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Fidel Castro very popular across Latin America
Where did new Haitian President René Préval go on his first trip abroad?

Cuba.

With whom did Bolivian President Evo Morales meet the day before he nationalized his country’s natural-gas industry?

Cuban President Fidel Castro.

And which country did a high-level St. Vincent official recently describe as a ‘’stabilizing force’’ in the region?

Cuba.

12 Jun 2006 by admin

United States Condemns Continued Repression in Cuba
The United States condemns the continued repression of Cuba's dissidents by the regime of Cuban dictator Fidel Castro, and looks forward to a day when basic freedoms are enjoyed by all Cubans, according to the U.S. State Department.

21 May 2006 by admin

Fidel Castro's last stand?
As Cuban leader Fidel Castro wages war against private enterprise, petty theft and a shackled opposition, analysts say the aging militant is striving to recover the egalitarian aims of his revolution and protect his legacy of having rescued Cuba from capitalism.

21 May 2006 by admin

Russia, Cuba consider new projects in transport industry
Russia and Cuba consider new projects in the transport industry. Cuban leader Fidel Castro is interested in the development of bilateral trade ties, head of the Federal Agency for Industry Boris Alyoshin who headed the Russian delegation in Cuba told Itar-Tass on Monday.

At a meeting with the Russian delegation Castro spoke about the plans to develop the transport network in Cuba. He noted that Cuba may purchase Russian buses, trucks and trains, Alyoshin emphasized.

28 Apr 2006 by admin

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