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A cultural evening as part of the 3rd Annual International Che Guevara Conference

<div align="justify"> Saturday night of the conference will be a special evening about the struggle for freedom of the 5 Cuban heroes held in US prisons. </div> Read More

ALBA Members Agree to Create Permanent Commission

<div align="justify"> HAVANA, Cuba, Jun 25 (acn) Participants in the 10th Summit of the Bolivarian Alliance for the Peoples of Our America (ALBA) agreed to create a Permanent Commission of the organization.<br /> </div> Read More

Teatro Buendia with Goodman Production

<div align="justify"> I was interviewing a Cuban director named Flora Lauten, and a writer named Raquel Carrio, over the telephone. </div> Read More

Agriculture Committee to Vote on Freedom Travel to Cuba on Wednesday, June 30

<div align="justify"> A few weeks ago you were informed about H.R. 4645, the latest version of the &quot;Freedom to Travel to Cuba&quot; Bill, now known as the &quot;Travel Restriction Reform and Export Enhancement Act&quot; that will be voted on in the House Committee on Agriculture on June 30! </div> Read More

Oil Spill Diplomacy: The Response from the Americas

Booming operations continue in the Gulf of Mexico as part of the cleanup effort from the BP oil spill. Read More

Cuba supports Syria's bid for the Golan, restates backing of Palestinians' rights

<div align="justify"> From a dispatch from the Syrian Arab News Agency (SANA): In a statement to SANA ahead of President Bashar al-Assad's upcoming visit to Cuba, Chargé d'Affaires at the Cuban Embassy in Damascus Pedro Estevez Pineiro described the visit as &quot;historic,&quot; adding that it will help strengthen bilateral relations between the two countries. </div> Read More

Social order needs change: South Africa-Cuba

<div align="justify"> Pretoria - South Africa and Cuba agreed on Friday that more had to be done to change the world's social order to enable a response to poverty, disease and underdevelopment, the international relations department said. </div> Read More

Fernández to discuss Cuba at Museum

Dr. Damian Fernandez, former director of the Cuban Research Institute at the Florida International University and provost of Purchase College, will present Utopia/Dystopia Read More

Global economic slowdown causes fluctuation in Cuba's tourism industry

<div align="justify"> The ongoing global economic slowdown has affected Cuba's tourism sector, reducing its tourist arrivals from Europe by 4-10 percent in the first quarter of the year. </div> Read More

Silvio Rodriguez’ U.S. Tour Successfully Wraps Up

HAVANA, Cuba, Jun 24 (acn) Cuban singer songwriter Silvio Rodriguez concluded his first tour of the United States in 30 years, with a concert in the city of Orlando, in the southeast of Florida, on Wednesday. Read More