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Chavez announced that he will formally sign up as a presidential candidate as required early next month.read more Continue reading
HAVANA – As Latin American leaders fume over Washington's drug war and its Cuba embargo, the US president may show who's no longer boss in the Americas this weekend in Colombia.read more Continue reading
HAVANA — When Mexican President Felipe Calderon arrives here Wednesday for his first official visit to Cuba, the trip may do more to highlight the ongoing estrangement between the two countries than it will their historic ties.read more Continue reading
Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez has returned to Venezuela after his first session of radiotherapy in Cuba, coinciding with the pope's visit to the Communist island.read more Continue reading
The 57-year-old had been recovering from surgery in the Cuban capital city of Havana on February 26 which he said removed a tumor from his pelvic region, following the extraction of a first tumor in June last year.  read more Continue reading
HAVANA — Sometimes diplomacy resembles a middle school party. Colombia is going to throw a very big party. The question everyone is talking about: should Cuba be invited? Cuba's friends want it to go — so much that they're threatening to stay home ... Continue reading
HAVANA — Fidel Castro was 28 and fresh out of prison when he left Cuba for Mexico, where he would meet Che Guevara and go on to topple a dictator back home.read more Continue reading
Former Cuban president Fidel Castro released his two-volume memoir "Guerilla of Time" on Friday in a rare public appearance, AFP reported. The memoirs are 1,000 pages long, and trace Castro's life from his birth up until th... Continue reading
HAVANA, Cuba — Some regional observers saw something more in Rousseff's visit: a chance to measure Brazil’s emerging role as a Latin superpower and self-styled global defender of human rights. read more Continue reading
Raúl Castro, Cuba's president and head of the country’s Communist Party, has ruled out establishing a multiparty political system in Cuba.Castro also told a Party conference in Havana that corruption was an even bigger threat to C... Continue reading
Mahmoud Ahmadinejad denounced capitalism during a speech at the University of Havana on Wednesday ahead of a meeting with Fidel Castro. read more Continue reading
"Gitmo," the US detention center in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, reached its 10th anniversary on Wednesday, with human rights groups using the occasion to strongly criticize the US for continuing to "illegally" detain terror suspects the... Continue reading
Cuba has slammed Twitter for helping to fuel a rumor that Fidel Castro was dead. read more Continue reading
Mariela Castro Espin @CastroEspinM gets testy on Twitter with a critic of Raul Castro's government, anti-government Cuban blogger, Yoani Sanchez (@yoanisanchez). read more Continue reading
Dr Navarrete attended Chavez a decade ago and has reportedly remained in touch with some of his family and members of his medical team. read more Continue reading
Fidel Castro has surfaced once again.Usually, this means either that he wants to reassure everyone that he's not dead, or that he feels the need to reassert his dislike for the United States.This week, it was the latter. Castro wrot... Continue reading
Fidel Castro, one of the most controversial people alive, is, well still alive. The 85-year-old former leader of Cuba has shied away from the media spotlight since he stepped down in 2006 to make way for his brother, Raul. read more Continue reading
A state-run website, Cubadebate, also published photographs Thursday of Fidel being interviewed on Venezolana de Television. In the photographs, the former leader wears a white Windbreaker and green pants. He looks relatively healthy. The photographs... Continue reading
Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez says he has "more strength than before" to pursue another six-year term in next year's elections, despite recent cancer treatment. read more Continue reading
In line with the constitution, Chavez asked the National Assembly to authorise his trip. read more Continue reading