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Cuban piano player Frank Fernández captivated a Canadian audience

Cuban piano player Frank Fernandez captivated a Canadian audience with "a memorable concert with the authentic intensity of a talent going far beyond human possibilities," as said by local critics. Read More

In Havana Ernest Hemingway Revisited

On the 110th anniversary of his birth, 80 years since his novel Farewell to Arms and 70 of his taking up residence in Cuba, Ernest Hemingway will once again be the centre of attention next month in Havana, the venue of an international meeting that from June 18th through the 21st will bring together specialists on the author’s work. Read More

Marvin Lehrer, the USA Rice Federation Senior Adviser visited Cuba Recently

A senior adviser with the USA Rice Federation was in Cuba recently to discuss opportunities with ALIMPORT, Cuba's food-buying agency. Read More

Return after 6 months in Cuba members of the Coast Guard's Port Security

The members of the Coast Guard's Port Security Unit 305 return to Fort Eustis, fresh from a six-month deployment providing shore security and guarding the waters in and around Cuba's Guantanamo Bay.<br /> Read More

CBC, a Canadian television program, broadcast several times a 13-minute report on the Cuban Five

CBC, a Canadian television program, broadcast several times a 13-minute report on the case of René González and the other four Cuban antiterrorist fighters unjustly incarcerated in the United States. Read More

US Religious Organization Pastors for Peace Prepare Next Caravan to Cuba

For the twentieth time in a row, the US religious organization Pastors for Peace will defy Washington’s hostile policy against Cuba by launching another humanitarian caravan, which will depart July 3 from Canada and will travel across the USA on its route to Cuba. Read More


A Cuban-american theology professor nominated to be U.S. ambassador to the Holy See

“He is a strong proponent of the necessity of the Church to become deeply and broadly multi-cultural, to recognize and appreciate the role that culture plays in a living faith. Born in Havana, Cuba, he is a leading Hispanic theologian in United States.” <br /> Read More

Pentagon Cites Evidence on Gitmo Detainees Who Returned to Battlefield

That's about 5 percent of the 540 terror suspects released from the prison. Another 9 percent of freed Guantanamo detainees are suspected to have rejoined the terror activity. That's 74 detainees in all. Read More

The Organization of American States (OAS), are an ‘anachronism’, says Cuban Foreign Minister.

Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez Parrilla said on Monday that his country is proud not to be part of the Organization of American States (OAS), a regional body that he described as an ‘anachronism’. Read More

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