to open the gates of hell wide enough to be able to fit a heinous and murderous monster like Fidel Castro.
Honoring a Venezuelan tyrant amid bloody protests
Venezuela may be roiling with massive and often bloody anti-government protests, but that didn't stop a rogues gallery of Latin leftists, including Cuban President Raul Castro, from turning up in Caracas to honor the late Hugo Chvez on the first anniversary of his death.
Sun Mar 09, 2014
The Free Dictionary
Batista Leads a Successful Coup in Cuba
Batista initially rose to power as part of the 1933 "Revolt of the Sergeants" that overthrew the authoritarian rule of Gerardo Machado .
Cuba "experts" smitten with Oliver Stone's Castro infomercials
You will never guess who screened and hailed Stone's Castro infomercial "Looking For Fidel" promptly upon its release in 2004...Yes Julia Sweig made sure the screening was at the Council on Foreign Relations..
Real Clear Politics
The Futility of Sanctions on Russia
In 1980, after the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan, President Jimmy Carter came up with a way to retaliate: stopping grain sales to Moscow.
Sat Mar 08, 2014
The Miami Herald
Andres Oppenheimer: Mexico's new friend: Castro's Cuba
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Oliver Stone Does Venezuela
Famous foe of imperialism Oliver Stone just premiered his documentary "Mi Amigo Hugo " in the Cuban colony of Venezuela .
Fri Mar 07, 2014
The Miami Herald
Cuban cultural exchange in Key West draws ire from some exiles
Renowned contemporary Cuban artist Roberto Fabelo gazed at his painting of a large rooster with two nude women riding it like a horse.
Reports from Cuba: Fidel, the Lawyer Who Never Won a Case
The awarding of the National Law Prize to Fidel Castro-who abolished the judicial branch, established "revolutionary courts," did away with procedural guarantees, and outlawed unfettered advocacy-is a mockery of justice.