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May 24th

China helps Cuba construct wind farms

The construction of the Gibara II wind farm, made with Chinese technology, in the eastern province of Holguin, entered the phase of electrical interconnection between four of the six wind turbines, said Saturday Orlando Leyva Lopez, chief investor. Read More

May 23rd

Mark Cuban fined $100,000 for violating anti-tampering rules

NEW YORK, May 22 (Reuters) - Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban has been fined $100,000 for violating the NBA’s anti-tampering rules over comments he made about Cleveland Cavaliers’ LeBron James, the league said on Saturday. Read More

Havana man listed in critical condition

RonTarius Leroy Williams, 20, of Havana, remained in critical condition Sunday at Tallahassee Memorial Hospital where he was airlifted Saturday evening following a single-vehicle crash. Read More

Double Standard & the Need to Speak the Truth

HAVANA TIMES, May 21 Last weekend I participated in the New Journalism Congress in Santander, Spain, organized by the group “Diariocrítico” to mark the bicentennial of the beginning of the Latin American independence struggles. Read More

Cuban Perspectives on Cuban Socialism

Cuban intellectuals discuss the challenges facing the Revolution today, including governmental and economic reforms, social inequality, poverty,issues of gender, race, and religion, and the expansion of popular participation rice Read More

WINDMILL COUNTRY: Trade with Cuba could be good for Texas in the future

LUBBOCK — For more than 50 years, the island nation of Cuba has been under a trade embargo which restricted trade with the United States. <br /> Read More

Decades After Its Heyday, Disco Fever Grips Cuba

More than 30 years after the disco craze, middle-age Cubans are finally living the era in discotembas — bars and public gatherings playing 1970s disco hits and attracting a graying crowd of dancers. Read More

Interview Stefon Harris

Musicians of his generation, Stefon Harris came to Cuba - thanks to Concords Record Read More

Contracts, not handshakes, are essential practice in business, builders are reminded

Contracts, the documents that bind the construction trades to the State, have yet to become a standard business practice, Granma said in an article published Saturday. Read More

EMC Helps Preserve and Open Access to World's Historical and Cultural Artifacts

Grants Extended to Ernest Hemingway's Finca Vigía Foundation and Community Organizations Globally to Digitize and Preserve Thousands of Priceless, Irreplaceable Artifacts<br /> Read More