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Japan shuts down Cuba

Daisuke Matsuzaka is turning the World Baseball Classic into his personal showcase again. Read More

Obama should better ties with Cuba, says Lula

The US should improve ties with regional foes -- Cuba, Venezuela and Bolivia -- President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva of Brazil told his US counterpart Barack Obama on Saturday. Read More

Lula and Obama speak of Cuba and Venezuela

Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva has warned about the risks of protectionism at his first meeting with US President Barack Obama. Read More

Cuba vs. Japan today in World Baseball Classic

Three years ago these teams faced off in the championship game. Now they will meet again at the same Petco Park Stadium, but this time at the beginning of Round Two play Read More

Cuba thrash Mexico 16-4 to win World Baseball Classic Pool B

Ariel Pestano belted a three-run homer to help Cuba power past hosts Mexico 16-4 on Thursday, the crushing victory sealing top spot for the Caribbean team in Pool B qualifying at the World Baseball Classic. Read More

Washington Fines Company for Commercial Ties with Cuba

Lactalis USA, the American subsidiary of the French cheese giant Lactalis, has been fined $ 20,950 by the Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) of the US Treasury Department for commercial operations with Cuba Read More

Chelsea galleries visit Havana

Twenty-eight US art galleries have been invited to show work at the Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes in Havana, Cuba, for the first time since 1986. Read More

Cubans applaud U.S. bill easing trade, travel

Cubans applauded on Tuesday the passage of a bill by the U.S. Congress that would ease some travel and trade restrictions against the communist island, but said they hope for more changes under President Barack Obama. Read More

Cuba beats Australia to reach 2nd round at WBC

Pinch-hitter Yosbany Peraza hit a two-run homer in the eighth inning and Cuba survived a scare to beat Australia 5-4 on Tuesday to earn a spot in the second round of the World Baseball Classic. Read More

Current art created in New York to be shown in Cuba

For the first time in more than twenty years people in Cuba might be able to enjoy a collective exhibition of contemporary art conceived in New York, when the National Fine Arts Museum welcomes the exhibition Chelsea visits Havana which will be opened next March 28, was announced in a press conference in this capital. Read More

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