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Cuba to Take Part in Belarus Media Exhibition

Cuba is going to take part in the Belarus 14th Mass Media International Specialized Exhibition which takes place every year in this capital, the First Deputy Minister of Information announced. Read More

Fulton man suspected of robbing at least 6 banks

CUBA, Mo. | The FBI is investigating a central Missouri man suspected of robbing at least six banks. Read More

Cuba issues health insurance directive to visitors

Cayman islands, cuba travel, insurance(CNS): Cayman Airways has issued an advisory to its passengers travelling to Havana, Cuba, that, as of today 1 May, all visitors entering the country are now required by the Cuban Government to present evidence <br /> of holding valid medical insurance with coverage in Cuba. Read More

Guantánamo interrogator: Treats made terror suspect talk

GUANTANAMO BAY NAVY BASE, Cuba -- An anonymous woman testified Friday that, as a young Navy interrogator, she treated Canadian captive Omar Khadr with fig newtons and M&amp;Ms -- and that he came to sessions happily and confessed to throwing a grenade at U.S. forces in Afghanistan. Read More

Cuba must compensate US before embargo is lifted: lawmaker

WASHINGTON (AFP) – Cuba must pay the United States six billion dollars in compensation for expropriated businesses and property before Washington lifts a decades-old trade embargo, a US lawmaker said Thursday. Read More

India, Cuba: New Business Opportunities

New business opportunities between India and Cuba emerged on Friday, with the presence of three Cuban representatives at an Indian-Latin American trade meeting that took place in this capital. Read More

Cleaning the world at Guanahacabibes Biosphere Reserve

The protection of the Cuban westernmost coasts, involves students of different levels gathered in a project called To clean the world, that takes place in the Guanahacabibes Peninsula, in the province of Pinar del Rio. Read More

House panel mulls bill to ease Cuban embargo

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Business and human rights groups urged Congress on Thursday to ease the decades-old embargo on Cuba by passing a bipartisan bill to lift a ban on travel to Cuba and remove certain obstacles to legal farm sales.<br /> Read More

Expert: Surface area of gulf oil spill has tripled

VENICE, La. – The surface area of a catastrophic Gulf of Mexico oil spill quickly tripled in size amid growing fears among experts that the slick could become vastly more devastating than it seemed just two days ago. Read More

Cubans Reject Smear Campaign with Large Marches Nationwide

HAVANA, Cuba, May 1 (acn) President Raul Castro headed the May Day celebrations in Havana on Saturday morning when millions of Cubans marched in streets and plazas nationwide to express their support of the Cuban Revolution Read More