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September 20th

Cuban Cigars Holds Supremacy in Global Market

Supported by excellent quality, Cuban tobacco holds supremacy among handmade premium cigars, with an eight percent increase in global sales, according to an official announcement. Read More

Raul Castro Held Meetings with El Salvador’s First Lady and Jamaica’s Foreign Minister

Cuban President Raul Castro received El Salvador’s First Lady and Secretary for Social Inclusion, Doctor Vanda Pignato, who is on a working visit to Cuba. Read More

Cuba’s Yoan Pablo Hernandez gets decision win over gritty Canadian Troy Ross to keep IBF cruiserweight belt

Cuba's Yoan Pablo Hernandez, left, attacks challenger Troy Ross of Brampton in their IBF cruiserweight world title bout in Bamberg, Germany, last Saturday. Read More

Fifty-Five Percent of Florida Cubans are Voting for Barack Obama

For years Republicans have been able to rely on solid support from the majority of Florida's Cuban community, but one of the few public polls that actually includes figures specifically on Cuban voters says that President Barack Obama actually has a 16-point advantage over Mitt Romney among Florida Cubans. Read More

September 19th

Cuba Denounces USA Hides Evidences of Aircraft Incident

The United States keeps hidden satellite images that prove that the downing of two planes of a Miami-based terrorist group in February 1996 occurred in Cuban airspace, denounced the parliamentary president Ricardo Alarcon. Read More

‘Yo Soy Cuba’ photo exhibit at Art Way Gallery

Yo Soy Cuba, “I am Cuba”, opened recently at the Art Way Gallery, in Plainsboro, NJ. Photographer Ilya Genin, of Yardley, Pa., has taken several trips to Cuba in the last few years, capturing a stunning collection of black-and-white photographs, of which 60 are on display. Read More

Cuba and Vietnam Review Cooperation Plans

The 30 Session of the Intergovernmental Cooperation Mechanism between Cuba and Vietnam began today, aiming at reviewing the results of the current programs and the future of mutual economic and technical-scientific cooperation. Read More

Cuba says it proposed talks on jailed American, no U.S. response

Cuba has proposed talks with the United States about resolving the case of jailed American contractor Alan Gross, but has received no response, indicating a lack of interest by Washington, a top Cuban diplomat said on Monday. Read More

Cuba sets trial date for Spaniard charged in deadly crash

The negligent homicide trial of the Spanish political activist who was at the wheel for the car crash that killed prominent dissident Oswaldo Paya will begin Oct. 5 Read More

September 18th

Cuban ingenuity in the iPhone age

When my iPhone slipped from the back of the tank and into the toilet, I snatched it out immediately. Though at first all seemed fine, it soon switched off and remained unresponsive. Read More