Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel paid tribute to the young people who participated in the assault on the Presidential Palace and the taking of the radio station Radio Reloj, on March 13, 1957, as part of efforts to overthrow the Fulgencio Batista dictatorship.
"Sixty-two years ago, young university students fell in combat against a bloody dictatorship, protected by Washington....


Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez on Tuesday rejected the statements made by US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, who accused Cuba of being ''the true imperialist power in Venezuela''.


On Monday, the U.S. government added five new Cuban enterprises to its list of corporations subject to economic sanctions, a step considered hostile and unfair in its policy toward its Caribbean close neighbor island.
The State Department underlines in a statement that the regulations are due to the support given by Cuba to the government of Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro,...


President Miguel Diaz-Canel on Wednesday denounced that the U.S.-applied Helms-Burton Act to destroy the revolution attacks Cuba''s independence and dignity.
'It represents the annexation and colonial desire, aims to bring about the change of the political and economic system in Cuba. It is an affront to our sovereignty and dignity. That's enough imperial threats,' the president...


President Miguel Díaz-Canel paid tribute to the more than 100 Cubans who lost their lives on March 4, 1960 during the terrorist attack against the French steamboat La Coubre in Havana's harbor.
Then, the historical leader of the revolution, Fidel Castro,during the burial of the victms said: "Now freedom means something else, freedom means homeland, and our challenge now is...