Namibia's former President Sam Nujoma has condemned the U.S. blockade against Cuba and expressed his appreciation for the international cooperation that the Caribbean country has offered to the African peoples since the 1960s.

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A long article detailing the new US measures against Cuba was published on Sunday on Independent Online (IOL), which called to reject these actions by the Donald Trump government.

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Monday, 10 June 2019 10:17

The Empire’s Double Standards

The Federation of Cuban Workers expresses its commitment to continue representing self-employed workers and condemns the growing hostility of the United States and its obsessive efforts to subjugate the Cuban people, activating all sections of the notorious Helms-Burton Act.

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Cuban government has denounced on Friday that US government decision to ban cruise travelings damages thousands of people who used that route to travel to Cuba.

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U.S. Senator Patrick Leahy, a Democrat from Vermont, will propose new legislation in response to the Trump Administration´s ban on certain licenses of travel to the island.

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Cruise companies with scheduled stops in Cuba announced the cancellation of those stays due to new travel restrictions imposed since Wednesday by the U.S. administration.

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Various voices have been raised in the United States against the Trump Administration´s latest announcement, restricting travel by US citizens to Cuba.

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Cuban President Miguel Díaz-Canel rejected on Tuesday the new restrictions announced by the Trump Administration, affirming that they are doomed to fail.

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The Trump administration on Tuesday imposed major new travel restrictions on visits to Cuba by US citizens, including a ban on educational and cultural trips known as ''people-to-people'' travel, as well as a ban on cruise trips to the island nation.

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Cuban President Miguel Díaz-Canel has accused his US counterpart, Donald Trump, of being threatening, manipulative and shameless on Twitter.

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