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Marine journalist to talk about cruising Cuba

Cuba Marine journalist and Cuba expert Peter Swanson will speak June 11 at CubaCon 2010, a Cuban art and culture conference scheduled for June 10-13 in Provincetown, Mass. Read More

Cuba advocates avoidance of nucelar weapons

Havana, Cuba, May 6.- Cuba introduced on Wednesday before the United Nations a Plan of Action to reduce the number of nuclear weapons and their complete elimination by the year 2025. Read More

Petrobras gets more time to decide Cuba oil plans

HAVANA, May 6 (Reuters) - Cuba has given Brazil's state-owned oil company Petrobras (PETR4.SA) (PBR.N) a six-month extension on its May deadline to decide whether it will drill a well in Cuban waters, a Petrobras spokesman said on Thursday. Read More

Cuba has record tourist numbers

The Cuban tourist industry is opening up even more after one million tourists visited the island nation in the first four months of this year.<br /> Read More

Review: Ballet Nacional de Cuba

The Cuban company comes to Cardiff for the first time and as the final stop of their UK tour and the audience was treated to a whistle stop tour of ballet's greatest hits Read More

US local activists are planning a study tour to Cuba next year

RACINE - A group of local activists are planning a study tour to Cuba next year to arm themselves with knowledge. Read More

Vatican foreign minister to visit Cuba in June

HAVANA – The Vatican's foreign minister is coming to Cuba next month to lead discussions on the island's economic challenges and the effects of emigration and the families torn apart by it.<br /> Read More

The Sol Melia Hotel Chain Gives Commemorative Plaque to Revolution Leader Fidel Castro

HAVANA, Cuba, May 5 (acn) A commemorative plaque for the 20th anniversary of Sol Melia’s presence in Cuba was given on Wednesday to Commander in Chief Fidel Castro by the president of that Spanish company, Gabriel Escarrer. Read More

Cuba's Silvio Rodriguez set to play Carnegie Hall

HAVANA – Cuban folk icon Silvio Rodriguez has been booked to play at Carnegie Hall during his first U.S. tour in more than 30 years, but his office said Thursday that Washington has yet to approve his visa. Read More

Cheapflights UK Reveals Searches to Cuba Are on the Rise

Cuba's Insurance Warning to Travellers Has Only Served to Spark Further Interest in the Destination Read More