According to declassified documents, Fidel Castro hired former SS officers to train his Cuban fighting forces. Bearded Communist The bearded communist leader also tried to buy weapons from neo-Nazis during the Cuban missile crisis. A German intelligence agency has released information gathered during the stand-off at the height of the Cold War. The files show […]
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CUBA Communiqu No. 4: The invading mercenary army which occupied Cuban territory for less than 72 hours has been completely crushed
It was Fidel Castro's first major speech since the July 26 anniversary of his 1953 attack on the Moncada barracks that started the Cuban revolution. There he stood last week before a crowd of 50,000 in Havana's Plaza de la Revolucin, meandering for hours about everything and nothing poverty, classroom shortages, taxes, new houses, and the problem of bureaucrats who do “absolutely nothing.” Then, amid the chatter, he dropped two electric statements that instantly set telephones jangling from Miami to Washington
Did you ever imagine that Hello Kitty would be big worldwide? Maya Castro, Miami No, not at all
Juanita Castro, the younger sister of Cuban leaders Fidel and Raul Castro, worked for the CIA during some crucial years of the Cold War, she says in her new memoir.
Synonymous with Cuba, just like Castro and Che Guevara, cigars are revered by connoisseurs and part of the country’s political landscape. Neighbors know what I do, and it seems to draw the men to me — and they open up about certain things that the guys who actually come to see me with their wives just don’t
A pair of Republican congressmen ripped Congressional Black Caucus members for ignoring Cuba’s “myriad gross human rights abuses” Thursday, saying this week’s caucus trip to the island nation ignored the plight of political prisoners under the Castro regime.
Five Cubans convicted in 2001 of spying for the Castro regime had their appeal tossed out Monday by the Supreme Court.
The U.S. policy shift toward Cuba makes no mention of the "harshest of measures" — the economic blockade — former Cuban leader Fidel Castro says. U.S