Topsy-Turvy Laws, Trendiness Bring Cuban Artists Riches
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Topsy-Turvy Laws, Trendiness Bring Cuban Artists Riches

ANDREA RODRIGUEZ, Associated Press HAVANA (AP) — Late one balmy spring night during Havana’s 12th…

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Don’t be a Data Dummy When You Travel Overseas
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Don’t be a Data Dummy When You Travel Overseas

  (USA Today) – Talk is cheap. Unless you travel internationally. Then your wireless phone…

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Is Paris Still a Haven for Black Americans?
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Is Paris Still a Haven for Black Americans?

  (Smithsonian) – My father, a bookish black man old enough to be my grandfather,…

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Passports for a Price: The Business Showing Poor Countries How to Sell Citizenship
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Passports for a Price: The Business Showing Poor Countries How to Sell Citizenship

  (Bloomberg) – In 2006, the tiny Caribbean state of St. Kitts and Nevis was…

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Q&A: US Government Eases Cuba Travel Restrictions
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Q&A: US Government Eases Cuba Travel Restrictions

SCOTT MAYEROWITZ, AP Airlines Writer NEW YORK (AP) — Americans are one step closer to…

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US Loosens Embargo on Cuba, Making Trade and Travel Easier
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US Loosens Embargo on Cuba, Making Trade and Travel Easier

BRADLEY KLAPPER, Associated Press MICHAEL WEISSENSTEIN, Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — The Obama administration is…

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Travel Interest to Cuba from the US Increases by 180%
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Travel Interest to Cuba from the US Increases by 180%

  (Hospitality Net) – Following President Obama’s statement on 17th December, hotel searches to Cuba…

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Singapore Tops List of Best Countries to Visit in 2015
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Singapore Tops List of Best Countries to Visit in 2015

(The Independent) – Singapore has topped Lonely Planet’s Best in Travel 2015 list this year, followed by…

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