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January 18th

WSB: Cuba 5-0 Mexico – Domadores back to their best

It was a big night in Havana for the Cuba Domadores last night as they dominated the first of our Super-Saturday derby matches in Group B. Read More

January 16th

First American Paintings to Be Shown in Cuba in 50 Years

Key West folk artist Mario Sanchez to be exhibited at Havana's national fine-arts museum Read More

US Collegians on Baseball Diplomacy Tour in Cuba

Balls and strikes, not politics, ruled the day Wednesday at a baseball diamond in Havana, as last year's NCAA Division II championship team from the University of Tampa played an exhibition game against a Cuban youth squad Read More

Kerry appeals to Vatican to help free American jailed in Cuba

Secretary of State John Kerry on Tuesday called on the Vatican to help secure the release of an American contractor who has been jailed in Cuba for nearly five years Read More

January 15th

Former Sen. Bob Graham in Cuba to talk oil drilling

Former U.S. Senator and Florida Gov. Bob Graham is part of an American contingent traveling to Cuba on Monday to explore the communist nation's oil drilling plans Read More

Cuba's First Year Of Immigration Reform: 180,000 People Leave The Country ... And Come Back

A year ago, Cuba approved groundbreaking immigration reform that allowed Cubans after five decades, to leave the country Read More

At Least 23 Ecuadorian Authors to Attend Havana Intl. Book Fair

The Ministry of Heritage and Culture of Ecuador confirmed that at least 23 local authors Hill attend the 23rd International Book Fair of Havana (FIL), during which Ecuador is a guest of honor Read More

January 7th

Cesar Pedroso and Adriano Rodríguez, Cuba Music Awards

Cuban musicians César "Puppy" Pedroso and Adriano Rodriguez deserved the 2013 National Music Award Read More

Master's Program in Cuba Receives International Award

The Universidad de Oriente Biotechnology Master's program today received the Ibero-American Quality Award for Post-Graduate and Doctoral Programs Read More

Cuba Says Good-Bye to Catholic Leader Carlos Manuel de Cespedes

Hundreds of people gave their final farewell Saturday to Cuban priest and intellectual Carlos Manuel de Cespedes, one of the most outstanding and influential figures of the Catholic Church on this Caribbean island in the last few decades Read More