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Cardinal George arrives in Cuba

<div align="justify"> June 23, 2010 2:22 PM. Chicago's Cardinal Francis George arrived in Cuba today to meet with local Roman Catholic priests and pay a visit to a shrine for the island's patron saint. </div> Read More

'Get in the mood for a Cuba holiday' with the Buena Vista Social Club

<div align="justify"> Flights to Cuba could very well be on the increase soon if keen travellers happen to catch a gig by one of the country's most famous bands - the Buena Vista Social Club - this year. </div> Read More

Caribbean Storms May Strengthen in Gulf, Hampering Oil Cleanup

<div align="justify"> June 23 (Bloomberg) -- The first storm of the Atlantic hurricane season may enter the Gulf of Mexico as soon as next week, possibly disrupting BP Plc’s efforts to clean up the worst oil spill in U.S. history. </div> Read More

Silvio said to be ready to retire from stage

<div align="justify"> Wednesday in Orlando, singer-composer Silvio Rodríguez will end what might be his final tour of the United States. </div> Read More

Seminar on Jose Martí and Jose Rizal

21 June 2010 - The Philippine Embassy in Cuba reported that it conducted a seminar on the striking resemblances in the life and patriotism of Jose Rizal and Jose Marti, the national heroes of the Philippines and Cuba, respectively, in Havana on June 18. Read More

Ark. rice industry talks potential rice market in Cuba

<div align="justify"> Merchant members of the USA Rice Federation are in Havana, Cuba this week to assess the rice market potential in Cuba. </div> Read More

Aeroméxico Announces Flights to Cuba

<div align="justify"> Mexican airline Aeroméxico announced on Monday that it will open a new route of four flights a week to Cuba from July 5, with a stopover in Cancún. </div> Read More

Festival of Fire to Begin July 3 in Santiago de Cuba City

<div align="justify"> The 30th Festival of Fire will be held from July 3 to 9 in the eastern Cuban city of Santiago de Cuba. </div> Read More

Cuba, Vice President of the HRC

Cuba was elected on Monday as Vice President of the Human Rights Council, the main UN body specialized in promoting and protecting human rights. Read More

South of the Border

With a screenplay co-written by Tariq Ali and Mark Weisbrot, Oliver Stone’s South of the Border promised to be a good movie. Read More