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September 26th

Cuban Aroldis Chapman Officially on Free-Agent Market

<div align="justify"> Chapman defected in July and established provisional residency in Andorra, allowing him to bypass the amateur draft. &quot;It has been a dream of mine to pitch in the major leagues,&quot; he said in a statement issued Friday. The New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox are expected to push hard to sign him. </div> Read More

September 25th

According to Experts, Cuba-U.S. Are Slowly Improving due to New Leadership

<div align="justify"> Two Latin American relations scholars discussed the potential “thaw” in the relationship between the U.S. and Cuba to an audience of about 15 Wednesday at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Since Obama’s inauguration as president, the U.S. has chosen to communicate with Cuba rather than allowing tension to continue. </div> Read More

Cuba Defeated 5-3 by U.S. Minor Leaguers; Rematch on Sunday for Gold

<div align="justify"> Technically, Thursday’s game in the World Cup didn’t mean anything for Team USA. But every game between the U.S. and Cuba has meaning. For the U.S., Thursday’s 5-3 victory means the Americans have a 12-game World Cup winning streak. Their mission Sunday will be to beat Cuba again in the championship game. </div> Read More

Cuba Defeats U.S. in Comeback Victory and Remains Unbeaten

<div align="justify"> Cuba will try to keep its unbeaten position today at women volleyball North, Central America and the Caribbean (NORCECA) tournament by meeting Mexico at the Puerto Rican city of Bayamon. </div> Read More

September 24th

Cuba: Castro Considers "Brave" on Global Warming

<div align="justify"> Mr Castro described President Obama's admission that the US had been too slow to act on climate change as a brave gesture. But he added that the American capitalist system was incompatible with a clean planet. <br /> </div> Read More

Cuba Defeats Taipei and Prepares Itself for Facing U.S. on Thursday

<div align="justify"> In a rematch of the 2007 Baseball World Cup, Thursday night promises to be an exciting rematch between the United States and Cuba, and a potential preview for the Championship game on Sunday. Cuba will look to avenge its loss to the USA in the 2007 World Cup Championship game, when the US beat them to take home the World Cup crown. </div> Read More

September 23rd

Raul Castro Demands that Cubans Rethink Socialism

<div align="justify"> Authorities have circulated a ten-point agenda for thousands of open-ended meetings over the next month at work places, universities and community organizations to rethink Cuban socialism, focused on the economic themes highlighted by Castro in a speech to the National Assembly in August. </div> Read More

Cuba Defeats Australia 2-1 in Tough Game

<div align="justify"> The Australians produced another strong showing in their first match of the final round to stay on track for their best ever finish at the tournament. The quality of Team Cuba managed to win the game in the end. </div> Read More

U.S. Banned 30 Scientists from Travelling to Cuba

<div align="justify"> Dr. Rodrigo Alvarez Cambras told the official AIN news agency that Washington refused to authorize the trip for U.S. scientists who had wanted to participate in the 20th International Orthopedics Congress, which began Tuesday on the island. </div> Read More

Cuban Aroldis Chapman, an Interesting Prospect to Any Team

<div align="justify"> Since the Cuban defected in July, teams have been waiting for the process to unfold where he would become an unrestricted free agent. A major development took place over the weekend when he was able to establish residency in Andorra. Chapman is expected to be granted with unrestricted free agency in the coming weeks. </div> Read More