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Cuba Will Free Dissidents and Allow Them to Stay Published November 29, 2010 Fox News Latino AP

Nov 25: Spanish Foreign Minister Trinidad Jimenez, right, shakes hands with Jaime Ortega, archbishop of Havana, Cuba, during his visit.

Cuba will release… Continue reading

An Irish Tune-Up for Cuba

Una Corda — The Soft Pedal Sheila Langan Irish America Magazine Published Monday, November 29, 2010, 2:07 PM

National Piano Workshop, Havana, Cuba – From the portfolio Una Corda – The Soft Pedal.

Since 2006,… Continue reading

Cuba Legalizes Private Property Rental 2010-11-30 10:46:19 Xinhua Web Editor: Zhangxu

Cuban authorities have allowed citizens to rent rooms, gardens, roofs and swimming pools to help the establishment of small businesses, the official daily Granma said in a Monday editorial.… Continue reading

China group's Cuba oil dealMarc Frank in Havana, 0:23, Wednesday 24 November 2010

China National Petroleum Corp has won a bid to expand a Cuban oil refinery in a deal that could be worth as much as $6bn, making it… Continue reading

Evolution of Cuban revolution November 27, 2010

• 1959: In January, Fidel Castro forces out President Fulgencio Batista. In February, Castro becomes prime minister of Cuba.

• 1959: Castro signs the Agrarian Reform Act in May, banning foreigners from owning… Continue reading

China group’s Cuba oil deal Marc Frank in Havana, 0:23, Wednesday 24 November 2010

China National Petroleum Corp has won a bid to expand a Cuban oil refinery in a deal that could be worth as much as $6bn, making… Continue reading

Cuba to import raw materials for small businesses By ANDREA RODRIGUEZ HAVANA

Cuba’s government will spend about $130 million next year to import raw materials and equipment for independent businesses following its decision to allow some kinds of self-employment, officials… Continue reading

What's next for Cuba?

American journalist Jeffery Goldberg interviewed Fidel Castro in The Atlantic's September issue, in which he quoted Castro saying that the communist model no longer works for Cuba. The story immediately received international attention and three days… Continue reading

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