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US man in prison in Cuba dreams of freedom, going to Cuban baseball game, eating ribs

Gross, imprisoned in Cuba for more than two years would like to see a Cuban baseball game, eat ribs and drink Scotch if and when he gets out of prison, his older sister Monday, Aug. 6, 2012. Read More

Cuba says latest offshore well is not successful

Cuba's hopes for energy independence suffered another blow on Monday when its state oil company said the island's latest offshore oil well was not successful. Read More

Cuban Painters Exhibit their Works in London

Four Cuban artists were granted gold medals in recognition of their participation at a visual arts exhibition organized by Britain and China in the context of London’s Olympics. Read More

Cuba's Elderly Population Tests Economic Reforms

Cuba's labor force is shrinking just when President Raúl Castro's government is struggling to implement reforms that aim to resuscitate an economy long on life support. Read More

London 2012 Olympics: Cuba’s Mijain Lopez retains his wrestling title

After a redemptive win over Turkish rival Riza Kayaalp in the semi-finals, Cuba’s Mijain Lopez said that he did not think anyone else could touch him. Lopez was not bragging. Nobody was getting in the way of his second straight Olympic gold medal. Read More