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Alex Cuba, the nueva-nueva trova at Canadá

Canada's rising nueva-nueva trova star provides Exclaim! with an exclusive track from his forthcoming album due in October. Read More

Cuban Women Volleyball team defeated Guatemala and goes to Japan 2010

Cuba's women's volleyball team will represent the North, Central American and Caribbean region (NORCECA) in Japan 2010 World Championships. Read More

Legal and lobbying fight between cigar makers Swedish Match of Stockholm and Imperial Tobacco Group of Bristol, England.

Each wants exclusive rights to sell Cuban-made brands in the United States, the world's largest market for premium cigars. Read More


Health is the name of a documentary by American filmmaker Connie Field on Cuba international solidarity

Health is the name of a documentary by American filmmaker Connie Field on Cuba experiences regarding international solidarity and cooperation in the health sector that was screened in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.<br /> Read More

Why Is There Emigration from Cuba?

There is no denying either that Cuba’s precarious situation at the moment is also the result of internal mistakes, as there is an exceedingly rigid economy, with very little skill to generate wealth and provide incentives to labor. Read More

Some U.S. port cities are putting plans in place to increase travel and trade with Cuba

Some U.S. port cities are putting plans in place to increase travel and trade with Cuba — just in case relations with the communist island begin to thaw. Read More

Internacional Colloquium on Ernest Hemingway Begins in Havana

The event, the 12th of its kind organized by the Cuban National Heritage Council, the Finca Vigia Museum and the Hemingway Chair of the Jose Marti Internacional Journalism Institute<br /> Read More

Cuba's offshore oil hopes rise, US role uncertain

A huge offshore drilling platform will soon be lumbering its way to Cuba, an event that could kick-start Cuba's bid for energy independence and pressure the Obama administration to allow American companies a piece of the action. Read More

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