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  1. Sunwing Vacations Announces the Opening of Starfish Cuatro Palmas in Varadero, CubaRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 22 | Market Wire

    Sunwing Vacations is pleased to announce the opening of Starfish Cuatro Palmas in Varadero, Cuba. Exclusive to Sunwing, the resort is designed to delight guests of all ages with an active schedule of social events and activities, comfortable accommodations, all inclusive features, and friendly service.

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  2. ABC's World News Tonight, NBC Nightly News Stage Full-Fledged Cuban Tourism InfomercialsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 21 | NewsBusters.org

    In conjunction with the U.S. diplomatic delegation arriving in Cuba on Wednesday for talks with the Communist regime, ABC's World News Tonight with David Muir and NBC Nightly News went out of their way to all but again ignore the brutal past of the Castro government and instead stage unapologetic promotions of the country that lies 93 miles to America's south. All told, NBC Nightly New s spent a whopping nine minutes and 19 seconds of its airtime to Cuba over the course of three teases and segments each.

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  3. Cuba - open for US travelersRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 17 | Tripso.com

    Lying on a white sand beach at the edge of the turquoise sea, I could have been at any Caribbean destination. The major difference was that I was enjoying an experience which few Americans could share for more than the past 50 years.

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  4. New Cuba Rules Ease Restrictions For US VisitorsRead the original story

    Sunday Jan 18 | Airwise

    New rules that came into effect on Friday as part of moves to improve relations with Cuba will allow expanded travel possibilities for US citizens. The new regulations will allow Americans to visit the island for any of a dozen specific reasons, including family visits, education and religion, without first obtaining a special license from the US government as was previously the case.

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  5. Students Return From Cuba TripRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 17 | NBC Miami

    A few dozen students from the University of Southern California's Marshall School of Business returned from Cuba in a trip they called "once in a lifetime." John Cadiz Klemack reports for the NBC4 News at 5 and 6 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 16, 2015. 10 comments

  6. Cuba - open for US travelersRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 17 | Tripso.com

    Lying on a white sand beach at the edge of the turquoise sea, I could have been at any Caribbean destination. The major difference was that I was enjoying an experience which few Americans could share for more than the past 50 years.

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  7. Obama's new Cuba policy depends partly on hotel hand towelsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 16 | The Orlando Sentinel

    A Cuban and U.S. miniature national flags decorate the inside of a classic American car used as a collective taxi passes the Capitol Building in Havana, Cuba, Jan. 16, 2015 A Cuban and U.S. miniature national flags decorate the inside of a classic American car used as a collective taxi passes the Capitol Building in Havana, Cuba, Jan. 16, 2015 A woman arranges items at a souvenir shop for tourists in Old Havana, Cuba, Jan. 15, 2015. Not just hand towels, but working air conditioning, breakfast waffles and the hundreds of other amenities that American tourists will demand when they flood to Cuba in numbers that travel experts expect to double this year, thanks to the loosening of travel restrictions on Friday.

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  8. USC Students Return From "Once in a Lifetime" Cuba TripRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 16 | NBC Los Angeles

    When 40 USC students signed up for their class trip to Cuba in the Fall, they had no idea they'd be going just a week after the Obama administration would announce fundamental changes in the country's policy toward the island nation. When 40 Master of Business Administration students from USC's Marshall School of Business signed up for their class trip to Cuba in the Fall, they had no idea they'd be going just a week after the Obama administration would announce fundamental changes in the country's policy toward the island nation.

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  9. New Cuba Rules No Beach Bonanza for US TravelersRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 15 | News Max

    New U.S. rules that come into effect on Friday as part of moves to improve relations with Washington's old Cold War foe will allow expanded travel to communist-run Cuba for American citizens. The new regulations will allow Americans to visit the island for any of a dozen specific reasons, including family visits, education and religion, without first obtaining a special license from the U.S. government as was previously the case.

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  10. Top 10 Caribbean beach resortsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 8, 2014 | Canada Online Explorer

    ... that offers such features as a complimentary pillow menu. (Photo courtesy of Sandals Royal Plantation) Riu Varadero, Cuba: This all-inclusive, beachfront resort is an ideal destination for family getaways on a budget. Well-appointed rooms, 24-hour ...

