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The U.S. general who opened the Guantanamo detention camp said Thursday it was a mistake and should be shut down because "it validates every negative perception of the United States."
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PRESIDENT OBAMA'S homage to Nelson Mandela on Tuesday was moving and heartfelt. He celebrated a "great liberator" who demonstrated the power of words, ideals and actions to change history.
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'He just says what they taught him': Boy at center of infamous international tug-of-war has been trained to say what Cuban leader tells him, American relatives claim The American relatives of Elian Gonzalez have claimed that he was taught the pro-Cuban line he adopted in interviews this week by Fidel Castro and his brother Raul.
The most significant political achievement of the year is the rapprochement in relations between the US and Iran after the signing of a temporary deal on the Iran nuclear programme, which had bedeviled relations between the two for a long time.
Latin Art Space Travel Programs are sanctioned by the US Department of the Treasury, Office of Foreign Assets Control, through the people-to-people cultural exchange travel license.
Pictures, reportedly, showing the leader of the Bulgarian extreme-right nationalist Ataka Party, Volen Siderov , on a Cuban beach stirred a fresh scandal in the country.
For travelers who are personally acquainted, Cuba's 21st century brand of tropical Marxism remains as ambivalent as it is alluring: a Caribbean party island where 1950s American cars splutter alongside horse-drawn carriages and sleek art deco towers flank crumbling colonial mansions emblazoned with revolutionary iconography.
ORGANISERS of the Red Bull World Cliff Diving Series have confirmed they will not be returning to the Blue Lagoon, Abereiddy, in 2014.
The Federation of Culinary Associations of the Republic of Cuba and the Cocinarte Academy of Gastronomy in Santiago de Cali, Colombia, signed an agreement to build closer ties and collaboration.
Cuban police detained dozens of dissidents, beat up others, blocked their telephones and sealed off their homes Tuesday to forestall a string of protests and other gatherings planned to mark International Human Rights Day.
Lawmakers scurried Tuesday to avoid failing to pass a defense authorization bill for the first time in more than a half-century, as the nation's top military commander warned that further delay might imperil U.S. troops stationed around the globe.
One name stands out on the guest list of thousands of youth at a conference in Ecuador this week: Elian Gonzalez.
President Barack Obama shook hands with Cuban President Raul Castro Tuesday at a memorial service for Nelson Mandela, a simple gesture that, while promptly downplayed by the White House, created a furor in Washington among critics of the Cuban regime.
Havana: For sure it's just what Mandela would have wanted, but does it amount to more than that? The historic handshake between US President Barack Obama and Cuba's Raul Castro at a memorial for Nelson Mandela on Tuesday was greeted on the streets of Cuba with surprise and hopes of improved relations.
In this image from TV, President Obama shakes hands with Cuban President Raul Castro at the memorial service for former South African President Nelson Mandela in Johannesburg on Tuesday.
Two congressional committees have agreed to make it easier for the Pentagon to transfer Guantanamo Bay prisoners to their home countries, surpassing a major hurdle in the Obama administration's ability to close the facility.