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For many, the answer to the question would you rather rot in a Cuban political prison or struggle to survive in Spain has an obvious answer.
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Demonstrators rally in New York marking 100 days that prisoners at Guantanamo Bay have been on hunger strike.
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You may recall our Artist Spotlight on Kevin Slack's work from 2010. He has continued to make beautiful friends in Cuba and make beautiful photographs of them, so an update on his more recent work seemed in order.
And every day, up to 100 of the 166 inmates send them back. They're protesting their ongoing imprisonment by going on hunger strikes for what is now 100 days.
Exactly 100 years after making the first successful flight between Key West and Havana, Cuba, aviation pioneer Domingo Rosillo del Toro is being honored.
For decades, the hired thugs of Cuba's dictatorship have watched, harassed, intimidated, and viciously beat opponents of the regime with relative impunity.
Want to see the world AND make a difference? Why not join VolunTravel and our own extraordinary RMS 6th grade teacher Craig Dreves on an international service trip in 2014? Upcoming family trips include: HAVANA, CUBA - February 15-22, 2014 and learn about the history and struggles of the Cuban people and conduct smaller volunteer projects while in ... (more)
Guantanamo Hunger Strike/Vigil Begins May 16th at 3:00 PM in front of Portland City Hall Seventy-one-year-old S. Brian Willson, a Viet Nam veteran member of Veterans For Peace, Portland Chapter 72, beginning Sunday, May 12 reduced his food intake by more than 85 percent, fasting on 300 calories a day in solidarity with the 130 uncharged Guantanamo ... (more)
Peace Delegation By: Manuel Paz Havana, Cuba, site of the peace talks. May 3, 2013 April was the month that gave the break for the parties to seek formulas and analyze proposals for the benefit of the majority mired in misery.
This handout photo provided by the Gross family shows Alan and Judy Gross at an unknown location.
John Bellinger is the last person in Washington you'd expect to criticise President Barack Obama for making too many drone strikes.
Warm congratulations to the four seminarians who were ordained to the priesthood for the Archdiocese of Miami last Saturday at St.
Cuba. It's the largest island in the Caribbean, a true paradise for over three million people from around the world who visit each year.
HAVANA, Cuba -- Cuba will host the fourth meeting of the ministerial council on social issues of the Bolivarian Alliance for the Peoples of our America on Friday.
Speaking over a scratchy telephone line from inside a Cuban prison, Sarkis Yacoubian's voice goes suddenly silent.
Like Angelina Jolie, 30-year-old Kirstin Ettengoff of Miami recently made a medical choice that has given her peace of mind.