Cuba Insists on Nuclear Ban at Argentinian Forum

3 Buenos Aires, Aug 23 .- The only way to guarantee that human kind will never again suffer the terrible impact of nuclear weapons is their ban and total elimination, said Cuba in an important forum on nuclear disarmament in this capital. Cuba stand was reiterated by Deputy Head of Multilateral Affairs of the Foreign Ministry, Rodolfo Benitez, before the

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Ban Ki Moon Calls for Ban on Nuclear Tests

0 Havana, Cuba, Aug 30.- UN Secretary General Ban Ki Moon called for the signing of an international treaty banning the tests of nuclear weapons, since he considered it an initiative that would guarantee a safer world. In his speech marking International Day against Nuclear Tests on August 29, Ki Moon said that such actions continue to pose a threat

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Cuba Insists in the Total Elimination of Nuclear Arsenals

0 Havana, Cuba, Aug 8.- Cuba reiterated its position on the elimination of all nuclear arsenals, at an international conference against nuclear weapons, held in the Japanese city of Hiroshima to mark the 67 anniversary of the nuclear bombardment of that city and Nagasaki in August 1945. Speaking at the conference, Cuban ambassador Jose Fernandez de Cossio expressed Cuba’s policy

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Fidel Castro Meets with Peace Cruise Activists

0 Havana, Mar 2. – The leader of the Cuban Revolution, Fidel Castro, called to spread the impacts of nuclear weapons on human race, during a meeting with 700 activists of the Peace Cruise, who are visiting this capital. The Cuban leader talked with an atomic bomb survivor from Hiroshima and Nagasaki, and a witness of the Fukushima nuclear plant

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Fidel Castro: The Empire and the War

2 Havana, Jun 2. -Cuban Revolution leader Fidel Castro asked if President Barack Obama will be able to enjoy the excitement of a second presidential term without seeing the Pentagon or the State of Israel use their nuclear weapons on Iran. In his article entitled "The Empire and the War," Fidel Castro considered two unavoidable questions: "Will Obama be able

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