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Cubans in Miami happy for new Obama's measures

The White House called on Cuba to reduce charges it levies on money transfers to family members. An estimated 1.5 million US residents have relatives in Cuba Read More

Posada Carriles might be extradited to Venezuela or tried for murder in US

After a grand Jury in El Paso handed down an 11 point indictment April 10 against Luis Posada, superseding an earlier desultory prosecution for alleged immigration fraud, Posada might be extradited to Venezuela or tried for murder in the United States. Read More

Obama is expected to change some measures against Cuba but will mantain the embargo

The US administration will lift travel, remittance, mail and business restrictions relating to Cuba.<br /> Read More

US-Cuba Pastors for Peace Caravan will take place again in July

In July 2009 the 20th Friendshipment will visit over 130 US and Canadian cities Read More

Tourism industry in Cuba must be ready for the influx of U.S. tourists

If this law is approved probably hundreds of American people will visit Cuba by yachts or plains, as tourists. Read More

US Entry Visas Requested for the Wives of Cuban Five

Galician friends of Cuba have asked the US authorities to authorize the wives of two of the Five Cuban antiterrorists to visit their husbands in prison. Read More

Anti-Castro Cuban militant Posada Carriles indicted on new charges

An anti-Castro Cuban militant was accused Wednesday in a federal indictment of lying about his involvement in a series of 1997 bombings that targeted tourist spots in Cuba.<br /> Read More

Cuba: Fidel Castro Meets With U.S. Lawmakers

Former President Fidel Castro met with three members of the United States Congress in Havana on Tuesday, his first known meeting with American officials since he underwent emergency intestinal surgery in July 2006. Read More

Reflections by Fidel Castro Ruz: The Seven Members Of Congress Who Are Visiting Us

An important US political delegation is visiting us right now. Its members belong to the Congressional Black Caucus (CBC) which, in practice, has worked as the most progressive wing within the Democrat Party<br /> Read More

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