Haiti Reaffirms Support to Cuba in Fight Against U.S. Blockade

1 Port au Prince, Sep 6.- Haiti reiterated its willingness to continue supporting Cuba in the fight against the economic, commercial and financial blockade imposed by the United States for over fifty years. That stance was confirmed during a meeting of the new Haitian Foreign Minister Pierre Casimir with Cuban Ambassador Ricardo Garcia, Cuban diplomatic sources told Prensa Latina today.

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Washington Has No Authority to Judge Cuba, Foreign Ministry Statement

1 HAVANA, Cuba, Aug 1.- The Cuban Foreign Ministry issued a statement on Tuesday strongly rejecting Washington’s inclusion of the island on its black list of countries that sponsor terrorism, and stressed that the United States has no authority to judge Cuba given its long-time use of state terrorism against the island. The Foreign Ministry’s statement explains that once again

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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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Dominicans in Solidarity with Cuba

2 Santo Domingo, Oct 7. -Dominican organizations of solidarity with Cuba have been carrying out events this week to mark the anniversary of the death of Cuban-Argentinian guerrilla Ernesto Che Guevara, against the US blockade and for the freedom of The Five anti-terrorist Cuban fighters unfairly held in US prisons. Organizers, including the Dominican Campaign of Solidarity with Cuba and

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S. Africa Condemned US Blockade on Cuba

1 Johannesburg, May 4. -The premier of the province of Kwazulu Natal, Zweli Mkhize expressed his opposition to the US blockade against Cuba in an interview with the Cuban Ambassador to the African country Angel Villa. For almost half a century Washington has imposed a strong economic, commercial and financial fence on the island in a vain attempt to subdue

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