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Opposition activists march towards the Cuban embassy to protest against Cuban interference in Venezuela's internal affairs and against the government of President Nicolas Maduro, in Caracas on March 16, 2014.
I heard the story late, it happened a year ago. But the residents of Santa Fe, a coastal community to the west of Havana where about 50,000 people live, are afraid to say anything about Ramiro ValdA©s MenA©ndez, a "historic commander," who is credited with numerous shootings at the beginning of the Cuban Revolution.
Chatham artist Yolanda Fundora is being featured as the solo exhibitor in the Spring show, sponsored by the Art League of the Chathams , from Sunday, March 16-June 10 in the Lundt- Glover Gallery at the Chatham Township Municipal Building, 58 Meyersville Road.
Cuban Americans met in Miami on Saturday to discuss how to normalise relations with Cuba and end the five decade-long United States embargo against the communist-run island, the first such gathering in a decade in a city better known for hostility toward the communist-run island.
One panelist said Castro's reforms are moving "not slowly, but not fast enough" to meet the wishes of Cubans.
Population-wide weight loss and regain in relation to diabetes burden and cardiovascular mortality in Cuba 1980-2010: repeated cross sectional surveys and ecological comparison of secular trends Abstract Objective To evaluate the associations between population-wide loss and gain in weight with diabetes prevalence, incidence, and mortality, as well ... (more)
Venezuelan opposition legislator Maria Corina Machado has invoked a national demonstration this Sunday to protest against Cuban interference in the country.
The motion is the first successful use of the so-called European citizens' initiative , which was introduced by the Lisbon treaty and allows for 1 million EU citizens to assign the European Commission with a task, by way of their signatures.
Theater for the New City, the community cultural center that produces over thirty premieres of new American plays each year, is pleased to announce the return of acclaimed playwright Eduardo Machado with the world premiere of his new play Worship, directed by Michael Domitrovich .
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Cuba, with its tourist-dotted beaches and tangled political history, has long sustained trade partnerships with many countries.
Just three years after the Obama administration relaxed travel restrictions to Cuba, nearly every major tour company is now jockeying for the hearts and wallets of U.S. tourists.
The Castillo del Morro San Pedro de la Roca, a 17th century Spanish fortress, protects the entrance to the harbor in Santiago de Cuba, one of the stops on the new Cuba Cruise.
Among the many concerning revelations in this week's report by the U.N. Panel of Experts are details of how Cuba's Port of Mariel was used for smuggling 240 tons of weapons to North Korea, in violation of international sanctions.
A file picture taken on February 12, 2010, shows former British Guantanamo Bay detainee Moazzam Begg speaking during an Amnesty International press conference in Berlin.