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St. Petersburg albergaría consulado cubano en EE.UU.

VOA News Miami y sus alrededores, donde se concentra la mayor cantidad de cubanos en Florida, han sido descartadas por razones políticas, pues la poderosa comunidad cubana está en contra de albergar el consulado. La ciudad de St. Petersburg parece haberse impuesto sobre Tampa, ambas en la costa oeste de Florida, como futura sede del […]Load more...

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US Hellfire Missile Goes Missing; Turns Up In Cuba

U.S. officials are trying to figure out how an inert Hellfire missile used in a training mission in Europe ended up in Cuba, according to a report, in what appears to be one of the most bizarre ever disappearances of sensitive U.S. military technology. The Wall Street Journal reported Thursday that U.S. officials have for […]Load more...

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US, Cuba to Restore Direct Postal Service

Megan Duzor The United States and Cuba say they have agreed to re-establish direct postal service, which was cut more than five decades ago at the height of the Cold War. The two countries announced Friday that they would launch a pilot program in the coming weeks to test the direct service. They did not […]Load more...

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Embassy Reopenings Top Americans’ List in Cuba Talks

A Cuban delegation will be at the State Department on Friday to talk about restoring diplomatic ties with the United States for the first time since 1961 — part of President Barack Obama’s initiative to end the trade embargo against Cuba. A senior State Department official said Friday’s session would focus solely on doing what […]Load more...

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Army spokesman: Guantanamo 9/11 Hearing canceled

WASHINGTON— Court officials canceled a two-day pretrial hearing for suspects in the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks on Monday at the U.S. prison in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, a U.S. Army spokesman said.The hearing, intended to examine allegations the FBI tried to infiltrate legal defense teams, according to a docket on a Pentagon website. It would have been […]Load more...

Este día en la historia

Today In History: April 17 1961

An army of 1400 Cuban exiles opposed to Castro, recruited, trained and financed in secret by the United States, invaded their country in the Bay of Pigs. US President John F. Kennedy, annoyed by the two years of Communist regime in Cuba, approved the invasion but, at the last moment, refused to order air support when […]Load more...

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American Prisoner in Cuba on Hunger Strike

Cuba’s Foreign Ministry says that it received «with concern» the information that the imprisoned U.S. subcontractor Alan Gross had started a hunger strike last week. In the statement, signed by Josefina Vidal, General Director of the U.S. Department of the Foreign Ministry in Havana, the Cuban Government stressed that they are willing to find a […]Load more...

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The White House Calls on Cuba to Release Alan Gross

The White House reiterated Monday that the arrest of American businessman Alan Gross in Cuba prevents a more constructive relationship between Washington and Havana. So said the White House spokesman, Jay Carney during the daily briefing at the U.S. capital. «We continue working to secure their release,» Carney said. «Gross is a husband of 64 […]Load more...