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US Administrations Earmarked Over $200 Million for Subversion Plans against Cuba Since 1997

News from Cuba | Sunday, 27 November 2011

From the Cuban News AgencyU.S. administrations since 1997 have earmarked more than $200 million for subversion plans against the Cuban government, reads an article published on Tuesday by the www.cubadebate. cu website.The figure was released after a study carried out by Just the Facts, a civilian guide to the U.S ... read more

Tony Woodley will speak with mothers of the Five at Latin America conference workshop

Campaign News | Thursday, 24 November 2011

Tony Woodley, former general secretary of Unite the Union, will speak at a special workshop on the Campaign for Justice for the Miami Five at this year's Latin America 2011 conference at the TUC on Saturday 3 December.He will be joined by Mirta Rodriguez, Irma Sehwerert, and Magali Llort, mothers ... read more

Order your unique Miami 5 greetings cards

Campaign News | Thursday, 24 November 2011

These unique greetings cards feature 4 full colour original cartoons by Miami 5 prisoner Gerardo Hernández.All proceeds from the sale of these cards will go towards campaigning for freedom for the Miami Five.The cards are blank inside for your own seasonal/revolutionary message.For full details and to order in time for ... read more

Ecuadorean President Thanks Cuba's Assistance in the Public Health Sector

News from Cuba | Wednesday, 23 November 2011

Ecuadorean president Rafael Correa thanked Cuba's cooperation with his nation, particularly in the Manuela Espejo Solidarity Mission, a nationwide study carried out by Cuban health professionals in Ecuador for the benefit of the disabled people.During a meeting with reporters in Quito, Correa noted that bilateral cooperation between Cuba and Ecuador ... read more

Cuba to overhaul postal service

News from Cuba | Tuesday, 22 November 2011

Original story from EFE news agencyCuba's postal service will become a state-owned corporate group next year bent on modernizing its administraton and seeking greater efficiency and quality as part of President Raul Castro's effort to "modernize" the island's socialist economic model.The official economy weekly Opciones said that Correos de Cuba ... read more

Our men in Havana

Campaign News | Sunday, 13 November 2011

Support the Music Fund for Cuba's first Havana marathon runnersThe Music Fund for Cuba has its first runners participating in the Marabana Marathon in Havana this November. Brothers Ollie and Tom Hopkins, who both live in north London, will be running the 26.2 mile course on Sunday 20 November to ... read more

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Campaign News | Friday, 11 November 2011

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Labour movement appeals to Obama on behalf of Miami Five

Campaign News | Monday, 7 November 2011

Eighteen general secretaries have signed a letter to President Obama calling for Miami 5 prisoner René González to be allowed to return home to Cuba following his release from a US jail last month.René is one of the Miami 5, five Cubans unjustly imprisoned in US jails since 1998 for ... read more

Cuba Takes Lead Role in Haiti’s Cholera Fight

News from Cuba | Monday, 7 November 2011

by Randel C Archibold for the New York TimesMIREBALAIS, Haiti - The family from a nearby village arrived at the small hospital here vomiting and with uncontrollable diarrhea, at first glance maybe a typical case of consuming bad food or water.But the fluid loss was tremendous and unstoppable; two of ... read more

Harold Pinter in Havana

Campaign News | Monday, 7 November 2011

By Andy de la Tour reporting on the Havana Theatre FestivalOur group of actors didn’t know quite what to expect when we took our show, ‘Harold Pinter in Cuba’, to Havana for the 14th International Havana Theatre Festival. In the event, it was a bigger success than we dared hope. ... read more

Cuba's National Day of Culture a great success in London

Campaign News | Sunday, 6 November 2011

Raíces Cubanas, led by virtuoso violinist and musical director Omar Puente, headlined a fabulous night to celebrate Cuba’s national day of Culture in October. The event at Conway Hall was a packed out, fun filled evening which also featured dance and poetry sets from Tio Molina, beautiful boleros from Yuri ... read more