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EU Positions for Future US Relations

European Union Foreign Ministers formulated what would be their common position for the future relations with US, giving no details before United States 2008 Presidential Elections take place, scheduled for Tuesday November 4. Read More

Scorsese’s film about The Rolling Stones to be premiered in Cuba

Film club Letras e Imágenes of the Cuba National Library will premiere on November 6th “Shine a Light” (2008), a film directed by Martin Scorsese about legendary British band The Rolling Stones. Read More

Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez called for U.S. Senator Barack Obama to End U.S. Embargo on Cuba

Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez called for U.S. Senator Barack Obama, favored in opinion polls to win the presidential election on Nov. 4, to end his country's trade embargo of Cuba. Read More

The Cuban Government Denounces US Attack on Small Syrian Village

The Cuban Government has decried the recent attack by the US army on a small Syrian village bordering with Iraq, killing eight civilians, and has demanded that the US government stop these military actions immediately. Read More

Washington Punishes U.S. Religious Leaders for Visiting Cuban Churches

The president of the International Association of Educators for World Peace (IAEWP), Charles Mercieca, denounced that Washington recently fined two U.S. pastors from the state of Alabama with 50,000 dollars each for having met in Cuba with members of local Baptist congregations. Read More

African-American civil rights activist Angela Davis to Attend World Meeting on Cuban Five

<br /> African-American civil rights activist Angela Davis will attend the 4th International Colloquium on the case of the five Cuban anti-terrorist fighters unfairly imprisoned in the United States. The forum will be held in the eastern Cuban city of Holguin on November 7th and 8th. Read More

UN General Assembly Condemns US Economic Blockade against Cuba for the 17th Consecutive Year

The United Nation member nations has for the 17th consecutive year voted in favor of Cuba's Resolution entitled: &quot;Necessity to End the Economic, Commercial and Financial Blockade imposed by the United States of America against Cuba&quot;. Read More

Cuba's influence on Florida politics recedes

For decades, one issue has dominated South Florida politics: U.S. policy toward Cuba.<br /> But this year, pollsters say a remarkable shift appears to be under way as generational and demographic changes appear to be reshaping the South Florida political map. Read More

Increased the number of packages sent by U.S. mail from South Florida to Cuba

The number of packages sent by U.S. mail from South Florida to Cuba is at its greatest volume since President George W. Bush prohibited the shipment of nonessential items to the island nation four years ago. Read More

Prestigious Magazine Advocates Normal USA-Cuba Scientific Cooperation

&quot;It is time to establish a new scientific relationship between Cuba and the United States, and not only to pay attention to common challenges such as health, climate, agriculture and energy,&quot; reads an editorial published by the prestigious magazine 'Science'. Read More

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