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Cuba sees nickel output topping 50,000 tonnes
HAVANA: Cuba's nickel plus cobalt sulfide production will top 50,000 tonnes this year and earnings are up over 2017, the head of the country's state monopoly Cubaniquel was quoted by local media as stating on Wednesday.
Read From Allen Ginsberg’s Cuba Journals
By the end of 1964, when he received an invitation from Cuba’s minister of culture to participate in a writers’ conference in Havana, Allen Ginsberg had devoted a large block of his life to living in and exploring countries outside the United States. He’d lived in Mexico for several months in 1954,
Leaders of Leftist Latin American Regional Group Meet in Cuba
The leaders of a regional Latin American and Caribbean block of leftist governments met in Cuba’s capital, Havana, Friday with the host warning of “right-wing advances” in the region.
The beautiful ocean boundary between the U.S. and Cuba
— By Chrissy Sexton, Earth.com Staff Writer.
Photo Essay: 24 Hours In Havana, Cuba
When I booked my trip to Havana, Cuba, I was excited, nervous, and if I’m being completely honest, just about ready to figure a way out of the trip due to fear. Booking a solo trip to the country known for its cigars, classic cars, and rum meant a lot to me, but I was nervous because it was my first
Ag Coalition For Cuba Chair Says Farm Bill Amendment Will Help Trade With Cuba
One of the amendments in the just passed Farm Bill allows the Department of Agriculture to use funds for Cuba-related trade activities. The provision was offered by North Dakota Senator Heidi Heitkamp. Paul Johnson, chairman of the U.S. Agriculture Coalition for Cuba says the measure should help exp
U.S. Diplomats With Mysterious Illness in Cuba Had Inner-Ear Damage, Doctors Say
MIAMI — The American government employees in Cuba who suffered mystifying symptoms — dizziness, insomnia, difficulty concentrating — after hearing a strange high-pitched sound all had one thing in common: damage to the part of the inner ear responsible for balance, according to the first doctors to
Cuba trip set for February break
Over the February break, 16 students from both Northern Vermont University Johnson and Lyndon will head to Havana, Cuba, as part of the travel immersion course The Art and Culture of Cuba, which will provide students with an extraordinary opportunity to visit a country in deep transition as Cuba mov
Worth the sting: Cuba's scorpion pain remedy
HAVANA (Reuters) - Once a month for the last decade, Pepe Casanas, a 78-year-old Cuban farmer, has hunted down a scorpion to sting himself with, vowing that the venom wards off his rheumatism pains.
Can Cuba’s Human Rights Legacy Be Recovered?
The country was not always an implacable foe of human rights on the international stage. Over the past 15 years, I witnessed how Cuban diplomats undermined international human rights standards, first at the United Nations Human Rights Commission and later at the UN Human Rights Council.
Cuba Gooding Jr. Hooking Up With Robert Deniro’s Daughter-in law ?
Sources are claiming that Cuba Gooding Jr. is creeping with the wife of Robert Deniro’s son. Cuba Gooding Jr. and Claudine De Niro — the estranged wife of Robert De Niro’s son Raphael — are an item, multiple sources told Page Six.
Morning in Metals and Week in Review: Cars, Cuba and Brexit, Oh My!
This morning in metals, here are a couple news items that piqued our interest:. China giving the U.S. a break in trade “war” by lifting the tariff on cars… According to a story originally reported by Bloomberg today, China will lift the 25% retaliatory duty on cars for three months (thanks, China!)
It was a glitzy celeb-filled launch of the new wedding venue at Alma De Cuba last night
TOWIE star turned songstress Megan McKenna was joined by Geordie Shore’s Charlotte Crosby and her reality star boyfriend Joshua Ritchie at the glitzy launch of The Vestry, Alma De Cuba’s new wedding and events space.
What if “Sustainable Agriculture” Weren’t Theoretical? The Case of Cuba
“Are you farming without fossil-based chemicals because you have to? Would you do it if you had a choice?” We put our hosts on the spot with this question. They were agronomists at Habana’s Agrarian University, and they had just finished presenting some of their organic agriculture innovations to us
In Cuba, the revolution lives in memories of Che
Washington - What has surprised me most in the tales from my friends who have ventured down to Cuba since the Obama "thaw" in relations has been their descriptions of the pictures and memorials to the late Che Guevara. The exaggerated tributes everywhere on the island are reverent - it is he, not th
The Havana-Themed Hotel In The U.S. Where You Can Book A Day Trip To Cuba
Have you always wanted to visit Cuba but don’t want to go through the confusing and constantly shifting permissions process? This hotel in Florida might be the perfect answer. Here’s what you need to know about Havana Cabana.
Americans venture back to Cuba as hurricane memories, U.S. tensions fade
HAVANA (Reuters) - U.S. travel to Cuba is bouncing back a year after Hurricane Irma and the Trump administration delivered a one-two punch to visits by Americans to the once-forbidden island, according to data from the Cuban Tourism Ministry.
Doctors Say US Diplomats In Cuba Did Experience Inner-Ear Damage
A group of doctors released more information on the dozens of U.S. diplomats affected by mysterious "health attacks" while in Cuba. The report was published Wednesday to provide more insight into what exactly happened.
Cuba’s Socialist Triumph – So Poor, So Lacking, Haiti Is An Exciting Marketplace
Imagine being so poor, so deprived of consumer choice and supply, that you’d go to the poorest country in an entire half of the world in order to be able to go shopping. That’s the triumph of Cuban socialism for you right there, the achievement of the Castro rule. Sure, they’ve got free health care
Cuba to Host Interregional Workshop on Sustainable Development
UNESCO and the Jose Marti Chairs at the University of Havana announced the Interregional Workshop on Exchange and Cooperation, a sustainable development forum scheduled for January 2019.