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Health insurance for Cuba's travellers

Cuba: The country now requires visitors to carry valid health insurance or buy a Cuban policy on arrival. Read More

Cuba to present recombinant DNA anti-hemorrhoid drug

HAVANA, May 7 (Xinhua) -- Cuba will soon launch a new drug against hemorrhoids obtained by DNA techniques, local media reported on Friday. Read More

Aurora grad helps produce Cuba documentary

"In my lifelong transition from vacationing to traveling, I've realized the opportunity and potential of visiting a place," he said. "Sooner or later, you're home again, and the stories become the most important part of the trip." Read More

Cuban Farmers Benefit From ALBA Project

CIEGO DE AVILA, Cuba, May 7 (acn) Seven watering systems in cooperative units in the province of Ciego de Avila were upgraded so they can operate on electric power as part of a joint ALBA project between Cuban and Venezuela.<br /> Read More

Cubans to commemorate 115 Anniversary of José Martí's death

The Committee of José Martí Institutions will commemorate the 115 anniversary of José Martí's death with a program that includes until May 28, conferences, roundtables, book presentations and exhibitions. Read More

Pentagon bans 4 journalists from Guantanamo court

GUANTANAMO BAY U.S. NAVAL BASE, Cuba (Reuters) - The Pentagon on Thursday banned four journalists from future sessions of the Guantanamo war crimes court for reporting the name of a disgraced former U.S. Army interrogator. Read More

Massacre in Guatemala leads to arrest in South Florida

It's about time. Very satisfying to know they're going after (and getting) these murderers. Read More

Antonio Guerrero moved from maximum to medium security

This is good news because at least now Tony Guerrero is not in quite as horrendous an environment. Read More

Spanish EU presidency faces fresh embarrassment over Latin America summit

Most of the countries of South America, including Argentina and economic powerhouse Brazil, are to boycott the upcoming EU-Latin America summit in Madrid Read More

Cubans state radio warns against hoarding rice

HAVANA – Facing a shortage of rice and anxious to reduce the cost of importing it, Cuba is calling on citizens not to hoard the grain — no mean feat in a country that is the seventh largest consumer of rice per capita worldwide. Read More