NATO Bombs Tripoli and Brega, Kills 16

2 Tripoli, May 14. -NATO planes once more bombed the Libyan capital and the oil city of Brega, killing at least 16 people, government sources informed, and denied stories concerning Muammar Gaddafi''s health. The main NATO target was a building located in the Bab Al-Aziziyah compound where Gaddafi usually resides, the local state television reported, but denied stories that Gaddafi

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Del Toro Films in Havana Unrecognized

0 Havana, Mar 12. -Unrecognizable at first glance, Puerto Rican actor Benicio del Toro is filming like at home one of the stories of the film "Sietes Dias en la Habana" (Seven Days in Havana), a portrait of the Cuban capital drawn by an equal number of directors. Only a perspicacious movie-goer would be able to identify him while filming

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U.S. Government Paid Miami Reporters to Be Biassed against Cuba

12 Washington, May 29. -A civic group will shortly disclose evidence on how the U.S. Government covertly paid tens of thousands of dollars to Miami journalists working for major media outlets to incendiary stories against Cuba and five Cuban antiterrorists. The evidence has been uncovered by the National Committee to Free the Cuban Five, which next June 2 will make

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