638 Ways to Kill Castro is a Channel 4 documentary film, broadcast in the United Kingdom on November 28, 2006, which tells the story of some of the numerous attempts of the Central Intelligence Agency to kill Cuba's leader Fidel Castro.
Abel Prieto Jiménez is a Cuban politician and the current Minister of culture of the country. He is also a published author of fiction.
The singer Abelardo Barroso Dargeles (Havana, 21 September 1905 – 27 September 1972) was the first sonero mayor (lead singer of the son) to be recognized as such by the Cuban public. He was the lead singer of the Sexteto Habanero from 1925, recorded with the Sexteto Boloña in 1926, and joined the Septeto Nacional de Ignacio Piñeiro in 1927. With each of these top bands he made a string of recordings in New York, and for the rest of his life his voice was in demand.
Dr. Ada Kouri Barreto (1917 in Havana, Cuba – July 11, 2005 in Rome, Italy) was an eminent cardiologist. She was the wife of the Foreign Minister of Cuba, Raúl Roa García, and mother to the Cuban diplomat, Raúl Roa Kouri.
Against Wind and Tide: A Cuban Odyssey is a 1981 American documentary film about the Mariel boatlift, which was first broadcast on PBS the week of June 1, 1981. Written by John Brousek, the film was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature.
Alberto Alén Pérez (1948 in Havana – ??) is a Cuban musicologist and cellist.
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