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Cuba Will Create New Agency to Erradicate Corruption

<div align="justify"> In his regular Thursday spot on state television, Cuba's top economic commentator Ariel Terrero said the Comptroller General's Office, to be created through new legislation, will try to ensure that state revenues are properly used. </div> Read More

Cuba Trying to Save Energy at All Cost

<div align="justify"> Cuba has ordered austere energy savings this summer, and the secretive Council of Ministers and Communist Party Central Committee met this week to consider more cuts to cope with budget deficits and plummeting export profits. </div> Read More

Hollywood Stars Visits Havana

<div align="justify"> The actors presence lent a bit of Hollywood glitz to warming U.S.-Cuba relations, and may have been the precursor for the making of a film in Cuba. Benicio del Toro received an award and Bill Murray stole the show when he improvised a version of the song &quot;As Time Goes By,&quot; then jokingly passed around a hat, asking for money. </div> Read More

Cuba Is Ready for U.S. Engagement

<div align="justify"> Compared with other countries in bad terms with U.S., Cuba seems positively benign. The Cuban regime has no apparent interest in nuclear or biological weaponry, it is not guilty of sponsoring terrorism in neighboring states, it is no longer trying to export &quot;socialist revolution,&quot; it is not guilty of nuclear proliferation. So, why not talk to them?<br /> </div> Read More

Cuban Robles Thinks US Hurdlers Are the Men to Beat in Berlin

<div align="justify"> “My main opponents in the world championships will be the US hurdlers” said Robles, after it was publicly announced that Chinese Liu Xiang, current world champion, can not participate in the event. </div> Read More