Tag Archives: Anti-Revisionists

26Nov/16

Fidel Castro, lion of the 20th century, dead at 90

Fidel Castro, the son of a wealthy landowner, turned his back on a life of privilege to lead the Cuban revolution and earn a place in history that was glorious to some, notorious to others, but finally the product of prodigious talents and boundless ego.

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25Aug/16

“Narcos” cast on new season, FARC deal

The second season of Colombian drug crime drama “Narcos” coincides with Bogota and Marxist FARC rebels reaching a final peace deal to end a five-decade war which once took the resource-rich country to the brink of collapse. Francis Maguire reports.
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25Aug/16

Colombian govt and FARC reach deal to end five decades long civil war

Colombian government and Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia reach deal to end half-century of bloodshed.

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20Sep/15

Fidel Castro meets with Pope Francis

Pope Francis meets with Cuba’s revolutionary leader Fidel Castro as the Caribbean nation and the United States enter a new era of closer ties.

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20Sep/15

Pope celebrates Mass in Havana’s Revolution Square

Pope Francis uses his Mass at Havana’s Revolution Square to call followers to serve the “most vulnerable” in a homily that Cuba’s government supporters and ardent critics could claim as their own.

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