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  11. Starfish Cuatro Palmas Opens in Varadero, CubaRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 13 | Hotel News Resource

    Starfish Hotels & Resorts announced the addition of Starfish Cuatro Palmas in Varadero, Cuba. The resort is the second property to be named under the expanding all inclusive brand.

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  12. Starfish Hotels & Resorts Introduces Second Property in CubaRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 12 | Market Wire

    The Caribbean's newest resort brand, Starfish Hotels & Resorts , is pleased to announce the addition of Starfish Cuatro Palmas in Varadero, Cuba. The resort is the second property to be named under the expanding all inclusive brand which represents outstanding value and promotes a lively vacation atmosphere.

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  13. Cuba will attract more tourists with US deal, needs to moderniseRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jan 11 | Daily Times

    HAVANA: Salsa music and cigar smoke swirl round the grand courtyard of Havana's famous Hotel Nacional, and guests enjoy stunning views out over the "Malecon" seafront promenade and the ocean beyond. But inside, many of its rooms are shabby and musty, the WiFi is costly and weak, customer service is often indifferent, and the food, while plentiful, is generally dull.

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  14. Cuba will attract more tourists with U.S. deal, needs to modernizeRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 6 | Reuters

    Salsa music and cigar smoke swirl round the grand courtyard of Havana's famous Hotel Nacional, and guests enjoy stunning views out over the "Malecon" seafront promenade and the ocean beyond. But inside, many of its rooms are shabby and musty, the WiFi is costly and weak, customer service is often indifferent, and the food, while plentiful, is generally dull.

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  15. OPINION: Sabotaging U.S.-Cuba Detente in the Kennedy EraRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 6 | Inter Press Service

    This is the third of three articles written by Robert F. Kennedy - son of late U.S. Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy and nephew of President John F. Kennedy - which address relations between the United States and Cuba during the 60-year period of the U.S. embargo against the island nation. The first article - "We Have So Much to Learn From Cuba" - was run on December 30, 2014, and the second - "JFK's Secret Negotiations with Fidel" - was run on January 5. - I grew up in Hickory Hill, my family's home in Virginia which was often filled with veterans of the failed Bay of Pigs invasion.

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  16. OPINION: JFK's Secret Negotiations with FidelRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 5 | Inter Press Service

    This is the second of three articles written by Robert F. Kennedy - son of late U.S. Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy and nephew of President John F. Kennedy - which address relations between the United States and Cuba during the 60-year period of the U.S. embargo against the island nation.

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  17. Renewed relations with Cuba opens door for visit to childhood home: Chagrin Valley ChatterRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 2 | Cleveland.com

    Although she was born in New York City, Anita spent her childhood in Cuba where her mother was a citizen. I have known Anita for years and she often speaks of wanting to go back and visit, but it wasn't until recently when President Obama announced his intent to normalize relations with Cuba that the idea could actually become reality.

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  18. Top 10 international stories of 2014Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 31 | Washington Blade

    From Vladimir Putin's persecution of gays to the welcoming tone of a new pope, it was a busy year on the international beat. The deaths of HIV/AIDS researchers and advocates weighed heavily on the attendees of the 2014 International AIDS Conference.

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  19. Cayo Coco: Cuba Will Celebrate Its New Year and New Start with a New MeliaRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 29 | HotelChatter

    Could there be better timing for your opening announcement? Just as Obama resumes relations with Cuba , Melia announces the January opening of its 27th hotel on the island, the Melia Jardines del Rey - a five star, all-inclusive on Cayo Coco . The behemoth hotel sits on Playa Flamenco, one of the newest stretches of beach to be colonized by hotels, and is built 'in the style of a sugar plantation' with 1176 rooms dotted about 25 buildings, some of which overlook the Caribbean.

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  20. Why travel to Cuba?Read the original story w/Photo

    Dec 27, 2014 | USA Today

    Cuba may only be 90 miles from Florida, but for half a century it's been largely off-limits to most Americans. That could soon change now that President Obama has normalized relations with the island nation.

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