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Replica of the Chevy'51 pickup that float across the Florida Straits is exhibited in Miami

The antique Chevy pickup that sailed across the Atlantic from Cuba has been replicated as a homage to the fleeing `truck-o-nauts. Read More

Cuban Film Institute Sends Condolences to British Actress Vanessa Redgrave

The Cuban Film Institute ICAIC sent Friday its condolences to British actress Vanessa Redgrave, for the passing of her daughter Natasha Richardson. Read More

Cuba Dedicates Danzón Festival to Mexico

The 6th Danzón Festival Havana 2009, scheduled from March 30 to April 5 in Havana, will be dedicated to Mexico City. Read More

Afro Cuban All Stars in a 40-city tour in the United States

When Americans think about Cuban music, most likely they first think “salsa,” the infectious hybrid Latino dance music that permeates many cafes, markets and night clubs. Read More

Ex-Bush admin official: Many at Gitmo are innocent

Many detainees locked up at Guantanamo were innocent men swept up by U.S. forces unable to distinguish enemies from noncombatants, a former Bush administration official said Thursday. Read More

Cuban singer-songwriter Silvio Rodriguez will sing in New York

According to an AP report, Cuban singer-songwriter Silvio Rodriguez, along with rock stars like Bruce Springsteen, John Mellencamp, Eddie Vedder and Dave Matthews, will be part of a cast of 40 artists who will join in a charity concert on the occasion of the musician Pete Seeger 90 years. Read More

Cuba avoids elimination with a win over Mexico

But just in case, Velez switched his lineup around and brought his team out of the batting cages to do their pregame hitting on the field. Read More

Japan shuts down Cuba

Daisuke Matsuzaka is turning the World Baseball Classic into his personal showcase again. Read More

Obama should better ties with Cuba, says Lula

The US should improve ties with regional foes -- Cuba, Venezuela and Bolivia -- President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva of Brazil told his US counterpart Barack Obama on Saturday. Read More

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