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René González Permitted to Remain in Cuba Print E-mail

In a huge development in the case of the Cuban Five, the court has finally granted a motion, first made last June, to allow René González to serve the remaining portion of his three-year parole in Cuba, after which he will of course be able to remain in Cuba, outside the jurisdiction of the court. Until this time, the court has required him to spend that parole at an undisclosed location in Florida, requiring him to remain in virtual seclusion because of the danger to his life from the very terrorists whose plots he and the other members of the Five came to the U.S. to expose.

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Canadians for Release of Cuban Five Print E-mail

Havana, Apr 25 (Prensa Latina) Members of the Canadian Che Guevara solidarity brigade demanded today the release of five anti-terrorist Cuban fighters unfairly held in US prisons.

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News on Cuba - April 10, 2013 Print E-mail

New Injustice in the Case of the Cuban Five

HAVANA, Cuba, Apr 9 (acn) Authorities of the penitentiary of Victorville, California, forbid renowned actor Danny Glover to pay a scheduled visit to Gerardo Hernandez, informed a communique of the International Committee for the Freedom of the Five.

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Disinformation on Cuba Print E-mail

Condemn Media Campaign Against Revolutionary Cuba

by Tony Seed

The Toronto Star and El Nuevo Herald, the Spanish-language sister publication of the Miami Herald, have conspired to publish a sensationalist series on "sex tourism" to Cuba. The series began precisely one month to the day following the "visit" by Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird to Cuba on February 15, 2013 and his provocative meeting with "dissidents." "He pledged Canada's support for efforts to secure freedom, democracy, human rights and the rule of law," his department said at the time in a release, "in the only remaining Communist country in the Western hemisphere." Now the "dissidents" have emerged, writes Andrew Brett, to form the main "source" for the Toronto-Miami media disinformation blaming the Cuban people and government, who are the victims, for "sex tourism." Far from being a coincidence, the series serves the agenda of the Harper government of political destabilization and isolation of all opposition to imperialist dictate in the Americas.

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News on Cuba - March 20, 2013 Print E-mail

Fidel Castro's Legacy in Africa Extolled in Sudan

Khartoum, Mar 20 (Prensa Latina) The example of the leader of the Cuban Revolution, Fidel Castro, and his legacy in Africa, were extolled today by Sudan Health Minister Bahr Idriss Abu-Garda, during an interview with Cuban ambassador Otto Vaillant.

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