News

                
  • U.S. schools and shelters to receive Cuban aid

    U.S. schools and shelters to receive Cuban aid

    August 1, 2003

    The 14th U.S.-Cuba Friendshipment caravan, organized by IFCO/Pastors for Peace, after successfully delivering 80 tons of humanitarian aid to Cuban schools, churches, hospitals, and senior centers last week, returned to the United States via Mexico on...

    Read more
  • Millions celebrate Cuban revolution

    Millions celebrate Cuban revolution

    August 1, 2003

    Millions of Cubans celebrated the 50th anniversary of the start of the Cuban Revolution with carnivals, dancing, street festivals, parades, meetings and rallies. July 26 is the anniversary of the attack on the Moncada Barracks, which...

    Read more
  • International notes

    International notes

    August 1, 2003

    Greece: Lawyers accuse British before ICC The Athens Bar Association charged British Prime Minister Tony Blair and other British ministers with crimes against humanity, in a case filed July 28 with the International Criminal Court at...

    Read more
  • Bush threatens Iran, war danger grows

    Bush threatens Iran, war danger grows

    August 1, 2003

    News analysis George Bush once again accused Iran of continuing to “harbor and assist terrorists,” July 21, warning of the consequences. Israel, as well, on July 21, accused Iran of “trying everything” to get nuclear weapons,...

    Read more
  • Connecticut Freedom Ride gets rolling

    Connecticut Freedom Ride gets rolling

    August 1, 2003

    NEW HAVEN, Conn. – The basement of St. Rose Church was jam-packed, and the crowd spilled out into the streets for Connecticut’s statewide Immigrant Workers Freedom Ride kick-off rally July 23. The working class neighborhood of...

    Read more