1 hr ago
FARC speaks out against 'absolute power' of Colombia's Inspector General
Colombia's FARC rebel group directed strongly-worded criticism Wednesday at the country's Inspector General, calling his power "spurious" and "absolute."
5 hrs ago
Cubanarama tonight will focus on Cuban rock band Zeus documentary
If you like heavy metal and if you are an anti-Castro freedom loving individual, then you should tune in tonight to Cubanarama and Marta's online "live" interview with Nicholas Brennan.
16 hrs ago
US News & World Report
Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos Says No Deadline for Peace Talks With FARC
Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos said Tuesday that setting a timeline on his government's negotiations with the guerilla group FARC would be "counter-productive."
17 hrs ago
Shutdown of Cuban consular services could impact Tampa Bay
It has been impossible for the Cuban Interests Section in Washington, D.C. to find a domestic or international bank with branches in the United States to operate the bank accounts of the Cuban diplomatic missions.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Search Engine Roundtable
Carlos Juan Finlay's 180th Birthday Google Doodle
Today on the Google home page you will see a special Google logo for Carlos Juan Finlay's 180th Birthday.
US man marks 4 years in Cuban prison, writes Obama
Judy Gross, wife of Alan Gross, walks as she is interviewed before an event to mark his fourth year in prison in Cuba, Tuesday, Dec. 3, 2013, in Lafayette Park across from the White House in Washington.
Obama, Give Me Five
On November 12th, the three of us traveled twelve hours by bus from Havana to reach HolguA n, site of the 9th International Colloquium for the Freedom of the Five.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
US calls for release of Jewish-American entering 5th year of captivity in Cuba
Alan Gross was arrested in Havana on Dec. 3, 2009, for his work on a semi-covert US program promoting political change on the island.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
Reports from Cuba: Havana Smells Very Bad
Havana, Cuba, November 2013, www.cubanet.org - In Cuba there exists no consumer society.
Flight Service From Key West To Cuba Struggles To Get Off The Ground
Two years ago, U.S. Customs and Border Projection gave Key West the green light to resume flights to and from Cuba.
Sat Nov 30, 2013
The Miami Herald
Cuba says 2 dead as heavy rains collapse buildings
Cuban authorities say two people are dead due to torrential rains that have lashed the country for the last two days.
'Advances of the Castro Revolution': Two dead after building collapses in Havana, Cuba
The so-called Advances of the Castro Revolution have been credited for almost everything from education to health care .
Fri Nov 29, 2013
UN agency welcomes selection of two female negotiators for Colombiaa s peace talks
"We applaud this deliberate effort by President [Juan Manuel] Santos to bring greater gender balance to his negotiating team to bring peace to Colombia," UN Women said in a news release.
Caribbean News Now!
Cuba suspends consular services in US over lack of banking
HAVANA, Cuba -- The over-50-year US economic embargo of Cuba is having a direct and negative impact on the world banking system, said Cuban American lawyer Jose Pertierra, while addressing the closing by the M & T Bank of the account of the Cuban Interests Section in Washington as a result of the US embargo of the island.
Reports from Cuba: Mummies Against Prostitutes: The Last Revolutionary Combat
Havana, Cuba. November, www.cubanet/org - The prostitutes of Havana never inspire as much pity as when we see them accompanied by those mummies of European and US Stalinism who today constitute their VIP clientele.
Ernesto Lecuona died 50 years ago today
Born in Guanabacoa, a suburb of Havana, in 1895, Lecuona first established himself as an outstanding pianist, graduating from the National Conservatory with the Gold Medal in performance at the age of seventeen.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
'We want a Colombia without coca' : Chief govt peace negotiator
Colombia's chief negotiator in ongoing peace talks with the FARC rebel group indicated that an eventual solution to the problem of illicit drug cultivation would be necessary to bring an end to the country's decades-long armed conflict.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
Caribbean News Now!
Letter: Heberprot-P, can we expect it just in time for the next elections?
Dear Sir: Whilst sitting in a famous Kingstown bar at the weekend, I listened while the owner, who sat with the customers, said how he was reliably told that the Heberprot-P medicine for diabetic foot ulcers was being held back in SVG now for the last two years, the product to be released at the next general election.
Cuba suspends consular services in US
The Cuban government said Tuesday it has suspended all consular services it provides in the United States because it cannot find a U.S. bank willing to take its business.
Santos appoints women as negotiators in Colombia peace talks
Colombia President Juan Manuel Santos announced Tuesday that two women will be joining negotiators for the government in ongoing peace talks with the counrty's largest rebel group the FARC in Havana, Cuba.