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Obituary Leonard Weinglass: Another error against the Cuban Five

Leonard I. Weinglass

By Jane Franlin Dear Friends in my Cubalists, Len would be amused that I would interrupt my hiatus to bring attention to an error about the case of the five Cuban heroes in his New York Times obituary this morning, an error frequently made by the media and frequently corrected by Len. He would have wanted this

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Cubadebate opens its Web page in French language

Cubadebate Francaise

With versions of Fidel Castro’s Reflections, and news articles about various national and international themes, Cubadebate opens today its Web page in French language that you can find at: http://fr.cubadebate.cu. This Web page joins to the English version, as part of a series of blogs written in at least 8 languages that we have begun to publish as the first step for the redesign of our Website, present on the Internet since august 5th, 2003.

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Antonio's Letter

Cuban Five

Dear friends: Last night our attorney and beloved friend Leonard Weinglass died. The notice reached me this morning through various messages of friends and families. This is one of those occasions where there are no words to express the profound sorrow that one feels for the loss of such a beloved comrade in the struggle.

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From Ballooning to Twittering: Same Method, Assumptions and Purpose But Different Technology

Radio Swan used to broadcast from an island off the Honduras coast

buy essay papers online p>The US-American aggression against Cuba Below the reader will find a document that is not unique when it comes to US policy toward the Cuban government. The document shows one of the first attempts at “informing the Cuban people”. The effort was idiotic then, as similar efforts continue to the present.

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In memory of Leonard Weinglass

Leonard Weinglass

Not that long ago Len came to visit me and we worked for several hours preparing for the next step of my appeal. I noticed at the time that he was tired. I was worried with his advanced age that he was driving alone after a long trip from New York. The weather was bad and the roads from the airport up to Victorville wind through the mountains surrounding the high desert. I mentioned my concern to him but he did not pay it any attention. That was the way he was, nothing stopped him.

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Lawyer Leonard Weinglass Passed Away in New York

buy an essay p> Leonard Weinglass, was a restless fighter for the cause of five Cubans who have been in US prisons since 1998, internationally known as the Cuban Five. He died on the same day he was born back in 1933. Weinglass would have turned 78 today, since he died on the same day

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Free the Five is heard at Left Forum

Cuban heroes

By Tom Whitney Solidarity with the Cuban Five political prisoners was evident this year at the Left Forum held March 18 – 20 at Pace University in New York City. Under the auspices of the Louisville (KY) Committee for the Five, Cuban Five supporters from New York, Pennsylvania, Maine, and Kentucky were on hand at

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The West bombs, the Arab League ducks

Bombas en Libia, lanzada bajo la operación "Odisea al Amanecer"

By Pepe Escobar History will surely register the irony that the new war doctrine of United States President Barack Obama took shape on board Air Force One on the way to deeply pacifist Brazil; then in a message delivered to America from Brasilia (yes, Operation Odyssey Dawn was launched from the tropics, and not from

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Cubadebate opens its new Web page in English

Cubadebate English

buy essay p>With versions of Fidel Castro’s Reflections, El Paso Diary of José Pertierra, exclusive materials from Cuba’s Reasons series and news articles about various national and international themes, Cubadebate opens today its Web page in English that you can find at: http://en.cubadebate.cu Of course, it will be always updated with information about the Cuban

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Strikes will ‘antagonise’ many in Arab world, says Chomsky

Noam Chomnsky

“Military intervention in Libya is a serious mistake”, says Chomsky. “When the United States, Britain and France opt for military intervention, we have to bear in mind that these countries are hated in the region for very good reasons. The rich and powerful can say history is bunk but victims don’t have that luxury,” he says. “Threatening moves, I’m sure, evoke all sorts of terrible thoughts and memories in the region – and many people across Africa and the Arab world will be seriously antagonised by military intervention.”