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Catholic Charities collects aid for storm victims in the Caribbean

Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Miami is collecting monetary donations to help the Caribbean islands affected by a busy storm season that brought the havoc of Tropical Storm Fay and Hurricanes Gustav and Ike. Read More

The Cuban documentary "Out of their league" in the Movie Festival of the Fame Salon from New York

On a special presentation on the 19th, the movie Bull Durham will be paid tribute in its twentieth anniversary with the presence of Ron Shelton, director and script writer of the movie, together with three of the stars of the movie: Tim Robbins, Susan Sarandon and Robert Wuhl. Read More

Cuban five Mother for US Women Help

Irma Sehwerert, mother of Rene Gonzalez, one of the five Cuban anti-terrorist fighters unfairly imprisoned in United States, appealed Wednesday to the solidarity of US women in favor of the release of those men. Read More

Intellectuals, Artists against Blockade of Cuba

Prominent Cuban intellectuals and artists demanded that the administration of US President George W. Bush lift the economic, commercial and financial blockade of this Caribbean Island. Read More

The Cuban Singer-Composer Pablo Milanés was nominated to the 2008 latin Grammy Awards

The Cuban Pablo Milanés was nominated to the 2008 latin Grammy Awards in the Best Singer-Composer album category for his record Regalo (Gift) produced by the PM Records Label. Read More

Cuba Refuses Donation from Blockading Govt

Cuba told the United States that it cannot accept a donation from a government that has the island state under a blockade, although it is willing to buy indispensable materials from American companies. Read More

Events Organized in Cuba and around the World to Commemorate Ten Years Imprisonment of Cuban Five in US Prisons

The Cuban Five and their families have been supported and fortified by the actions of nearly 350 campaigns around the world in claiming the release of the five Cuban heroes and their return to their families, people and country. Read More

Cuba Asks Washington to Lift Commercial Restrictions

Cuba rejected Washington`s request to send a team of experts to evaluate the damage caused by hurricane Ike, noting that all the countries willing to help the island have sent humanitarian aid without asking to inspect the affected areas beforehand. Read More

Cuba: Lifting the Blockade is the Only Ethical Thing Washington could Do

The Cuban Foreign Affairs Ministry reiterated that the only correct thing to be done by Washington is to lift its fierce economic blockade of Cuba, which causes annual damages much worse than those inflicted by hurricane Gustav. Read More

US tops Cuba 1-0 in 1st trip to island in 61 years

Fans with the face covered cheer prior to a World Cup 2010 qualifying soccer match between Cuba and United States in Havana Read More

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