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ABC today One can only imaging the front page designers at work in Spain last night to cover the football result before their papers went to bed El Mundo has a front page photo of the team congratulating Puyol after his goal and captions The best
Silvio Rodriguez, the great Cuban singer-songwriter who performed a dazzling set Thursday night at the Gibson Amphitheatre, has the type of lyrical and melodic gifts that transcend ideology, even the bitter Cold War-era rhetoric of U.S.-Cuba
Friday at the First United Methodist Church at 9 Ross Valley Drive in San Rafael. La Riva is a member of the Party for Socialism and Liberation, director of the National Committee to Free the Cuban Five and an official in the Northern California
Friday 21 May 2010 In 1963, following heightened tensions in the aftermath of the Cuban Missile Crisis, President Kennedy imposed the first travel restrictions on American citizens desiring to travel to Cuba. After years of gridlock regarding the
tool goes here Cuban prima ballerina Alicia Alonso will return next month to New York and the American Ballet Theater, one of the places where she got her start in dance seven decades ago, for an early celebration of her 90th birthday.
Cuban folk icon Silvio Rodriguez has been booked to play at Carnegie Hall during his first U.S. tour in 30 years, but his office said Thursday that Washington has yet to approve his visa. The Cuban government Web site Cubadebate,
Cuban musician Carlos Varela performs at the United Methodist Church, opposite the American University in Washington, in this picture taken and released December 3, 2009. With U.S.-Cuba relations at their lowest point since President Barack Obama
Andy Piper Jorge Pinon Change is coming to Cuba...The Communist Party leadership has not trained the next generation to take power. A power void is coming and probably within the next decade. "We're saying now is the time to engage the young Cuban
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. Clinton's
Raul Castro called mounting international pressure over Cuba's human rights record one of the strongest assaults its communist government has ever faced and vowed not to yield to the "blackmail" of a high-profile hunger striker.