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May 27th

Fuego Enterprises Announces Cuban Folk Icon Silvio Rodriguez Performance Sold Out at Carnegie Hall

MIAMI, May 26, 2010 (GlobeNewswire via COMTEX) -- Fuego Enterprises Inc. in collaboration with CBDG  (Cuban Business Development Group), is producing a music tour in the U.S. by Cuban folk icon Silvio Rodriguez. <br /> Read More

Cuba to suffer more hurricanes in second half of this year: expert says

Cuba is expected to see an increase in hurricane activities from June to November this year due to a combination of warm temperature on the sea surface and the inhibition of El Nino phenomenon, a Cuban expert said on Sunday. Read More

Braves sign Cuban outfielder Gomez

MIAMI -- The Braves have confirmed that they have signed Yasser Gomez, a Cuban outfielder who has been in the Dominican Republic since defecting in 2008. Read More

Ecuadorian National Assembly Awards Cuban Leader

Ecuador's National Assembly President Fernando Cordero Cueva traveled on Wednesday to Cuba carrying a decoration bestowed by his country's Legislature to the island's Revolution leader Fidel Castro Ruz. Read More

First film chosen for those on holidays to Cuba this June

Holidays to Cuba in June could take in the Vietnam Film Week, taking place on the island. Read More

Design is King this Week in Havana

The 10th Design Week opened yesterday featuring as main course a series of conferences on packaging and containers and its role in efficiency, competitiveness and promotion of products and services, reported organizers.<br /> Read More

Gulf oil spill could foul Cuban waters

His sun-baked skin and leathery hands testify to his years fishing under hot the Caribbean sun in a village east of Havana.<br /> Read More

Iberian-American Congress on Gender and Communication

<div align="justify"> HAVANA, Cuba, May 25 (acn) The 9th Iberian-American Meeting on Gender and Communication began this Wednesday in this capital, and will run until Friday. </div> Read More

AP: Group: Madagascar Bird Declared Extinct

(The rail, which is now listed as critically endangered, was first described by American ornithologist James Bond, the inspiration for Ian Fleming's iconic spy.)<br /> Read More

IPS: Radio, TV Marti Seen as Bust

WASHINGTON, May 4, 2010 (IPS) - Despite spending more than half a billion dollars over the last quarter century, U.S. government broadcasts to Cuba have gained only a tiny audience Read More