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Cuban stranded on the US border: "Many of those who came with us were raped by their women in the jungle"

Darío (fictitious name) is Cuban and is waiting to be interviewed by the immigration authorities of the United States. He arrived in Mexico after going through Guyana, Brazil, Venezuela, Colombia, Panama, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Honduras and Guatemala. He crossed the Darien jungle and does not recommend it. Read More

Minister of International Relations of Quebec visits Cuba

Christine St-Pierre, Minister of International Relations and La Francophonie of Quebec, arrived in Havana on a working visit, in the early hours of Monday, November 2. Read More

Nicky Jam post an image with his father and the people go crazy because of the similarity with Pablo Escobar

Nicky Jam, besides being a padrazo, is a great son and yesterday he showed off in the social edes with an image with which he brought out his most loving and familiar side. Read More

Enjoy a taste of Havana Sunday in Port Hope

The next concert in the Port Hope Friends of Music 35th Anniversary Season is March 14, with Havana's Lizt Alfonso Dance Cuba, at the Cameco Capitol Arts Centre. Read More

Cuban Band Los Van Van Rock Downtown Miami

On Sunday, Cuba's most famous dance band Los Van Van held a successful performance at the James L. Knight Center in downtown Miami. Read More

Obama Should End the Cuba Travel Ban and Stop Wasting U.S. Funds on Regime Change Effort

Sarah Stephens, executive director of the Center for Democracy in the Americas, issued the following statement about the Foreign Aid budget request for 2011 which proposes $20 million in wasteful spending on regime change programs for Cuba: Read More

I lied because I was taught by the CIA, says Posada Carriles

Attorney Jose Pertierra denounced the confessed terrorist Luis Posada Carriles argued before the Federal Court of El Paso, that his long years of work with the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) had misled him, confused him and that he was suffering from memory loss. Read More

Van Van Orchestra ready for its USA Tour

Los Van Van, a cult band credited with reinventing salsa time and again since their debut in 1969, will be the latest group of Cuban artists to benefit from a quiet resumption of cultural exchanges under current U.S. President Barack Obama. Read More

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