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Pop music review: Cuban singer Silvio Rodriguez dazzles at the Gibson Amphitheatre

Rodriguez is given multiple encores in a night of sublime music leaning more poetry than politics. Read More

US, Cuba hold latest round of migration talks

<div align="justify"> WASHINGTON (AFP) – US and Cuban officials held their latest round of talks here Friday on migration issues after nearly half a century without diplomatic ties between the long-time foes, the State Department said. </div> Read More

Cuba topic at World Affairs Council and The Monterey County Herald

<div align="justify"> Jonathan Showe, author of &quot;Cuba Rising: An American Insider's Perspective&quot; is scheduled to discuss Cuban society and politics June 30 at a World Affairs Council luncheon in Carmel Valley. </div> Read More

Pope Benedict may make visit to Cuba in ’12

Associated Press.HAVANA — Cuba’s Roman Catholic leadership hopes Pope Benedict XVI can visit in 2012, a bishop said Thursday, in what would be the first papal trip to Cuba since John Paul II came in 1998. Read More

El Benny, the most popular singer of the Cuban history

Yesterday’s and today’s friends will honor the 90 birthday of the most popular singer of the Cuban history, Benny Moré Read More

FIDE President to Arrive in Cuba on Saturday

<div align="justify"> HAVANA, Cuba, June 17 (acn) Kirsan Ilyumzhinov, president of the International Chess Federation (FIDE), will arrive on Saturday to Cuba, announced today the National Institute of Sports, Physical Education and Recreation (INDER). </div> Read More

Cuba Will Host World Esperanto Congress in July

HAVANA, Cuba, Jun 18 (acn) Representatives from 60 countries will participate in the 95th World Esperanto Congress and the 66th Youth Congress of Esperanto scheduled for July 17-24 in Havana. Read More

Cuba Shows Encouraging Environmental Results

Cuba today is showing encouraging environmental results as it implements several strategies to reduce soil degradation and the effects of drought. Read More

How to Hurricane-Proof a Caribbean Island

The community on Cuba's Isla de la Juventud is preparing for another hurricane season, one that could be more intense than ever. Read More

Cuba reports little Internet and telecom progress

<div align="justify"> HAVANA (Reuters) – Cubans' ability to communicate with one another and the world remained well below the norm for the Caribbean and Latin America in 2009, according to a government report released this week. </div> Read More