Pastors for Peace Caravan Gets to Mexico and Readies to Bring Aid to Cuba

1 Havana, Cuba, Jul 20.- The Pastors for Peace Caravan to Cuba is already in Mexico after crossing the US border on Thursday. The solidarity action with Cuba takes place for the 23th time challenging the US economic blockade of the island, and as a strong demand for the return to Cuba of the five antiterrorist fighters held in the

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U.S.-Cuba Friendshipment Caravan Crosses Mexican Border

0 Washington, Jul 19.- The 23rd Pastors for Peace Caravan will cross the Mexican border on Thursday carrying 100 tons of donations that it will take to Cuba, in a challenge to the U.S.-imposed economic, financial and commercial blockade on the island nation. The caravan members will depart in the morning from McAllen, Texas, and will cross the Hidalgo international

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Pastors for Peace Caravan Prepares to Cross US Mexico Border

0 Washington, Jul 18.- The Thirteenth Annual Friendshipment Caravan sponsored by Pastors for Peace arrived today in McAllen, Texas, where it is preparing to cross the border into Mexico, carrying 100 tons of humanitarian supplies for Cuba, collected in Canada and the United States. According to the website for the philanthropic project, in defiance of the blockade imposed by Washington

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Pastors for Peace Caravan Bound for Cuba on Saturday

0 Havana, Cuba, Jul 17.- The 23rd Pastors for Peace Friendshipment Caravan to Cuba is expected to arrive here   Saturday, July 21 after having toured the US and Canada to collect humanitarian aid for the Cuban people and expose the damage inflicted on the island by the US economic blockade. After covering nine different routes across North America, the caravan

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Pastors for Peace Caravan Tours US, Canada

1 Havana, Jul 6, -Pastors for Peace, a project of the Interreligious Foundation for Community Organization (IFCO) has begun its annual tour of the United States and Canada to denounce the economic blockade of Cuba. Members of the 21st US-Cuba Friendship Caravan will also speak out against laws prohibiting Americans from traveling to the island, Granma newspaper reported on Monday.

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