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Cuba and U.S. to Talk about the Direct Mail

<div align="justify"> State Department spokesman Ian Kelly described the talks as &quot;very technical&quot; and &quot;exploratory&quot; as President Barack Obama's administration pursues its policy of engaging with its southern neighbor. US-Cuban mail has long been sent via third countries, including Mexico, US officials say. </div> Read More

Cuba Denies the Possibility of Making any Concessions to End Embargo

<div align="justify"> Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez said the policy was &quot;absurd&quot; and should be lifted without conditions. His comments come a day after Mr Obama renewed the sanctions for another year. He also warned that Cuba was not prepared to make any political or policy concessions in order to improve relations. <br /> </div> Read More

Cuba Defeats Venezuela and It Is the Only Team Undefeated

<div align="justify"> The record champion took a fast 3-0 lead in the opening frame and blew things wide open in the last two innings to end the contest due to ten-run rule. Norge Vera allowed just four hits and a walk in seven scoreless innings, striking out ten. 69 of his 107 pitches were strikes </div> Read More

Amaury Pérez says that Exiles Must Be Allowed to Perform in Cuba

<div align="justify"> The comments by Amaury Pérez in a telephone interview with Miami television host Oscar Haza on Tuesday were surprising because of his strong support for the Castro government. In another recent interview, he said he prayed every night for Fidel Castro's health. <br /> </div> Read More

Richardson Thinks He Can Act as Mediator between Cuba and U.S.

<div align="justify"> Speaking Tuesday at the University of New Mexico, Richardson, who visited the communist island nation last month with a state delegation, said he has presented the idea to unnamed Cuban-American leaders, as well as to top Cuban officials, the Albuquerque Journal reported Wednesday. </div> Read More