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Amnesty Says Obama Should Lift Cuban Embargo

<div align="justify"> &quot;The U.S. embargo against Cuba: Its impact on economic and social rights&quot;, Amnesty said the restrictions severely limited Cuba's ability to import medicine, medical equipment and technology essential for treating life-threatening disease and maintaining public health programmes. </div> Read More

Discussions about Resuming Direct Mail between Cuba and U.S.

<div align="justify"> Direct postal service between the United States and Cuba was terminated in 1963 and since then mail between the countries can take weeks to arrive since it must be routed through third countries. If the talks are succesful, it will be the first time in nearly half a century  for direct mail service to work between the two countries. </div> Read More

Lunchrooms Closing in Cuba, and That Is Good for Food Service

<div align="justify"> &quot;The order is already out to close the lunchrooms of the ministries in Havana and pay the employees 15 pesos more per day,&quot; a mid-level government administrator said this week, asking that his name not be used. &quot;If all goes well many more will close in the city and around the country,&quot; said government sources. </div> Read More

Cuba Won't Rejoin OAS Soon According to Insulza

<div align="justify"> OAS Secretary General Jose Miguel Insulza told reporters it's likely that &quot;some years&quot; and &quot;a lot of changes in Cuba&quot; will happen before the Cuban government asks to return to the 34-nation organization. <br /> </div> Read More