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Support for U.S. Embargo Down among Cuban Exiles

<div align="justify"> The nuanced layers of exile sentiment indicate as much frustration with the embargo's porous rules as with the Castro regime's public-relations tactics to blame all that's wrong with Cuba's economy on the 47-year-old embargo. </div> Read More

N.M. Governor Trying to Convince Exiles to Dialogue with Cuban

<div align="justify"> Richardson pitched the idea to top Cuban officials while on a recent trip to the island, and he's already approached Cuban-American leaders who have agreed to participate, he told The Miami Herald in an interview </div> Read More

Cuban Baseball Team Unhappy about IOC Decision

<div align="justify"> Cuban players and officials enter the 22-team tournament still seething over a decision by the International Olympic Committee's executive board not to reinstate baseball to the schedule for the 2016 Summer Games. Instead, the IOC is recommending golf and rugby sevens. </div> Read More

Increase in Family Trips to Cuba in Florida

<div align="justify"> Five months after Congress loosened strict Bush-era rules for family visits to Cuba, the numbers of travelers to the island is up dramatically. The new rules mean that those with family in Cuba can visit as often and for as long as they like. Previous rules restricted visits to as few as once every three years. </div> Read More

Cuba: Philips Denies Castro's Accusations

<div align="justify"> Fidel Castro on Monday charged the Dutch company Philips of 'double betrayal' for failing to deliver the parts under pressure from the United States, which has had a full economic embargo on Cuba that has been maintained by current US President Barack Obama. </div> Read More