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Cuba among Top Ten Cleanest Countries in the World, Study Says

HAVANA, Cuba, (acn) The 2010 edition of the Environmental Performance Index (EPI) has placed Cuba as the ninth cleanest country in the world out of 163 nations. Read More

Administration urged to work with Cuba on oil disaster, protecting Gulf

Anya Landau French, director of the U.S.-Cuba Policy Initiative at the New America Foundation, called on the Obama administration to make BP's Deepwater Horizon disaster the spur to work with Cuba to prevent similar catastrophes in the years ahead. Read More

Cuba Expresses Sorrow at the Death of Nigerian President Umaru Musa Yar Adua

HAVANA, Cuba, May 12 (acn) Esteban Lazo, Vice-president of the Council of State, expressed on Wednesday in this capital the sorrow of the Cuban people and government over the death of Umaru Musa Yar Adua, President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria. Read More

Cuba's Robles not to race against Liu Xiang in Shanghai

SHANGHAI, May 12 (Xinhua) -- Olympic and world champion Dayron Robles will not race against local hero Liu Xiang at a May 23 meet in Shanghai, according to the name list announced by organizers. Read More

Cuba's unknown foray into Africa

It is a revealing look at the Cold War through the lens of its least-known player, Africa. Read More

Santiago de Cuba Celebrates Its 495th Anniversary

ust about to be 495 years old on July 25, the Cuban eastern city of Santiago de Cuba is living a change of air, with several projects underway to enhance its splendour. Read More

Cuba is an Example of Agro-ecology, says expert

President of the Latin American Scientific Society of Agro-ecology Miguel Altigri said Cuba is an example to the world on rational use of resources and protection to the environment. Read More

Cuban singer Silvio Rodriguez receives U.S. visa

HAVANA (Reuters) – Cuban folk singer Silvio Rodriguez, considered the voice of the Cuban revolution, has received a U.S. visa and is to perform a concert at New York's Carnegie Hall on June 4, his American attorney said on Wednesday. Read More

The Obama Administration and its policy towards Cuba

The Obama Administration has been veering slightly progressive when it comes to easy and non-controversial, superficial reforms to the hostile-- even horrendous-- U.S. foreign policy towards Cuba. Read More

Max Baucus favors trade with Cuba

It's rare indeed when Max Baucus (D-MT), one of the sleaziest and most self-serving operators in the Senate, is pushing the envelope on anything worthwhile. Read More