Arnulfo Olivera Montero, a fisherman with roots on solid ground

1 Arnulfo Olivera Montero was born in Niquero, Granma, and despite he is a fisherman he put down roots in Santa Cruz del Sur. Now he is one of the 21 smallholders, devoted specially to the rice sowing. Ever since i opened my eyes i knew what to work in a famrm means. That is why I chose to produce

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Assange Fears for his Life if Extradited to USA

1 London, Dec 25. -WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, now free on bail in the UK, believes his extradition to USA is politically impossible because he is at risk of being killed there. Assange told The Guardian newspaper it would be unlikely for British authorities to hand him over to the United States if he has public support in the UK.

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The blockade reflects the insensitivity of the United States Government

14 Santa Cruz del Sur, Oct 26. –A man from Santa Cruz del Sur, as many pacients from this island, thanks to the Cuban Revolution for his life. He is aware that he would have died in any other country without the attention and sleepless nights that any pacient receives here, no matter how expensive they are for the country

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Guinea-Bissau President on First Official Visit to Cuba

0 Havana, Aug 28. -Guinea-Bissau President Malam Bacai Sanha begins on Saturday his first official visit to Cuba, where he will meet with Cuban President Raul Castro to broaden bilateral ties. The Bissau-Guinean leader visited Cuba in 1996 when he headed his country''s People''s National Assembly. His country established diplomatic relations with Cuba in October 1973. On this occasion, the

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Reflections of Comrade Fidel: The Opinion Of An Expert

7 If I were to be asked who best knows about Israeli thinking, I would answer that without question it is Jeffrey Goldberg. He is an indefatigable journalist, capable of having dozens of meetings to ascertain how some Israeli leader or intellectual may think. He is not neutral, of course; he is pro-Israeli, no ands ifs or buts. When one

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Reflections by Fidel Castro Ruz : The Brotherhood Between the Bolivarian Republic and Cuba

0 Radio Cadena Agramonte,Apr 19. -I had the privilege of having a conversation for three hours last Thursday the 15th with Hugo Chávez, the president of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela: he had the courtesy to visit our country once again, this time en route from Nicaragua. On just a few occasions, perhaps never, have I known a person who

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Venezuela: Popular Counterattack

2 Caracas, Apr 13. -Venezuela commemorates the eighth anniversary of President Hugo Chavez' return to power, after he was ousted by a military coup for two days, with actions Tuesday favoring the civic-military alliance that marked those events. The swearing-in ceremony of 34,000 militiamen at the centric Bolivar Avenue today symbolizes the spirit of those actions, when the population, along

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