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One Year after Fidel Castro Ruz Passed Away, Cuba Continues to be a Country in Revolution

By Yenia Silva Correa on November 23, 2017

Photo: Bill Hackwell

A year after the death of the historic leader of Cuban Revolution Fidel Castro Ruz, and the Cuban people continue loyal to the ideas expressed in his concept of Revolution, announced on May 1, 2001 in Havana.

The many lessons of his legacy have proven vital at a time when the country is facing adverse weather events, undergoing necessary transformations, and working hard to build the kind of future to which we aspire.

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I Don’t Know What it is to Live Without Fidel

By Dr. C. Fidel Antonio Castro Smirnov 
on November 24, 2017

I’m Fidel. My father is Fidel. My grandfather is and will always be the eternal and undefeated Fidel. My name is Fidel, and my life is called Fidel. My thoughts, my dreams, my hopes, are also called Fidel.

I can’t, neither should I, nor do I want to, say that I converse with him in all those occasions that I keep him in my mind, in my memory. But I want to say that I do have a need to talk to him and I do it often.

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Cuba Awards Oscar

Havana, November 14, 2017

By Annalie Rueda

Photo: Yaimi Ravelo

Oscar López Rivera, Puerto Rican leader and symbol of independence has received the Order of Solidarity at the Jose Marti Memorial in Havana, Cuba. The Order is the highest distinction that the Council of State of the Republic of Cuba awards.

Fernando González Llort, Hero of the Republic of Cuba and President of the Cuban Institute of Friendship with the Peoples – ICAP, who shared the same cell with Oscar for several years of his unjust imprisonment, explained at the ceremony the significance of the honor to such a deserving recipient who emanates simplicity and humility.

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A proud and committed Cuban doctor

By Nuria Barbosa León on November 15, 2017

For Dr. Eduardo Ojeda Timoneda serving as a member of Cuba’s international medical missions is a learning experience and an honor. Photo: Nuria Barbosa

At the end of his mission, Eduardo received a letter that read: “You made a difference…You did not just bring us health, but life. You can return to your homeland with your head held high like a good revolutionary soldier

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