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September 25th

Buena Vista Social Club brings classic Cuban sound to Minnesota

The Buena Vista Social Club took traditional Cuban music off the island and made it worldwide cool. Read More

Cuba: Nearly 183,000 travel abroad since reform

Nearly 183,000 Cubans have traveled overseas since a migratory reform law took effect earlier this year Read More

September 24th

Cow Quadruplets Born On Cuba Farm

Holy Cow! A Cuban dairy farmer says one of his cows has given birth to four healthy calves, a highly rare occurrence. Read More

Ecuador to contract 1,000 Cuban doctors

Barely one month after Brazil announced it would contract 4,000 doctors from the island for an estimated $192 million a year, President Rafael Correa said during his Saturday speech that Ecuador is planning to contract Cuban primary care physicians for $30 million a year. Read More

Cuba to Broaden Direct Business Between Tourist Industry and Farmers

Starting next month, a series of resolutions will enter into force allowing the direct purchase and sale of assorted products and services among hotels and restaurants in the tourist sector and state companies, cooperatives and private farmers Read More

Robertico Carcasses Performs With Silvio Rodríguez After Controversial Remarks At Concert

Robertico Carcasses, a Cuban musician who criticized the government at a nationally televised concert earlier this month, was back on stage at a Silvio Rodríguez show in this capital. Read More

September 22nd

Correa focusing on healthcare during Cuba visit

Possibly paving the way for more Cuban health care exports, President Rafael Correa and a large delegation of Ecuadorean officials focused on Cuba’s medical system during a one-day visit to the island Read More

Cuba, US reach maritime rescue agreement

Cuba and the United States have reached a rare preliminary agreement on working together more closely, in the field of air and maritime rescue, Havana's state newspaper Granma said. Read More

Thousands Run and Walk for Freedom of Cuban Five

Thousands of Cubans took to the streets today to run or walk five kilometers for the five patriots unjustly imprisoned in the United States as part of the journey claiming for their freedom. Read More

Cuban Slugger Brings Promise and Risk to the Plate

Abreu, a powerfully built right-handed hitter, loaded up on his back leg, waited on a curveball and hit a towering drive halfway up the outfield stands. Thirty major league front offices were surely paying attention. Read More