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Hurricane Bill Getting Stronger in its Way to Bermuda

<div align="justify"> Bill continues to strengthen, with winds on Wednesday expected to exceed 111 mph, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Bill is moving northwestward over the open central Atlantic and is not an immediate threat to any land. <br /> </div> Read More

Private Farmers as Key to Saving Socialism in Cuba

<div align="justify"> Cuban President, Raul Castro, has made raising food production a national security priority, noting that the area of cultivated land fell 33 percent from 1997 to 2008. He told the crowd in Holguin that Cuba's poor agricultural output could not be blamed on the U.S. economic embargo alone. </div> Read More

Nixon Discussed the Possibility of Invading Cuba with the Brazilian President

<div align="justify"> Brazilian President, Emilio Medici, said the large number of Cubans living in the U.S. claimed they could overthrow Castro's regime, raising the question, &quot;should we help them or not.&quot; Nixon responded that &quot;we should, as long as we did not push them into doing something that we could not support, and as long as our hand did not appear.&quot; </div> Read More

Cuba Leads the IBAF World Baseball Ranking Prior to Baseball World Cup

<div align="justify"> The latest poll is the third since the IBAF began its world rankings on the heels of last summer’s Beijing Olympics. The latest IBAF poll also accompanied news that once again the International Olympic Committee has voted down both baseball and softball was medal sports for the 2016 Games that will likely be held in Tokyo, Rio de Janeiro, or Chicago. </div> Read More

Ana Belen and Victor Manuel Say They Will Perform with Juanes in Cuba if Invited

<div align="justify"> “Some anti-Castroites from Miami are impossible. My opinion is that they should hold the concert. Juanes should go to sing there or wherever they call him. Why should Cubans who live in Cuba not have the right to enjoy Juanes?” said Ana Belen, who performed this past week in Bogota with Victor Manuel.<br /> </div> Read More