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Hillary Rodham Clinton will visit Latin America

U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton said she will visit El Salvador and Honduras in the coming weeks.<br /> Read More

Cuba imports daiquiris from US

Jugs of daiquiri mix. Gourmet nuts. Rolls of newsprint. Not exactly humanitarian aid, but still among the items sold to Cuba under an agricultural waiver carved out of the decades-old U.S. trade embargo. Read More

Radio, and TV Martí to Downsize, Revise Format of Broadcasts to Cuba

The agency that oversees the Miami-based, U.S.-funded broadcasts aimed at breaking Cuba’s information blockade has submitted a budget seeking $2.4 million less than a year ago, the Miami Herald reports. Read More

Cuba's Health Ministry confirms its 1st swine flu case, a Mexican student

Cuba confirms its 1st swine flu case. Cuba says a Mexican student who came to the island to study is its first confirmed case of swine flu. Read More


Ends in Canada the academic conference on the 50th anniversary of the Cuban Revolution

The academic conference on the 50th anniversary of the Cuban Revolution closed after three days of debates on a wide variety of topics concerning the Cuban political system and the Caribbean island reality. Read More

Famous Puerto Rican singer Danny Rivera will perform in Havana

Famous Puerto Rican singer Danny Rivera will perform in Havana on May 20 during a special homage gala to mark the centenary of the birth of the composer, piano player, violinist and orchestra director, Rodrigo Prats, a legend of Cuban music. Read More

Cuban Parliament President Ricardo Alarcon arrived to Canada

Cuban Parliament President Ricardo Alarcon arrived on Wednesday in Kingston, Canada, to take part at an academic conference on the significance of the 50th anniversary of the Cuban Revolution.<br /> Read More

In Defense of the Environment Artists of Cuba and Canada

Cuban and Canadian artists are presenting here an art project entitled &quot;Two Groups of 7 + 1&quot;, which in championing the preservation of nature and its links with mankind. Read More

If and when Americans are allowed to travel to Cuba, much of that travel will be done from Florida

At a recent meeting in a Key West, local tourism leaders didn't ratify just a contingency plan for the day Washington lifts all travel restrictions on Cuba. They approved also some slogans. Read More

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