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February 28th

Another 'Cuban Five' intelligence agent to be freed

Accused of being a spy in the United States, Fernando Gonzalez can expect a hero's welcome when he returns to Cuba Read More

Matos, Cuban rebel leader turned Castro foe, dies

Matos, a Cuban revolutionary, had a falling out with Castro over the direction of the revolution and was jailed for 20 years before his release in 1979. Matos died of a heart attack at a Miami area hospital. He was 95. Read More

In Cuba The 16th Havana Festival

The 16th Havana Festival, the world's premier cigar event, began on Monday with cigar enthusiasts from around the world coming to Cuba Read More

February 26th

Havana Book Fair Chapter Ends

After 10 days of literary passion through the city, Havana concludes its chapter in the 23rd International Book Fair (FIL 2014), set to kick off its tour of the rest of the Island Read More

Book on Cuban Ballerina Viengsay Valdes Exposes Sacrifices

Famous Cuban classic ballerina Viengsay Valdés presented today the electronic version of a book about her life, written by sociologist Carlos Tablada, with a title that characterizes her, De Acero y Nube (Of Steel and Cloud) Read More

Cuba says cigar sales up 8 percent in 2013

Cuban cigar officials say sales of the island's famous hand-rolled stogies rose about 8 percent last year. Read More

February 24th

Cuban windsurfer rescued after four days at sea by U.S. Coast Guard

United States Coast Guard officers arrive at their base in Key West, Florida, with a Cuban man they rescued on one of the uninhabited islands of the Marquesas Keys about 20 miles west of Key West Read More

February 23rd

WSB: Cuba 5-0 Kazakhstan: error or masterstroke?

The score line was emphatic and the 14,000 or so home supporters in Havana were delighted. So did the Astana Arlans Kazakhstan coach Sergiy Korchynsky get it completely wrong last night? Actually we don’t think he did, and here is why Read More

First US-Cuba Museum Exchange in 5 Decades

Cuban artists, all of whom were raised on the island and have launched international careers from there, are exhibiting their works in Key West. Organizers say it is the first exchange between Cuban and U.S. museums in more than five decades Read More

February 22nd

Dodgers sign Cuban shortstop Arruebarrena

The Los Angeles Dodgers signed Cuban shortstop Erisbel Arruebarrena to a five-year contract Read More