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Cubans in Seoul , the visit wil serve as catalyst for improved ties

The mission consists of officials and businessmen from Cuba, one of the four countries with which Korea has no diplomatic relations. Read More

In a letter to President Raúl Castro, Pope Benedict XVI praises Cuba’s hospitality

"I reciprocate the exquisite hospitality extended to me in unforgettable days spent in your country with a unique remembrance in prayer, pleading the Almighty for Cuba to continue moving forward with determination in the path of freedom, solidarity and harmony, for the common good and progress of all of its sons and daughters," Read More

The Ship of Tolerance is One of the main Attractions of the Havana Biennial

The ship of tolerance, a humanist project by Russian-American artists Emilia and Ilya Kabakov, the creators have already shown this piece in Venice, Switzerland, England, Egypt and the United States. It consists of a ship, the sails of which are designed by children of the places it puts in at a port. Read More

Long fight during the trial is predicted in Guantanamo Sept. 11 case

"It's going to take time," said the chief prosecutor, Army Brig. Gen. Mark Martins, who said he expects to battle a barrage of defense motions before the case goes to trial. Read More

Group Buena Fe from Cuba received Venezuela's Order of Merit

The condecoration was handed down by Jorge Rodriguez, Mayor of the municipality of Libertador, in the May Day concert at the Municipal Theater, one of the most beautiful and representative theaters<br /> of Caracas. Read More

Cuba oil drilling shifts west; that could raise risk for South Florida

The exact location of the new site is a closely guarded secret, but sources familiar with drilling operations say it will be off the northwest coast of Cuba a little more than 100 miles from Key West. Read More