• Cuba rejects U.S. terrorism claims

    Cuba rejects U.S. terrorism claims

    May 15, 2003

    The Cuban Foreign Ministry has strongly rejected Cuba’s inclusion in the list of countries allegedly sponsoring international terrorism the U.S. government issued April 30. “The Bush administration is once again lying to the U.S. and international...

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  • Israeli troops raid Peoples Party offices

    Israeli troops raid Peoples Party offices

    May 15, 2003

    Israeli troops raided the headquarters of the secretary general of the Palestinian People’s Party in Ramallah on Friday evening, May 9. The Israeli troops searched the headquarters and confiscated a large number of files and documents...

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  • Vieques: Celebration and commitment

    Vieques: Celebration and commitment

    May 9, 2003

    Hundreds of people stood waiting outside the gates of Camp Garcia, the U.S. Navy’s firing zone in the island municipality of Vieques. They were waiting until 12:01 AM, May 1, the first full day when the...

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  • Cinco de Mayo has many lessons

    Cinco de Mayo has many lessons

    May 7, 2003 By Emile Schepers

    Cinco de Mayo is an important national holiday for the Mexican people.It is a celebration of the victory of freedom and national sovereignty. Often, commemorations focus on the military victory by a Mexican people’s army over...

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  • International Notes

    International Notes

    May 7, 2003

    France: General strike planned May 13 French trade unions, outraged over the Chirac government’s plans to reform the pension system, said last week that public and private sector workers will hold a one-day general strike May...

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