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Cuba-U.S. anti-drug cooperation successful: official

<div align="justify"> 10:31, June 25, 2010. The cooperation between Cuba and the United States in the fight against drug trafficking has been successful and yielded &quot;positive results,&quot; a senior Cuban government official said Thursday. </div> Read More

Copa Airlines Increases Flights to Cuba

Copa Airlines announced the increase of its flights to and from Cuba from next July to five return daily flights, said executives of the company. Read More

Forging a bond: The search for Cuban art for future exhibit

<div align="justify"> There’s something about Cuba that captures the imagination of folks in South Florida.Some of it is the proximity, the feeling it’s so close you can reach out and touch it. </div> Read More

Traveling protest of embargo on Cuba to stop in Sioux Falls

<div align="justify"> Pastors for Peace will host an event supporting the 21st Friendshipment Caravan to Cuba on July 8 in McKennan Park.<br /> </div> Read More

Pupy Pedroso makes Boston timba land

<div align="justify"> There was history in the air Tuesday night when one of the giants of Cuban music, Cesar “Pupy” Pedroso, led his powerhouse band Los que Son Son into Boston for the first time. </div> Read More

ALBA Summit Begins in Ecuador

<div align="justify"> HAVANA, Cuba, Jun 24 (acn) The Summit of the Bolivarian Alliance for the Peoples of the Americas (ALBA) begins today in the Ecuadorean city of Otavalo with the purpose of prioritizing issues related to native peoples and Afro-descendants. </div> Read More

Cuba's Buena Vista Social Club to miss U.S. show

<div align="justify"> HAVANA (Reuters) – The first of three U.S. concerts scheduled by Cuban band Buena Vista Social Club has been canceled because of a delay in getting U.S. visas, their U.S. lawyer said on Thursday. </div> Read More

Chicago cardinal heads to eastern Cuba for 2 days

<div align="justify"> AP. Wed Jun 23, 2:00 pm ET.HAVANA – The president of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops was bound for eastern Cuba on Wednesday to consult with local Roman Catholic priests and pay a visit to the island's patron saint. </div> Read More

USA challenged in Geneva for violations against Cuba

<div align="justify"> Thursday, 24 June 2010 09:39. HAVANA, Cuba.- Delegates from Cuba and other countries brought up on Wednesday at the heart of the World Trade Organization (WTO) the question of the US violations against the Caribbean island in basic principles of the international exchange of goods. </div> Read More

Cuba, Brazil to increase hi-tech cooperation

Cuba and Brazil are holding talks here to strengthen hi-tech cooperation in areas such as vaccines and other medical biotech products, local media reported on Wednesday. Read More