Latest Fidel Castro Stories

2011-03-28 08:17:00

SYRACUSE, N.Y., March 28, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Bankers Healthcare Group, one of the nation's leaders in financing for healthcare professionals, is pleased to announce that Mr. Robert Castro was nominated for the Entrepreneur Of The Year Award by Ernst & Young.

2011-01-25 06:10:00

Cuba is on its way to join the high-speed broadband era with an undersea fiber-optic cable laid from Venezuela, bringing the promise of speedy Internet to one of the world's least connected countries.

2010-10-24 00:14:29

Reconciliation Book Released On Occasion of 50th Anniversary of US Embargo of Cuba Reconciliation: 78 Reasons to End the U.S. Embargo of Cuba is an exciting and timely book, with up-to-the minute facts about economic and legal issues now being debated in Congress and throughout America.

2010-06-17 15:21:00

WASHINGTON, June 17 /PRNewswire/ -- Today, nearly 500 pro-democracy leaders from within Cuba have sent a letter to the House Agriculture Committee in OPPOSITION to Chairman Collin Peterson's legislation, H.R.

2010-06-08 08:08:00

BURBANK, Calif., June 8 /PRNewswire/ -- In a tell-all book released for the first time in English, former Cuban military leader-turned-spy Julio Antonio Del Marmol exposes the Cuban government's corruption and totalitarian rule. His book, Cuba: Russian Roulette of America, was first published in 1976 and won a 2008 award from the National Latin American Institute of Journalism for exposing the barbarities of Fidel Castro's regime.

2010-04-08 09:00:00

This Partnership is in Concert with Castro's First Ever Headlining Tour NEW YORK, April 8 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Atlantic recording artist Jason Castro was introduced to Malaria No More while still an American Idol finalist through the Idol Gives Back charity program, and was shocked to learn that thousands of kids die every day from a disease that's completely preventable and treatable.

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  • To befool; deceive; balk; jilt.
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