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Joe Garcia urges permanent ban on off-shore drilling in Florida

<div align="justify"> Over 1,300 Floridians have already signed our petition urging Gov. Crist to call an emergency legislative session to permanently ban offshore drilling in Florida. </div> Read More

The Revolution Square

The Revolution Square is, for many, Havana City’s heart. Read More

Wilkerson on Cuba

<div align="justify"> About a year ago, President Obama went to the Summit of the Americas in Trinidad, and he heard very forcefully from almost all Latin American leaders that the continued US isolation of Cuba was come out of step with what most people in Latin America want. </div> Read More

U.S.-Cuba co-operation on gulf is in our interest

CORPUS CHRISTI — I was in Cuba several days the end of May with a group of Texas legislators. Read More

Alicia Alonso, the great lady of the Cuban dance will receive a tribute in Seville

<div align="justify"> Alicia Alonso, the great lady of the Cuban dance will be the main star of the Iberian American Cultural Autumn (OCIB, after its initials in Spanish), as part of the tributes she is receiving all over the world in honor of her 90 birth date. </div> Read More

Michelle Obama Asked for Humanitarian Visas for Cuban Wives

Jun 14 (Prensa Latina) The only Cuban living in Cambodia asked Michelle Obama on Monday to intercede as a wife and mother for the relatives of five Cuban prisoners in the United States. Read More

US Producer Praises Los Muñequitos de Matanzas

MultiArts Projects &amp; Production's Executive (MAPP) Director Ann Rosenthal praised the reflection of the African roots in Cuban culture expressed in the work of the folkloric group Los Muñequitos de Matanzas. Read More

3 U.S. experts on economics will take part in Church-sponsored conference in Havana

Three Cuban-American politologists will participate in the Cuban Catholic Church's Tenth Social Week, to be held in Havana June 16-20, the e-zine Progreso Semanal reports. Read More

The E.U. postpones any decisions on Cuba pending dialogue between Church, state

<div align="justify"> Miguel Ángel Moratinos, on Monday announced in Luxembourg that the European Union would not approve any conclusions on Cuba, to give time for the dialogue between the Catholic Church and the Cuban authorities to bring fruit. </div> Read More

Discovering Cuba

The students immerse themselves in Cuban culture for two weeks, but the experience often changes them forever. Read More