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Cuba to Increase Production of Havana Club Rum

Cuba will increase production of Havana Club to five million boxes (containing nine bottles each) in a medium term. Read More

Cuban Children to Pay Tribute to Antonio Guerrero

The Cuban children´s theater group La Colmenita will represent the poem “Acta de reunion de las aves endemicas de Cuba” (Meeting of Birds Endemic to Cuba), by Antonio Guerrero, one of the five Cubans unjustly incarcerated in the United States. <br /> Read More

Cuba May Restrict Visits by Florida United Methodists

The government of Cuba has called for a change in the 11-year relationship between the Florida United Methodist Conference and the Methodist Church in Cuba, Florida Bishop Timothy Whitaker announced Saturday. Read More

Cuba and Mexico Sign Health Cooperation Agreement

A cooperation agreement to boost the exchange of scientific knowledge was signed today in this city between the Mexican University of Veracruz and the Cuban International Neurological Restoration Center (CIREN). Read More

Guantanamo Meets Humane Standards, Report Finds

The conditions of confinement at the Guantanamo Bay detention facility in Cuba meet the standards set forth in Common Article 3 of the Geneva Conventions, according to a Pentagon report. Read More

Indiana's Republican Senator's Urges Revision of Sanctions on Cuba

The top Republican on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, Richard Lugar, said the time is right for re-evaluating U.S sanctions on Cuba. Read More

Cuban national baseball team trains in Mexico

The Cuban national baseball team was to hold its second training session in this high-altitude city on Sunday on a cloudy and cold day in Puebla. Read More

Ballet Nacional de Cuba will present Hansel and Gretel in Canada

The Canadian government agreed to celebrate, for the first time, the Day of the Family and a high point of that day will be the presentation of Hansel and Gretel, by the Cuban National Ballet (BNC, after its initials in Spanish). Read More

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