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Internacional Colloquium on Ernest Hemingway Begins in Havana

The event, the 12th of its kind organized by the Cuban National Heritage Council, the Finca Vigia Museum and the Hemingway Chair of the Jose Marti Internacional Journalism Institute<br /> Read More

Cuba's offshore oil hopes rise, US role uncertain

A huge offshore drilling platform will soon be lumbering its way to Cuba, an event that could kick-start Cuba's bid for energy independence and pressure the Obama administration to allow American companies a piece of the action. Read More

Refuses the US Supreme Court to Review Case of Cuban Five

The United States Supreme Court has refused to review the case of five Cuban anti-terrorist fighters who remain unjustly imprisoned in the United States since 1998 Read More

Protest Planned in Miami Demanding Right to Travel to Cuba for all US Citizens

The Miami based Association of Christian Women in Defense of the Family along with the Marti Alliance are calling for all those in favour of lifting the restrictions against US citizens visiting Cuba to join a convoy of cars next Saturday June 13 to drive through the city of Miami. Read More

Cuba Confirms Sixth Case of Influenza A H1N1 a 65-year-old Cuban women

After her arrival in Cuba, the woman presented a sore throat on June 3rd, and cough and expectoration the next day.<br /> Cuba confirmed its sixth case of Influenza A H1N1 after detecting the disease in a 65-year-old Cuban women, who recently visited the United States.<br /> Read More

Group Café Tacuba to Perform at Anti-imperialist Tribune in Havana

Café Tacuba visited Havana for the first time ten years ago. Then, the Almendares Park welcomed this emblematic Mexican quartet who gave a performance which many remember as one of the best rock and roll concerts of the 1990’s in Cuba. Read More

Spanish Foreign Minister, Moratinos says that Obama follows the Spanish politics with Cuba

Spanish Foreign Minister Miguel Angel Moratinos on Tuesday expressed his appreciation for U.S. President Barack Obama's attitude to Cuba but said that Spain will carry out its own policy towards the island. Read More

Cuba and US Women Squads Play Softball Friendly

Cuban and US women squads are playing a friendly match in this central Cuban province as part of a experience exchange project. Read More

Cuba confirmed its fifth case of Influenza A H1N1 on June 6 in Canadian Tourist

Cuba confirmed its fifth case of Influenza A H1N1 on June 6 after detecting the disease in a 62-year-old Canadian woman, who traveled from Toronto to eastern Santiago de Cuba June 2. Read More

Café Tacuba: special perfomance in Havana

Havana breathes that peculiar air of great shows as rock fans eagerly await the concert that will offer the popular Mexican band Café Tacuba this June 9th at the José Martí Anti-Imperialist Tribune. Read More

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