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Coast Guard repatriates 13 Cubans rescued by fishermen off Keys

The Coast Guard on Thursday handed over to Cuba authorities 13 migrants who were saved from a sinking boat south of the Keys last week. Read More

A voyage from Vienna to Cuba with Pianist Jorge Luis Prats

The Miami International Piano Festival kicks off this Sunday December 9th at 5 PM the great pianist Jorge Luis Prats . Prats will offer an intimate recital named from Vienna to Cuba, by the title we understand he will be performing music from the classical period such as Johann Strauss and Schubert to the modern songs of Cuban Icon Ernesto Lecuona. Read More

Cuba sugar cane marabu weeds 'could be turned to fuel'

Drive anywhere in the Cuban countryside and you will spot the marabu lining the road: a dense, woody weed that grows as tall as trees and has invaded vast swathes of agricultural land. Read More

Cuba, the Premise of Sharing What It Has

More than 40,000 Cuban professionals working in about 65 countries in sectors like health and education, show what authorities call sharing the achievements of the island on the basis of universal social development. Read More

Habanos S.A. New Co-President is an Expert

Realignment of the board of directors of Habanos S.A. International Corp. set a new co-President Walfrido Hernández, an expert born in Pinar del Río, Cuba's top tobacco growing region. Read More Launches Double Bonus (Double Balance Cubacel) for Christmas

Between 11 and 14 December 2012 will be available Double Bonus Recharge for all mobile phone users in Cuba. launches this promotion in the last month of the year to give its users more happiness at Christmas. Read More

Alberto Diaz Gonzalez, Miami Man, Smuggled 16 Birds In His Pants At Miami International Airport

Customs officials at Miami International Airport made a strange discovery while patting down an elderly Miami man returning from Havana. Read More

Cuba blocks calls to phone system used by dissidents

The Cuban government is blocking calls to U.S. and Spanish telephone numbers once described as a 911 service for dissidents - a system they could use to swiftly report abuses to supporters abroad. Read More

President Chávez arrives in Venezuela from Cuba

About 2:30 am, President Hugo Chávez arrived in Venezuela from Cuba, and told reporters that he was "happy" for his return, state-run television channel VTV reported Read More

Iberia to halt non-profitable routes, lay off 4,500 employees

Spanish airlines, Iberia, said Friday it was permanently halting flights to Cairo, Istanbul, Athens, Havana in Cuba and Santo Domingo in the Dominican Republicas in 2013, part of the carrier's restructuring policy. Read More