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Revolution within the revolution: Vietnam, Cuba move toward LGBTQ equality

Each is a case of governments evolving together, inching toward their socialist aspirations where oppression is relegated to the past.

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Cuba applies a fix to its food markets

New pricing regulations aim to reduce consumers' food bills and help stop corruption in the supply chain.

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Former Cuban Five prisoners teach about solidarity and Cuba

They are expressing thanks for solidarity on their behalf and discussing what the Cuban Revolution means today in a crisis-filled world.

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Jackie Robinson, Opening Day and U.S. - Cuba relations

"My mother and I were thrilled and honored to witness our President extend the hand of friendship to the Cuban people."

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European Union, Cuba reach “landmark” agreement

The EU shift could be attributed to "interest by European countries in maintaining their position as trading partners with Cuba."

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Bacardi and the defense of Cuban sovereignty

Bacardi is a multi-national entity, not a U. S. corporation. Its headquarters are in Bermuda, a tax-free haven for corporate profits.

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Virtual war against Cuba and the fate of Ana Belen Montes

She is a political prisoner, but more; Ana Belen Montes could be considered a prisoner of war. 

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Heirs to notorious gangster seek to be compensated by Cuba

A close examination of the books of many former U.S. enterprises in Cuba would show a whole lot of questionable activity.

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Cuba celebrates triumph of its revolution

For Cubans, January 1, 1959, marks the "triumph of the revolution." That day revolutionaries led by Fidel Castro gained state power. 

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Cubans stranded in Costa Rica, blame falls on U.S. Cuban Adjustment Act

A dispute between Nicaragua and Costa Rica over the fate of Cuban migrants heading to the U.S.  highlights the injustice of the U. S. CAA of 1966.

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