Cuban Revolution

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Noun1.Cuban Revolution - the revolution led by Fidel Castro and a small band of guerrilla fighters against a corrupt dictatorship in CubaCuban Revolution - the revolution led by Fidel Castro and a small band of guerrilla fighters against a corrupt dictatorship in Cuba; 1956-1959
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Pedro Garcia Fernandez, Director of Prensa Latina in Syria, said the Cuban agency has persistently worked to face the media misleading campaign launched by the US against the Cuban revolution.
JANUARY 1 marked the 60th anniversary of the Cuban Revolution that overthrew the Batista dictatorship and installed Fidel Castro as the country's new dictator, a position he held for 52 years.
Reeve, in turn, conveyed an invitation from Cuban Agency Director Luis Enrique GonzEilez Acosta to Sleiman to partake in a conference marking the 60th anniversary of the victory of the Cuban revolution. The conference is to take place in the second half of this month.
"I hope that Iran and Cuba will expand their mutual cooperation in the future," President Rouhani said in his message on Monday congratulating his Cuban counterpart on the occasion of the anniversary of the Cuban Revolution.
Only the hoariest among us remember when the Cuban revolution was chic and Fidel Castro was feted as a modern-day Robin Hood.
Ambassador said that we celebrate the 60th Anniversary of the triumph of the Cuban revolution; we always bear in mind the legacy of our historic leader, Fidel Castro Ruz, and the commitment of the new generations to the Revolution.
Islamabad -- The Embassy of Cuba in Pakistan, together with the Pakistan-Cuba Social Forum, the Pakistani-Cuban Doctors Association and the Pakistan-Cuba Friendship Association, commemorated the 60th Anniversary of the Cuban Revolution.
The Cuban revolution, led by Fidel Castro and the legendary Che Guevara, was a popular grassroots movement against exploitation, discrimination and corruption by a small privileged class that virtually turned their country into an American colony.
THE INTERNATIONAL reception of the Cuban Revolution, including its intellectual, political, and cultural impact on the global Left, has become the focus of rich new scholarship.
Mandela called the Cuban Revolution 'a source of inspiration to all freedom-loving people' and thanked Cuba for supporting the African National Congress at a time when it was banned in South Africa and condemned by the United States.
MIDDLE CLASSHow Cuba has managed to have what they call ejercito de batas blancas, which means army in white lab coats, is the best-kept secret of the success of the Cuban Revolution. Why its doctors are upbeat to serve in remote areas and rural villages has always astounded critics of the socialist government of the late Castro.