Castro's Cuban Flag Flies Over People's Republic of Brooklyn
Speaking in front of an array of foreign pennants outside the building before the raising of the island country's colors, Mr. Adams saluted the agreement U.S. President Barack Obama and Cuban President Raul Castro made last year to allow trade between ...
Castro speech conveys strength, confidence of Cuban Revolution
In another sign of the strength and confidence of revolutionary Cuba, President Raúl Castro gave a speech at the July 15 closing session of the National Assembly of People's Power describing the country's economic progress despite Washington's embargo.
Senate panel votes to lift Cuba travel ban
US envoy to UN visits Cuba's UN Mission, a first in decades
A history of diplomatic relations between Cuba and the US
Fidel Castro Special Teams American Heroes Channel, Discovery Latin America
The one-hour documentary looks at the life of Cuban leader Fidel Castro through the eyes of intelligence workers who observed him for more than half-century. It will premiere on AHC in 4Q 2015, and on Discovery Networks International's factual channels ...
Cuban youngsters will pay homage to Hugo Chavez and Fidel Castro
Cuban youngsters will pay homage to Hugo Chavez and Fidel Castro HAVANA, Cuba, Aug 3 (acn) Cuban youths will pay honor to Revolution commanders Hugo Chavez and Fidel Castro during a historic tour named From Bolivar to Marti, August 6 to 19 in ...
Radio Cadena Agramonte
An Internet Legend: the Pope, Fidel and the Black President
In 1973, just returned from a visit to Vietnam, Commander Fidel Castro was (speaking to international journalists). The journalist Bryan Davis from an English agency asked: “When do you think relations between Cuba and the United States, two countries ...
The Revolution That Almost Wasn't
Cuba: A Path to Internationalisation
Cuba marks Castro uprising anniversary with call for US embargo end
Santiago de Cuba (Cuba) (AFP) - Cuba marked the anniversary of Fidel Castro's first armed uprising 62 years ago with calls for an end to the US embargo and the return of the US naval base at Guantanamo.
A Day Of Triumph In A Time Of Change: Cuba's High Holiday Explained
Cuba Marks Fidel Castro Uprising Anniversary With Call for US Embargo End
Cuba tones down anti-US rhetoric during revolution's main holiday
Cuba's Fidel Castro appears in public for second time in a week
Cuba's former President Fidel Castro reappeared in public for the second time in a week, at a meeting with officials and civil servants of the Interior Ministry, whom he presented with diplomas for their work in food production. The official Cuban ...
Left-Wing Magazine Plans Posh Trip To Castro's Cuba
Cuba: Fidel Castro Makes Second Public Appearance in a Week
Fidel Castro just made his second public appearance in a week
Raul Castro calls for new Cuba-US relationship
The Cuban President, Raul Castro, has said his country must establish a new kind of relationship with the United States. In a speech to the National Assembly, Mr Castro said that, for normal relations to resume, a US embargo on Cuba would have to be ...
RAUL CASTRO: Cuba is ready to peacefully coexist with the United States
Raúl Castro seeks to put past behind Cuba and peacefully coexist with US
Raul Castro Eyes 'New Stage' for US-Cuba as Ties to Resume
Indian Country Today Media Network
When Mad Bear Met Fidel: How Castro's Cuba Advanced Native Sovereignty
Indian Country Today Media Network
After the 1959 revolution, Fidel Castro's nationalization of hundreds of private businesses and growing communist policies alienated the U.S. By 1962 President Kennedy had imposed a full economic embargo against Cuba, reinforcing Castro's relationship ...
Economic sanctions on Cuba to thaw slowly
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
There has been a discernible thaw among younger Cuban-Americans in their attitude toward former Cuban dictator Fidel Castro and his 84-year-old brother Raul, who succeeded him in 2006. But given the unrelenting antipathy among Cuba's aging but still ...
Brown: Cuba-US relations good, but embargo must go
Cuban cigarmakers look to light up US market
Cuban exiles hope diplomatic thaw can help them regain confiscated property