COUNCIL OF HUMAN RIGHTS Prepared by Cuba Support Group Ireland Cuba has successfully guaranteed the human right of is citizens in the face of the […]
Miami journalists who vilified the Five during their 2000-2001 trial were on the U.S. government payroll, the same government that was prosecuting the Five.
Despite his provocative, disparaging and demonstrably inaccurate remarks directed towards the Cuban people and their system of government Pope Benedict XVI can still be assured […]
A new mural has been completed on the International Wall in West Belfast to support the campaign for the release of the Cuban Five.
Every day that we resist and continue to advance is a victory against those who for more than a half century have tried to make us bend.
On December 2-3, 2011, the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (CELAC) was born and the overwhelming force of a continent nearly 600 million strong, achieved a 200-year dream of unity. The 33 member nations of CELAC all agree on the unquestionable necessity to build a regional organization that represents their interests, and that excludes the overbearing presence of the US and Canada.
US policy towards Cuba condemned by overwhelming United Nations vote (again)
“I am ready to continue fighting until I die,” were his first words after embracing and kissing his daughters
Members of the Irish Parliament, Finian McGrath TD, Maureen O’Sullivan TD and Pádraig MacLochlainn TD, speak to the press about the Miami Five from Leinster House, Dublin.
Today, the Irish Free the Miami Five Campaign is launching a programme of actions in the months of September and October to increase pressure for an end to this gross miscarriage of justice.