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Norway Post: Norwegian emergency aid to Haiti 31 October 2010 | 03:37 | FOCUS News Agency

Oslo. Norway is intensifying its cooperation with Cuban doctors in Haiti, the Norway Post disclosed. An additional NOK 5 million (USD 850 000) has… Continue reading

Friday, 29th October 2010 From the archives: The Cuban Missile Crisis Peter Hoskin 2:06pm

48 years ago this week, the Cuban Missile Crisis came to an end. Here are the two Spectator leading articles that bookended our coverage of those… Continue reading

Posted on Saturday, 10.30.10 MIGRANT SMUGGLING Convictions curbing migrant arrivals, officials say

Now that hundreds of migrant smugglers are serving prison terms, federal officials say there has been a major drop in the number of undocumented Cuban migrants reaching South… Continue reading

Layoffs Reach Cuba's Health Sector

HAVANA – Layoffs scheduled by the government of Raul Castro in the state payroll will affect the health sector, one of the pillars of the Cuban Revolution, but officials say physicians have nothing to worry… Continue reading

Posted on Friday, 10.29.10Cuba asks Spain to help `counter lies' in mediaBY JUAN O. TAMAYOjtamayo@ElNuevoHerald.com

The Cuban government, in a bold if not brazen move, has reportedly urged the Spanish government to give $155,000 to a program designed to “counter… Continue reading

Layoffs Reach Cuba’s Health Sector

HAVANA – Layoffs scheduled by the government of Raul Castro in the state payroll will affect the health sector, one of the pillars of the Cuban Revolution, but officials say physicians have nothing to worry… Continue reading

Spanish tourism stagnating

Tourism from Spain, one of Cuba’s main source markets, is stagnating or declining this year, Tourism Minister Manuel Marrero told Spanish travel agents during the opening of a conference in Santiago de Cuba.

He said he expected… Continue reading

Posted on Friday, 10.29.10 Cuba asks Spain to help `counter lies’ in media BY JUAN O. TAMAYO jtamayo@ElNuevoHerald.com

The Cuban government, in a bold if not brazen move, has reportedly urged the Spanish government to give $155,000 to a program… Continue reading

Transparency in Cuba, Unfortunately Absent October 28, 2010 Fernando Ravsberg

HAVANA TIMES, Oct. 28 — Among the worst damage suffered by Cuban society in its conflict with the United States has been perhaps the excessive secrecy established throughout the country… Continue reading

Philharmonic Renews Effort to Visit Cuba By DANIEL J. WAKIN Published: October 27, 2010

The New York Philharmonic canceled a trip to Havana last year because the United States government refused to allow its wealthy patrons to go along, saying… Continue reading

Cuban farmers fret over pace of reform By Stabroek staff

HAVANA, (Reuters) – Despite steps to expand private farming, Cuba is contracting food supplies for 2011 much as it has for decades, showing the limits of reforms and dimming prospects… Continue reading

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