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Cuba Recovered and Open Print E-mail

by Walter Lippmann
September 18, 2017.

USA Today reported on Sept. 17 that the US government was providing humanitarian aid to numerous Caribbean islands devastated by Hurricane Irma. Cuba, located just 90 miles off the coast of Florida – was not among them.

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Cuba's Cancer Revolution Print E-mail

Crossing Continents - BBC Radio 4

In a revolutionary first, one of Cuba's cancer treatments gets a US drug trial.

Excellent documentary by Linda Pressly about CimaVax lung cancer vaccine.



 
National Conference for the Full Normalization of US-CUBA Relations Print E-mail

National Cuba Conference

National Conference for the Full Normalization of US-Cuba Relations this coming March 2017, Spring National Conference at the Fordham Law School in New York City.
 




 
Counting the Cost of The Cuban Blockade Print E-mail

Rob Miller, Morning Star, October 1, 2016

Cuba has once again been forced to present its annual motion to the United Nations protesting against the illegal US blockade, which continues unabated despite all the early promise of the restoration of diplomatic links and President Barack Obama’s visit to Cuba. ROB MILLER has the story.

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Obama in Cuba: How “Political Prisoners” Hit the Corporate International Media Headlines Print E-mail

By Arnold August, Havana. Published in The Citizen, India. March 26, 2016.

In the course of President Obama’s visit to Cuba on March 20–22, 2016, the issue of supposed Cuban “political prisoners” took centre stage in Cuba–US relations for at least 24 hours in much of the international mainstream media. The sets of international foreign television outlets were situated on a floor of the emblematic Lonja del Comercio (the fully renovated former Stock Exchange in pre-revolutionary Cuba) overlooking Old Havana. A cacophony of phrases from the reporters about political prisoners emanated from the sets. It seemed that “Obama in Cuba” had become equated with “political prisoners.” The only exception appeared to be TeleSUR, based in Caracas, Venezuela.

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