The Day that Rev. Jesse Jackson Took Fidel Castro to Church
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The Day that Rev. Jesse Jackson Took Fidel Castro to Church

By Don Terry (NNPA Newswire Guest Contributor) HAVANA — On the evening of December 1,…

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Obama to further ease Cuba travel, business restrictions  Read more: http://www.politico.com/story/2015/09/cuba-sanctions-213818#ixzz3mEl6cTwh
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Obama to Further Ease Cuba Travel, Business Restrictions
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Obama to Further Ease Cuba Travel, Business Restrictions

(Politico) – The White House announced Friday that it is relaxing additional restrictions on Cuba…

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Havana’s Hottest Spot is a Crowded Ramp to WiFi Bliss
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Havana’s Hottest Spot is a Crowded Ramp to WiFi Bliss

Nick Miroff, THE WASHINGTON POST     HAVANA (The Washington Post) — The busy stretch…

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In Policy Shift, Cuba Welcomes Back Doctors Who Deserted
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In Policy Shift, Cuba Welcomes Back Doctors Who Deserted

  HAVANA, Cuba (The Tico Times) – Cuba has decided to allow doctors who deserted while…

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Ghana to Bring in Cuban Doctors During Medical Strike
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Ghana to Bring in Cuban Doctors During Medical Strike

FRANCIS KOKUTSE, Associated Press ACCRA, Ghana (AP) — Ghana is going to bring in about…

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Presidential Candidate Slams Opening of US Embassy in Cuba; CARICOM Gives Move Thumbs Up
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Presidential Candidate Slams Opening of US Embassy in Cuba; CARICOM Gives Move Thumbs Up

  NEW YORK (Caribbean360.com) – The Caribbean Community (CARICOM) has congratulated Cuba and the United…

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Cubans Sound Unusually Open to Kerry Call for Democracy
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Cubans Sound Unusually Open to Kerry Call for Democracy

Anne-Marie Garcia and Michael Weissenstein, ASSOCIATED PRESS   HAVANA (AP) — The blazing Caribbean sun…

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Fidel Castro Says U.S. Still Owes Cuba Many Millions of Dollars in Damages
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Fidel Castro Says U.S. Still Owes Cuba Many Millions of Dollars in Damages

(NBC News) – Fidel Castro doesn’t exactly sound ready to embrace the new spirit of…

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Cuba’s Tourism Boom Leaves Some Worrying They’ll Be Left Out
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Cuba’s Tourism Boom Leaves Some Worrying They’ll Be Left Out

ANDREA RODRIGUEZ, Associated Press SANTIAGO, Cuba (AP) — This 500-year-old city smells of fresh paint…

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