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Work of the FMC highlighted in Angola

Cuban collaborators in Angola highlighted the role of the Federation of Cuban Women (FMC) in its efforts to promote the wellbeing of women and their families

Cuban deputies reaffirm solidarity and support for Venezuela

On the third day of meetings by the National Assembly of People's Power work commissions, deputies reaffirmed their support and solidarity with the Bolivarian Revolution, and the Venezuelan people and government led by Nicolás Maduro

The Havana Malecón preparing to reopen (+Photos)

After two weeks of intense work to repair damage caused by Hurricane Irma to Havana’s waterfront Malecon, parts of the avenue and its surrounding areas are set to reopen October 1

Raúl and Obama meet at UN headquarters

This is the second official meeting between the two heads of state; the first took place this past April in Panama, during the 7th Summit of the Americas

Yarisley Silva wins gold

Cuba’s Yarisley Silva won gold in the pole vault event of the World Athletics Championships

The New York Times publishes article on torture in Guantánamo prison

In the editorial entitled “Torture and Its Psychological Aftermath,” published October 21, U.S. newspaper The New York Times asks if any government official will be held accountable for the harm caused to tortured prisoners of war, above all those incarcerated in the Naval Base which illegally occupies a piece of sovereign territory in Guantánamo, Cuba

IRS attacks Pastors for Peace

After over seven years of harassment and intimidation by the IRS (U.S. Internal Revenue Service), the Interreligious Foundation for Community Organization (IFCO)/ Pastors for Peace has been informed that its status as a non-profit organization will be revoked due to its humanitarian work in Cuba