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U.S. keeps Cuba informed on Gulf oil spill

U.S. diplomats in Havana informed the Cuban government Wednesday of the latest details on the Gulf of Mexico oil spill and its projected movements, State Department officials said. Read More

Cuban State Agents Speak Out About Arrests of 75 in Documentary Film

'The Day Diplomacy Died' sets the record straight on 'FIDEL CASTRO'S CRACKDOWN'in 2003 when 75 Cubans were arrested and jailed. Read More

Municipal council set up in Camaguey

Camagüey, May 20 – A total of 1,008 Cuban citizens, nominated and elected by the people swore Wednesday as delegates of the municipal assemblies of the People’s Power in Camaguey to rule for a two years and a half term in this portion of Cuba. Read More

Cuban Tourism Promotion in Italy and Spain

A Cuban tourism promotion caravan will tour 10 cities of Italy and Spain, starting on May 24, to highlight the advantages of the Cuban tourism, said an official communiqué here Thursday. Read More

In update on oil spill, official says the U.S. is 'unaware' of any offer of help from Cuba

From Thursday briefing by Philip J. Crowley, the State Department's spokesman, as transcribed by the State Department. Read More

Cuban Sports Olympiad: Boxers from Ten Nations in Cuba

HAVANA, Cuba, May 18 (acn) Representatives from ten countries will participate in the boxing tournament of the Fifth Cuban Sports Olympiad that is underway in the island. Read More

President Castro meets Catholic Church leaders

Cuban President Raul Castro meets Cardinal Jaime Ortega and Archbishop Dionisio Garcia, president of the Cuban bishops' conference, in Havana.<br /> Read More

Cuban lawmakers denounce Ariz. immigration law

HAVANA (AP) — Cuban lawmakers have passed a resolution denouncing Arizona’s new immigration law as “racist and xenophobic,” recalling an old dispute in the process: the argument that the United States’ purchase of Arizona from Mexico in the 19th century was tantamount to theft. Read More

Bolivian Minister Pays Official Visit to Cuba

HAVANA, Cuba, May 20 (acn) The Bolivian Minister of Institutional Transparency and Fight against Corruption, Dr. Nardi Suxo Iturry,arrived in Havana on Thursday for an official visit at the invitation of the General Comptroller's Office of the Republic of Cuba. Read More

42 new Cuba travel services approved by Obama administration

The U.S. agency that enforces Cuba sanctions approved 42 new travel and other service providers this year, compared to none in 2009, in what government officials described as a push sparked by changes in the Obama administration policy and the bureaucracy. Read More