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Who Owns BP? Biggest Shareholder is JPMorgan Chase

Saturday, June 12, 2010.In the wake of the Gulf of Mexico oil spill, BP’s stock value has plummeted, prompting news stories identifying the company’s largest investors. Read More

Coast Guard to BP: 'move faster'...

ORANGE BEACH, Ala. (AP) — BP is under a weekend deadline from the Coast Guard to ramp up its efforts to contain the oil gushing into the Gulf of Mexico. Read More

GALA's tribute to Cuba's 'King of Song' has strong music, fizzled plot

<div align="justify"> Cuban playwright Hector Quintero had a good idea when he decided to write a tribute to one of Cuba's most influential and famous composers and singers, Ignacio Jacinto Villa, known affectionately as El Bola de Nieve (&quot;Snowball&quot;). </div> Read More

Amazing Heberprot-P in the Dominican Republic

<div align="justify"> Jun 13 (Prensa Latina) A Dominican specialist has described as amazingly good the results of Cuban medicine Heberprot-P in the first stage of its application in this Caribbean country. </div> Read More

CARICOM Urges US to Lift Cuba Blockade

<div align="justify"> The Caribbean Community (CARICOM) asked US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to put an end to the economic, financial, and commercial blockade her country has imposed on Cuba for nearly 50 years. </div> Read More

Digital forum about Cuban music is still open

The digital forum La música cubana de hoy y de siempre (The Cuban music today and always) keeps receiving numerous visits and messages. Read More

Health Institution for Diabetics in Sancti Spiritus, Cuba

Over 3 700 consultations have been so far registered at Sancti Spiritus-based diabetes care center since it was first opened one year ago. Read More

Habeas Corpus for Gerado: Extra time for Court

The defense team of Gerardo Hernandez will apply for habeas corpus on June 14, so the federal court in Miami now has extra time to reconsider the situation of this prisoner.<br /> Read More

Puerto Esperanza

<div align="justify"> Coastal villages have the peculiar charm of the sea, those with ports have the attractiveness of the ships and the come and go in their coasts, perhaps it is the sea breeze, or the water-land duality that constantly surrounds them, but the truth is that the locals are deep rooted in their town. </div> Read More

Cuba, oil and compensation

It is revealing that the US [and global] mass media has paid no attention to the possible NEGATIVE economic impact on Cuba that the oil spill will have. Read More