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Category 5 Hurricane Dean slams Mexico

Dean's path was a stroke of luck for Mexico: It made landfall in a sparsely populated coastline that had mostly been evacuated and skirted most of the major tourist resorts. It weakened within hours to a Category 2 storm, with maximum sustained winds of 105 mph. Read More

Inappropriate prosecution in Cuban Five Case proven

The defense team proved that Miami was not the right place to hold the trial. As a consequence, Fernando Gonzalez, Gerardo Hernandez, Antonio Guerrero, Rene Gonzalez and Ramon Labanino, known as the Cuban Five, were unjustly condemned to harsh and unfair sentences ranging from 15 years to double life imprisonment. Read More

Liuba María Hevia's disc 'Secretos cantados'

Secretos cantados (Bis Music), a sort of tour de force because it rejoices those themes we all remember from childhood. Read More

Danza Contemporánea de Cuba on Stage

Season in the Gran Teatro de La Habana (Havama Grand Theatre) through the world premiere of Demo- /Crazy , paying a tribute to the Vitier-García family. Read More

El Nicho, a paradise-like tourist resort

The biggest waterfall jumping from 15 m high runs along the HaAnabanilla river pools and artificial lake located 300 km from Havana. Read More

Vehicles delivered to support 'School lunch Program' in Cuba

Two-hundred and nine vehicles will help ensure that lunches are provided to school children across Cuba Read More

Endemic cuban animal species endangered

There is a gradual disappearance of several endemic species such as parrots, cateyes, hawksbill sea turtles (careyes), and even molluscs like polymites, siguas, quincontes or black coral, which can only be found now at great depths. Read More

Cuba back to normal after hurricane threat

According to the latest report from the Weather Forecasting Institute, Hurricane Dean will not directly affect the island, therefore the country has returned to normal, said the notice. Read More

Obama calls for easing Cuba embargo, lifting travel restrictions for family

If elected, the Illinois senator would lift restrictions imposed by the Bush administration and allow Cuban-Americans to visit their relatives more frequently, as well as ease limits on the amount of money they can send to their families. Read More

Jamaica bloodied but unbowed

Prime Minister calls for a national day of thanksgiving after Hurricane Dean spares the island its full fury Read More