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September 12th

Cuba Farmers Can Sell Directly To Hotels And Restaurants

Cuban authorities have authorized independent farmers to sell directly to hotels and tourist-oriented restaurants. Read More

Cuba Streamlines Public Health System

One challenge faced by the Cuban government, and a high priority for citizens, is improving the efficiency and sustainability of public health services, a constitutional right that the state is supposed to ensure for all. Read More

September 10th

Cuba-US swimmer Diana Nyad to face her critics

Diana Nyad is planning to meet sceptics who have questioned her 53-hour swim from Cuba to the US. Read More

Creole block

For the first time he has something of his own, something no one has given him. He is a man with neither privilege nor obedience. Read More

September 8th

The Cuban Museum Presents ORISHAS at Koubek Center This Weekend

A dance-theater performance by New York-based artist Yesenia Selier and her troupe, inspired in the traditions of the female orishas of the Yoruba people of Nigeria Read More

Cuba’s Stray Dogs Have Their Champions

“I’ve lost count of all the animals I’ve saved. I also feed 16 cats that live in the garage of my apartment building,” González told IPS. From a young age, she has been taking in dogs and other stray animals Read More

September 7th

Cuba Loses against Japan in Youth World Baseball

Cuba lost the opportunity to contend for a gold medal at the World Youth Baseball Championship in Taipei China after falling today 0-10 against Japan, the best team in the tournament. Read More

Cuban judoka says offered bribe at world championships

Cuban judoka Asley Gonzalez, the champion in the 90-kilo weight class at the recently concluded World Judo Championships in Rio de Janeiro, said someone offered him a bribe to throw the gold medal match Read More

Cuba-to-Florida swimmer: 'You're never too old'

Diana Nyad has become the first person to swim from Cuba to Florida without the help of a shark cage. 35 years after first trying, Diana Nyad completes Cuba-Florida swim, braving treacherous currents Read More

Storm Ends Retired Cuban Baseball Stars' Fla. Game

What a political storm couldn't stop, a tropical one did. Thunder, lightning and flash flooding on last Saturday rained out the first South Florida matchup between retired Cuban baseball players from both sides of the Florida Straits. Read More