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Prestigious Magazine Advocates Normal USA-Cuba Scientific Cooperation

"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," reads an editorial published by the prestigious magazine 'Science'. Read More

Cuba: The Guantanamo Bay prison will not close before Bush leaves

The Guantanamo Bay prison for terrorism suspects will not close under President George W. Bush but the next president and Congress should move swiftly to shut it down, Defense Secretary Robert Gates said on <br /> <br /> Tuesday. Read More

Bridge for the Cuban Five

Drawings by Antonio Guerrero, one of the Cuban Five imprisoned in the US, and photos by Bill Hackwell, member of the US National Committee to Free the Cuban Five, comprise an exposition titled &quot;A Bridge of Solidarity&quot; that just opened at the Computer Palace in Havana. Read More

Cuban-Americans, longtime Republicans, drift to Obama

Over espresso and cake in Miami's Little Havana, Lidia Arcuri lays bare the way the world's biggest Cuban community in exile is thinking about the upcoming US presidential election. Read More

US Hits Cuba Food, Health Sectors Hardest

Cuban Permanent Mission to the United Nations denounced that since the beginning of the economic, commercial and financial blockade imposed by the US against Cuba, the food and health sectors have been the hardest hit. Read More

The famous US movie maker Steven Soderbergh to criticize US blockade against Cuba

The famous US movie maker Steven Soderbergh declared that Washington’s blockade against Cuba has no sense and that policy only gets the support of a very small group of people. Read More

Lincoln Diaz-Balart, Raul Martinez rip each other over Cuba, taxes in District 21 debate

Rep. Lincoln Diaz-Balart and his Democratic challenger Raul Martinez heatedly clashed over who has the better temperament for serving in Congress during a debate -- being aired at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday -- that is likely to be the last televised exchange between the two. Read More

Cuban Diplomat Denounces US Blockade in Baltimore

The head of the Cuban Interests Section in Washington, Jorge Alberto Bolaños Suarez, denounced on Wednesday the almost 50-year-old economic, financial and trade blockade imposed by the US government on the Cuban people. Read More

Cuba's Soccer Team Coach Says 2 Players Are Missing

Two Cuban soccer players in the region for their country's World Cup qualifying match against the United States disappeared from the team's hotel in Arlington County yesterday, according to their coach, possibly with the intention of defecting to the United States. Read More

US Soccer Team Meets Cuba in Washington

The U.S. men's soccer team will take on visiting Cuba Saturday in a 2010 World Cup qualifying match at RFK Stadium in Washington. VOA Sports Editor Parke Brewer reports a U.S. victory in the nation's capital will clinch a berth for the Americans in the final round of regional qualifying. Read More

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