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My Absence from the Central Committee

My Absence from the Central Committee

breeding betta fish p>I had previously read the main report by Comrade Raúl to the Sixth Congress of the Party. He shared it with me several days before, on his own initiative, as he has done with many other issues without my asking him to do so because, as I have explained, I relinquished all

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The Congress Debates

The Congress Debates

Today, Sunday, at 10:00 a.m., I listened to the debates of the delegates to the Sixth Congress of the Party. There were so many Commissions that, obviously, I could not listened to all those who spoke. Delegates had gathered into five Commissions to discuss a number of issues. And, of course, I also took advantage

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"Humanitarian" bombs fall on Libya

Libyan bombing

By Jorge L. Rodríguez González Protecting the civilian population is but the pretext, while NATO’s deliberate bombing campaign is aimed at paving the way for the rebels to do away with Gaddafi. The West wants the Jamahiriya. A Humanitarian War, this how the United States and its collaborators describe the ongoing imperialist crusade against Libya.

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Jimmy Carter's Havana Press Conference

James Carter

Before concluding his three-day visit to Cuba, Jimmy Carter gave a press conference about his agenda on the island, this is a synopsis: In his introductory statement he said that when he was in office he did all possible efforts to improve diplomatic links between the United States and Cuba. He said he lifted all

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Interview with former U.S. President, Jimmy Carter, by Arleen Rodríguez Derivet, Cuban Television journalist (+ Photos)

James Carter in Havana. Photo: Alex Castro

Translation: Machetera Translation: Machetera Arleen Rodríguez: Hello!  A greeting to all of those who are watching Cuban Television right now.   I welcome all of you, along with the former President of the United States, James Carter, who just moments before leaving to return to his country has graciously agreed to give us an interview, and

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James Carter in Cuba

James Carter in Cuba

Former president Jimmy Carter has arrived in Cuba on a three-day, non-governmental visit. Carter, who is accompanied by his wife, Rosalynn, will meet with President Raul Castro and other Cuban officials. It is Carter’s second trip to the island. In 2002, he met with then-President Fidel Castro and addressed the public at the University of

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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.