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Cuban antiterrorist heroes: It was an honor to visit Venezuela

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“The Five” was fired Sunday in Venezuela, after a seven-day visit that served to consolidate the ties.

teleSUR receive the Five Cuban Heroes

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TeleSUR workers in Caracas on Friday warmly received the Five Cuban Heroes in his first official visit after he was released last December.

teleSUR today received the Five Cuban Heroes

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At nine in the morning (local time) workers warmly Telesur in Caracas will host the Cuban Five on his first official visit after he was released last December.

teleSUR expected to visit the Five Cuban Heroes

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At nine in the morning (local time) workers warmly Telesur in Caracas will host the Cuban Five on his first official visit after he was released last December.

Maduro the Five Heroes: Welcome Brothers!

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After his arrival on Monday to Venezuelan soil, the Venezuelan president welcomed through the social network Twitter to Cuban heroes.

Five are distinguished as illustrious guests from Caracas

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Cuban heroes laid a wreath at Simon Bolivar and thanked the Venezuelan people for their solidarity.

Five key Caracas receive and distinguish with orders Eliecer Otaiza

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Cuban heroes laid a wreath at Simon Bolivar and thanked the Venezuelan people for their solidarity.

Venezuela received with jubilation to the five antiterrorist Cuban

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Cuban heroes expressed their desire to do what is necessary to defend the Bolivarian Revolution after US threats

‘The Five’ will receive the title of Hero of Cuba

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Gerardo Hernández, Ramón Labañino, René González, Antonio Guerrero and Fernando Gonzalez will be decorated in the Palace of Conventions in Havana.

Presented book that recounts the struggle of the Cuban Five

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‘Portrait of an Absence’ literary work that is presented in all its human dimension history of Gerardo Hernández, Ramón Labañino, Antonio Guerrero, Fernando González and René González; counterterrorism detained by the government of the United States in 1998.