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July 20th

Cuba Pass to Next Phase in Volleyball League

<div align="justify"> Cuba concluded its first round play with a weekend sweep of 3-0 and 3-1 victory over Japan. Russia (8-4), which finished second to Cuba (8-4) in Pool C on points, is the Volleyball Federation wild card </div> Read More

July 19th

Familiarity erases barriers for Cuban actors

<div align="justify"> This is the second year of this project. Last year, they worked in Havana. This year, the possibility of bringing the Cuban actors to U.S. is helping to make things easier. </div> Read More

July 18th

London Royal Ballet in Cuba: Dancing for the Diplomacy? Not Necessarily

<div align="justify"> For more than two years, Acosta negotiated to bring to life what he describes as &quot;the most important dance event in Cuba in 50 years.&quot; He admits it was exhausting parleying between Havana and London, carrying proposals between the Royal Ballet, Cuba's National Ballet Company and the government's Culture Ministry. </div> Read More

Cuba Pre-selection for World Cup Baseball

<div align="justify"> The list, of 58 players, will compete in a trial exhibition series staged throughout the island from late-July until late-August. The Orientales and Occidentales teams will open exhibition play during the final week of the current month in Holguín’s Calixto García Stadium. </div> Read More

Cuban President Meets Presidents of Viet Nam and Sri Lanka

<div align="justify"> Cuban President Raul Castro met in Egypt with his counterparts of Viet Nam, Nguyen Minh Triet, and Sri Lanka, Mahinda Rajapaksa. </div> Read More

July 17th

Brazil's Petrobras Poderates Cuba Offshore Oil Prospects

<div align="justify"> Petrobras believe there are good prospects offshore, but profitability unclear. In any case, the company has until May 2010 deadline for decision on well. </div> Read More

A Lawsuit to Challenge U.S. ban to Travel to Cuba

<div align="justify"> U.S. citizens can technically travel to Cuba but are barred from spending money there without authorization from the U.S. Treasury Department's Office of Foreign Assets Control. Unlicensed U.S. travelers face fines of up to $10,000. </div> Read More

Cuba: Robles Will Race in London Grand Prix

<div align="justify"> So far, Dayron Robles is having a great season as he remains undefeated in five races. After London, he expects to compete at the world championship in Berlin. <br /> </div> Read More

Graduation of over 25,000 New Health Professionals in Cuba

<div align="justify"> These new professionals conclude their degree courses in the specialties of Medicine, Nursing, Health Technology, Health Psychology and Dentistry. </div> Read More

July 16th

U.S.-Cuba talks Helps Rising of Cruise Companies' Stock

<div align="justify"> The hope for unrestricted travel to Cuban ports, a move that could invigorate the popular Caribbean market, caused a rise in the stocks of cruise companies. Analysts argue that the opening of Cuban ports would be a boost for the industry and would invigorate the popular Caribbean market. </div> Read More