Fidel Castro, Hugo Chavez Meet Fraternally

1 Havana, Jun 29. -The leader of the Cuban Revolution, Fidel Castro, and Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez held a fraternal meeting in this capital. During their conversation on Tuesday, the two leaders remembered moments of previous meetings, Cuba's nightly TV news program reported. Some of Chavez´ relatives also were present at the meeting. Cuban television is expected to report further

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Fidel, Raul Castro Congratulate Cuban Physicians in Haiti

0 Havana, May 16. -The leader of the Cuban Revolution, Fidel Castro, and President Raul Castro, congratulated the island´s medical brigade for its work in fighting the cholera epidemic in Haiti. Cuba Vice President Esteban Lazo Hernandez, who led the island´s delegation to Haitian President Michel Martelly´s inauguration, moved the congratulation to 944 members of the brigade, Granma newspaper reported

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Fidel Castro Attends Closing of Cuban Communist Congress

0 Havana, Apr 19. -The leader of the Cuban Revolution, Fidel Castro, attended the closing on Tuesday of the 6th Party Congress of the Communist Party of Cuba. Cuban 6th Party Congress Concludes  During the congress, which began on Saturday at Havana's International Conference Center, delegates discussed and approved the Central Report presented by Raúl Castro at the opening session.

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Fidel Castro Addresses Cuban University Students

2 Havana, Nov 18. -The leader of the Cuban Revolution, Fidel Castro, ratified today the ideas he conveyed in a speech he delivered at Havana University''s main lecture hall five years ago this date. "I must say I was surprised by the validity of the ideas I expressed then, which five years after are more valid than in those days,

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Fidel Castro Attends US Professor’s Lecture

1 Havana, Sep 15. -The leader of the Cuban Revolution, Fidel Castro, attended a lecture in Havana, "Climatic Consequences of a Nuclear Conflict," by U.S. scientist Alan Robock of Rutgers University. Only disarmament will prevent the possibility of an environmental catastrophe, stated the expert, a professor at the university in the U.S. state of New Jersey, according to Cuba's early

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