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Europe's policy towards Cuba less emphasis on human rights

A European Union commissioner Monday told CNN's Christiane Amanpour that Europe's policy toward Cuba in the future will place less emphasis on human rights in the island nation than now.<br /> Read More

Hotel del Rijo at Sancti Spíritus province

The enchantment of a hotel at colonial times. It is a travel through imagination, Cuba’s 16-room hotel Encanto del Rijo, is located at the island’s central city of Sancti Spiritus.  Read More

Song to the roots and nature, it's Gaga party

The Gaga Party held at the Barrancas town, almost in the center of the eastern Cuban areas, is an endless parade of music, dance and colors. Read More

Nassau route back to the Bahamas

Minister of Tourism &amp; Aviation Vincent Vanderpool-Wallace promised to use the latest technology to draw visitors as he welcomed Condor Airlines back to the Bahamas on Friday, after a 20-year absence. Read More

Twenty Reggae Girls in do or die match

Jamaica's under-20 women footballers will have to play their best game of the tournament according to coach Vin Blaine, if they are to beat hosts Trinidad in Sunday's Caribbean group decider. Read More

Guantanamo prison will stay longer, media outlest announced

President Obama acknowledged Wednesday that he will not meet his original January deadline for shutting down the military prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Read More

Audiovisual Producer Mundo Latino on new Documentary Projects

The audiovisual producer of Cuba, Mundo Latino will edit a documentary on the revolutionary leaders Fidel Castro and the Vietnamese Ho Chi Min, as a way of revealing the good relationships between the two countries.<br /> Read More

Cuba inside

Long taboo for Americans, travel to the island nation may be within reach as the Obama administration has recently loosened travel restrictions for Cuban Americans and bills to lift restrictions for all U.S. Read More

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