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Daily Archives: October 4, 2014

Cuba and Japan discuss expansion of trade relations Published on October 4, 2014

HAVANA, Cuba (ACN) — Cuban and Japanese business executives discussed opportunities to expand commercial cooperation and the signing of new accords, during a joint conference held this… Continue reading

Cuba rejects plans for first mosque World Bulletin / News Desk

Cuba’s communist government has turned down a plan to open a mosque in the capital Cuba. Pedro Lazo Torres, the leader of Havana’s Muslim community, revealed that his joint… Continue reading

Islam in Cuba, an Unknown World October 3, 2014 Manuel Guerra Pérez (Cafe Fuerte)

HAVANA TIMES – Without a mosque to perform their prayers at, faced with a very limited Islamic tradition and next to no possibilities of travelling to… Continue reading

Divorce on the rise in Cuba Published October 03, 2014 EFE

A total of 32,848 couples in Cuba divorced during 2013, an increase of 843 over the previous year, the National Bureau of Statistics and Information, or ONEI, said.

ONEI’s… Continue reading

A new Cuba in the making OCTOBER 2014

Is the Caribbean outpost of communism finally opening its doors to capitalism? Or is Cuba trying something quite different? Vanessa Baird begins her investigation of a changing land.

Say Cuba, and you… Continue reading

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