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Ahmadinejad pushes for strong ties with Latin American states

TEHRAN, June 21 (MNA) - In separate meetings with Tehran's new ambassadors to Nicaragua, Cuba, and Paraguay on Monday, President Ahmadinejad said Iran seeks cordial ties with Latin American states. Read More

Canuck women volleyballers fall to Cuba

The national women's volleyball team is almost in a must-win situation to have any hope of making the playoffs after dropping its second straight match at the Pan Am Cup in Rosarito, Mexico late Saturday. Read More

Finishing Sunday

Three major tournaments wrapped up Sunday on three different continents, more or less. Read More

A decade after dispute, Elian Gonzalez still affects those he met in D.C. area

<div align="justify"> Until recently, it was the image that the Kopffs most closely associated with their one-time party guest, the sole survivor of a raft full of refugees that sank off the coast of Florida in November 1999. </div> Read More

Raul Castro suits up for Vatican envoy in Havana

HAVANA — A meeting between the Vatican's foreign minister and President Raul Castro sparked hopes Sunday that more of the island's political prisoners may be released or transferred to jails closer to home. Read More

Cuba to celebrate national day next to Che Guevara's grave

<div align="justify"> Cuba will celebrate its national holiday on July 26 in the city of Santa Clara, next to the mausoleum dedicated to the legendary Argentine-Cuban guerrilla Ernesto Che Guevara, the official daily Granma reported Saturday. </div> Read More

Cuba calls on int'l community to face social catastrophes

<div align="justify"> The vice president of the Council of Ministers of Cuba, Ricardo Cabrisas Ruiz, called on the international community here on Saturday to get ready to face the great social disasters occurring in the world such as poverty and unemployment. </div> Read More

Ponies, a little promise

The existence of ponies in the Basic Unit of Cooperative Production UBPC &quot;Galafre&quot; of Turcios Lima Livestock Company, generated big surprise in those who were listening to the information, since these small horses has been limited to zoos and exhibition fairs. Read More

Temperamento with a Voice of its Own

<div align="justify"> When Roberto Fonseca came to the Buenavista Social Club to replace the irreplaceable,&quot;the distinctive and refined touch of maestro Rubén González-, he already qualified as a hope accepted in the field of Cuban jazz. </div> Read More