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Daily Archives: March 10, 2011

For first time in the Luis Posada Carriles trial, a witness has linked the Cuban militant to explosives used in Cuba bombings. Continue reading
The U.S. government on Thursday said it will allow charter flights to Havana from Fort Lauderdale- Hollywood International Airport — all part of the ongoing easing of travel restrictions to the island by the Obama administration. Continue reading
Raising the profile of the National Statistics Office (ONE), a decree published in the Gaceta Oficial Thursday moved the institution from the Economy Ministry to the Council of Ministers. Over the past two years, ONE has increased both the quantity and pace of publishing data about the Cuban economy and society. The statistical summary for 2010 this year [...] Continue reading
The bribery trial of suspended Miami Commissioner Michelle Spence-Jones was delayed for a second day Thursday after the lead prosecutor was hospitalized with a serious medical condition. Continue reading
Los gobiernos de Cuba y Venezuela han destacado los avances en las estrategias de cooperación bilateral para hacer frente a la "guerra mediática" que supuestamente mantienen grupos de poder en estas dos naciones aliadas Continue reading
Brazilian Presidential Advisor Marco Aurelio García said during a work visit in Cuba Wednesday that the expansion of the Port of Mariel will be complete in 2014. Two tranches of a $800 million Brazilian government loan for the project have already been disbursed, and a third tranche has been approved but not yet been paid, García [...] Continue reading
A key prosecution witness testified Thursday that he heard a former CIA operative and anti-communist militant discuss how to smuggle explosives into Cuba during a period in 1997 when a series of bombs were exploding at top Havana hotels. Continue reading
Los Angeles-based AmericanTours International LLC recently announced it would begin offering travel services to Cuba, making it the biggest privately-owned U.S. travel organization yet to go to Cuba. Founded in 1977, ATI serves 1 million foreign visitors to the United States annually. The company is also a preferred travel provider for 50 million American Automobile [...] Continue reading
Dolor, dolor infinito que lacera nuestros corazones y nos ha condenado a vivir con los ojos preñados de lágrimas día a día, recordando el alevoso y vil asesinato de Orlando Zapata Tamayo por las sangrientas hienas Castristas. Hoy nos encontram... Continue reading
Abordaron el desarrollo y las perspectivas de los vínculos económico-comerciales. Marco Aurelio García realiza una visita de trabajo a la isla Continue reading
The prospect of further delays in the Luis Posada Carriles trial emerged again Wednesday when a star prosecution witness in the case said she was ill and a key document was excluded as evidence. Continue reading
After a debilitating condition had him paralyzed and on the brink of death, a former Cuban political prisoner took his first steps at Jackson Memorial Hospital. Continue reading