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Results of Second Meeting of U.S.-Cuba Bilateral Commission

On November 10 the U.S.-Cuba Bilateral Commission held its second meeting, this time in Washington, D.C.[1]

Before addressing specific topics of possible agreement, the Cuban delegation reiterated its insistence “on the necessity to lift the blockade as a top priority, for it continues to affect the Cuban people as well as Cuba’s operations and relations with third countries, given its extraterritorial scope, and hinders the development of normal economic and commercial relations with the United States. 441 more words


Spanish Court Dismisses Criminal Investigation of Alleged Torture at U.S. Detention Facility at Guantánamo Bay Cuba

On July 17, 2015, Spain’s National Court’s Judge Jose de la Mata terminated Spain’s criminal investigation of alleged torture of detainees at the U.S. detention facility in Guantânamo Bay Cuba. 375 more words



1. The first reason why I am having this press release is to notify the American citizens that I had sent a request to Barack Obama the President of the United States through Erik Holder, Attorney General and John Forbes Kerry Secretary of State, to enact a Second Emancipation Proclamation to free the Slaves who are being held in Solitary Confinement.
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Recent News about U.S. Government’s Actions Regarding Cuba

On February 13th the U.S. Department of State announced that a new regulation will allow certain goods and services produced by independent Cuban entrepreneurs to be imported into the U.S. 269 more words


My Friends at Cuzco Cemetery

I have done some research on the Cuzco Cemetery. I discovered that at one time there were several small cemeteries around the base and in the late 1940s many remains were moved to the Cuzco Cemetery. 332 more words