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Unusual Mention of '94 Protest in Cuban Media

<div align="justify"> Tensions ran so high that summer that Castro briefly opened the island's borders, dropping efforts to halt Cubans from setting out in flimsy boats to reach U.S. shores. Nearly 37,000 islanders attempted to reach America in almost anything that would float. </div> Read More

Cuba Travel Ban Violator Is Trying to Force Court Action

<div align="justify"> One of 270 U.S. citizens who openly made the illegal journey over the last two weeks, a 30-year-old financial advisor would like the government to fine or charge her, forcing a courtroom showdown on whether the ban is constitutional. </div> Read More

Diplomacy through Drama: Cuban Actors Will Perform Shakespeare in U.S.

<div align="justify"> The Obama administration's decision to let 12 Cuban artists enter the United States for the production marks a midsummer milestone of sorts for greater U.S. openness toward the Communist-ruled island nation. </div> Read More

U.S. Cubans Threaten to Boycott Juanes due to Future Concert in Havana

<div align="justify"> According to Ninoska Perez, executive of the Council for the Freedom of Cuba, Cubans in their homeland need democracy and solidarity; not a concert that ignores the &quot;oppression&quot; they have been subjected to for 50 years. </div> Read More