Tag Archives: Cuban antiterrorist

Nicaraguan University Begins Solidarity Week with Cuba

Nicaraguan University Begins Solidarity Week with Cuba

Nicaraguan University Begins Solidarity Week with Cuba

Managua, Jun 11  –  The National Autonomous University of Nicaragua (UNAN) begins today in its capital headquarters a week of solidarity with Cuba, which will include the issue of the Cuban antiterrorist fighters unjustly held in the United States. Continue reading

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Books Supporting Cuban Antiterrorists to Be Launched

Books Supporting Cuban Antiterrorists to Be Launched

Books Supporting Cuban Antiterrorists to Be Launched

Washington, Jun 4  –  The campaign to support five fighters, tried by a Miami court for fighting and sentenced to prison in the , enters its sixth day today with the presentation of three major publishing titles.

“Los ultimos soldados de la Guerra Fria” (The Last Soldiers of the Cold War), by Brazilian writer, journalist and former legislator Fernando Morais, also author of the bestseller “Olga,” captures expectations here. Continue reading

Bolivians Graduated in Cuba Advocate for Release of the Cuban Five

Cuban Five

Cuban Five

La Paz, May 31  –  The Association of Bolivian Professionals who were graduated in Cuba advocated for the liberation of the five Cuban antiterrorist fighters imprisoned in the US, mostly known in the world as The Cuban Five. Continue reading

USA Certifies Loss of Nationality of Cuban Antiterrorist

USA Certifies Loss of Nationality of Cuban Antiterrorist

USA Certifies Loss of Nationality of Cuban Antiterrorist

Havana, May 10 – Cuban antiterrorist Rene Gonzalez announced today that the U.S. Interests Section of United States in Havana handed him the certificate of loss of U.S. nationality. Continue reading

Rene Gonzalez: Happy to be among his People and Family

Rene Gonzalez: Happy to be among his People and Family

Rene Gonzalez: Happy to be among his People and Family

HAVANA, May, 7 On his way out of the U.S. Interests Section to Havana on Monday, René Gonzalez, one of the five Cuban antiterrorist heroes unfairly condemned by a U.S. court, said he was very happy to be among his people and family. Continue reading