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Cuba: Clinton's comments on Castros 'cynical'

Cuban state media dismissed U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton as a cynic on Monday for her assertion that Fidel and Raul Castro don't want Washington's 48-year embargo lifted because they would no longer be able to blame America for their country's problems.<br /> Read More

Workshop on exporting to Cuba scheduled April 21

HOUSTON- A workshop on exporting food, forestry and agricultural products to Cuba is scheduled April 21 in Houston. The workshop, which will be held at Brady's Landing at 8505 Cypress, is sponsored by the Texas- Cuba Trade Alliance , the Texas AgriLife Extension Service and the Greater Houston Partnership. <br /> Read More

Former Orioles pitcher, Cy Young winner Mike Cuellar dies at 72

Mike Cuellar, a crafty left-hander from Cuba whose darting screwball made him a World Series champion and Cy Young winner with the Baltimore Orioles, died Friday. He was 72. Read More

FBI Questions American Travelers To Cuba

At least 10 Americans who recently traveled to Cuba through cultural exchange programs have been questioned by FBI agents, either at home or over the phone, lawyers for the groups tell Huffington Post. Read More

Cuban-Americans travel to their homeland in ever-increasing numbers, paper reports

Cubans living in the United States are flying to the island in rising numbers, taking advantage of the relaxation in travel regulations, the Mexican newspaper La Jornada reports. Read More

South Florida sees upswing in family trips to Cuba

South Florida has seen a surge in trips to Cuba as new U.S. policies toward Havana take shape. Read More

Howard Lake farmer explores Cuban agriculture

HOWARD LAKE, MN – Howard Lake farmer Dave Marquardt experienced a foreign flavor of agriculture during his recent trip to Cuba. Read More

Cuba Calls upon US in Geneva

Cuba once again called upon the United States before the Dispute Settlement Body of the World Trade Organization Friday for not fufilling recommendations, criticism to which another 11 delegations joined. Read More

Families of Guantanamo detainees want the truth about "suicides"

The families of men who died in 2006 in the prison located on the illegal Guantanamo Bay Naval Base – whose deaths the U.S. army presented as suicides – have petitioned the courts to reconsider their lawsuit, given new testimony by army officers who were on the base when those events occurred, the AFP reported on Thursday. Read More

Lifting Cuban trade restrictions could mean millions for Minnesota agriculture, lawmakers say

The latest effort to bridge the 90-mile gap from Key West to Cuba is being led here by a pair of Minnesota lawmakers who contend that easing restrictions on the island nation could mean millions for Minnesota’s agriculture industry. Read More

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