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Obama’s Visit to Cuba, An Expectation to Boost Relations

Obama's Visit to Cuba, An Expectation to Boost Relations

Obama’s Visit to Cuba, An Expectation to Boost Relations

Washington, Feb 20 – The recently announced visit of U.S. President, Barack Obama, to Cuba was taken by the two sides as a possibility to boost relations, in a stage of challenges such as the validity of the blockade imposed to the island. Continue reading

New York Times Editorial Board Calls For End Of Cuba Embargo

new york timesWashington, October 13 – The New York Times publish the following editorial we will reproduce some parts of it: “Scanning a map of the world must give President Obama a sinking feeling as he contemplates the dismal state of troubled bilateral relationships his administration has sought to turn around. Continue reading

U.S. Denounces Russia for Giving Snowden Asylum, Reconsiders Summit

Edward Snowden

Edward Snowden

Washington, August 2 — The Barack Obama administration is reconsidering plans for a summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin next month after Russia granted a year of temporary asylum to National Security Agency whistleblower Edward Snowden. Continue reading

Jurists Demand Release of Cuban Five

Jurists Demand Release of Cuban Five

Jurists Demand Release of Cuban Five

Havana, June 3 (Prensa Latina) Members of National Union of Cuban Jurists (UNJC) demanded today from the government of President Barack Obama the immediate return of the anti-terrorist Cuban fighters unfairly held in US prisons since 1998.

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US Trade Union Member asks Obama to Free Cuban Five

US Trade Union Member asks Obama to Free Cuban Five

US Trade Union Member asks Obama to Free Cuban Five

Washington, May 3  –  Santos Crespo, a trade union leader in the United States, asked US President Barack Obama today to liberate the five Cuban fighters known as the Cuban Five, imprisoned in the U.S. for uncovering terrorist acts planned from the south of Florida against their native country. Continue reading