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Question marks over health of Venezuela's president Hugo Chavez
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Question marks over health of Venezuela's president Hugo Chavez

Jun 22nd 2011, 3:42 PM 210 Views 0 Comments

Just who is pulling the strings in South America’s largest oil producer, while Hugo Chavez recovers from surgery in Cuba?

New Che Guevara diaries released
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New Che Guevara diaries released

Jun 15th 2011, 3:20 PM 1,431 Views 9 Comments

The diaries were written while the iconic revolutionary was leading the campaign that brought Fidel Castro to power in Cuba.

China tops list of world's happiest countries (as compiled by North Korea)
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China tops list of world's happiest countries (as compiled by North Korea)

May 31st 2011, 3:39 PM 3,877 Views 0 Comments

China scores a perfect 100 in the Global Happiness Index, followed by North Korea in second – with the USA in bottom place.

Leaked Guantánamo files reveal Casio watch as sign of al-Qaeda training
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Leaked Guantánamo files reveal Casio watch as sign of al-Qaeda training

Apr 25th 2011, 10:54 AM 3,873 Views 0 Comments

Documents about the US’s military prison published by the New York Times show how al-Qaeda issued Casio watches.

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Cuban leaders fail to follow through on promises to give way to fresh faces

Castro considers introducing 10-year term limit for Cuban leaders
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Castro considers introducing 10-year term limit for Cuban leaders

Apr 17th 2011, 6:05 PM 609 Views 0 Comments

Raul Castro says top politicians should be limited to two five-year terms – signalling a possible withdrawal from public life.

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The 9 at 9: Sunday

September 11 suspects likely to be tried at Guantanamo
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September 11 suspects likely to be tried at Guantanamo

Mar 8th 2011, 12:48 PM 312 Views 0 Comments

Obama has caved in to opposition to trying September 11 suspects in the US, and will allow trials to resume at Guantanamo – which he had pledged to close within a year of taking office.

Che Guevara's motorcycle companion Alberto Granado dies
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Che Guevara's motorcycle companion Alberto Granado dies

Mar 6th 2011, 12:37 PM 631 Views 0 Comments

Granado was a companion on the trip which is said to have awakened the revolutionary inside Che Guevara.

'Big Bang' boxing broadcast likely to go ahead
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'Big Bang' boxing broadcast likely to go ahead

Mar 4th 2011, 2:02 PM 426 Views 0 Comments

Casey’s world title fight to be covered live after promoters agree to help with production costs.

Record number of Nobel Peace Prize nominees this year
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Record number of Nobel Peace Prize nominees this year

Mar 1st 2011, 2:10 PM 535 Views 0 Comments

Awards committee today begins the secretive process of whittling 241 nominations down to one winner before October.

Artist launches bid for legal rights on iconic Che Guevara image
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Artist launches bid for legal rights on iconic Che Guevara image

Feb 16th 2011, 11:14 AM 3,475 Views 0 Comments

Renowned artist Irish Jim Fitzpatrick is attempting to secure royalties on the world-famous work for the first time.

Cuba commutes last death sentence
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Cuba commutes last death sentence

Dec 29th 2010, 10:23 AM 374 Views 0 Comments

Supreme Court in Cuba has commuted sentence of man convicted for killing one person during an attempted coup in 1994.

‘America lied about Cuban ban of my film’ – Michael Moore
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‘America lied about Cuban ban of my film’ – Michael Moore

Dec 18th 2010, 4:58 PM 647 Views 0 Comments

America said ‘Sicko’ had been banned in Cuba, so as to discredit its damning portrayal of the US’s healthcare system.

Fidel Castro 'refused colostomy after swollen colon' - WikiLeaks
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Fidel Castro 'refused colostomy after swollen colon' - WikiLeaks

Dec 16th 2010, 4:45 PM 830 Views 0 Comments

The Cuban leader needed convincing to have surgery after being diagnosed with a perforated intestine in 2006, and nearly died.

Plane crashes in Pakistan and Cuba kill 90
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Plane crashes in Pakistan and Cuba kill 90

Nov 5th 2010, 1:15 PM 305 Views 0 Comments

All passengers are killed after 22 die in a crash near Karachi, while all 68 on board a Cuban aircraft also perish.

Cuba to fire one million public sector workers
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Cuba to fire one million public sector workers

Sep 14th 2010, 2:12 PM 271 Views 0 Comments

Now that’s austerity.

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