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EU Diplomats Visit Wife of Jailed Dissident Might Anger Cuba

<div align="justify"> Diplomats from Sweden, Great Britain, Hungary, Poland and Germany saw Ferrer's wife, Yusnaimy Jorge Soca, at her Havana home and brought donated items including food and clothing. The group said it organized the visit on its own and had not been invited by the couple. </div> Read More

Fewer Cubans Going to Florida Probably due to Economic Crisis

<div align="justify"> Experts say it's hard to pinpoint what has caused such a drastic drop but attribute it to combination of factors, with the U.S. economic downturn topping the list. Other reasons are the stepped up U.S. law enforcement against smugglers, eased U.S. restrictions on Cuban-Americans and a clampdown by the Cuban government. </div> Read More

Richardson Recommends Expanding Contacts with Cuba

<div align="justify"> The U.S. government should lift all the travel to Cuba restrictions for its citizens, affirmed Bill Richardson, governor of the state of New Mexico, who is on a visit to the island.   Richardson has met with the Caribbean country’s political and business sector authorities. </div> Read More

Early Diagnosis of Alzheimer's Expanded in Cuba

<div align="justify"> Cuban hospitals have been equipped with high-resolution devices for nuclear magnetic resonance imaging (NMRI), axial computerized tomography or CAT scan and positron emission tomography (PET). All of these techniques contribute to the diagnosis of Alzheimer's. </div> Read More