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Fallon grad opens the door to Cuba

Posted on: May 22 2015 - 2:17am | #0
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Kalt, a broadcast journalism student with a minor in political science, traveled to Havana, Cuba, with 11 other students on Sunday. According to Washington State University’s website, the trip to Cuba is an enigma to most Americans due to its political situation and its relationship to the United States. Click here to read the original article...

Cuban revelation: The mission of a lifetime

Emilio Cueto hails a bicycle taxi, the principal means of transportation here in Camaguey , Cuba’s third-largest city, if you don’t have a horse. As for those colourful 1950s Chevys you see in pictures of the suddenly trendy forbidden island, they’re back in the tourist section of Havana, 335 miles away. Click here to read the original article...

Posted on: May 20 2015 - 8:15am | #0
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US, Cuba to Focus on Re-opening Embassies

The United States and Cuba resume high-level talks this week on the process of restoring ties. The talks will focus on the steps needed for re-opening embassies and fully re-establishing...

Christi and Bobby Shepherd

Beleaguered holiday firm Thomas Cook has been dealt a fresh blow after a teacher from South Wales suffered a serious electric shock at one of its hotels. Kristine Williams, from Porthcawl , said she was “flung across the room” after putting her hand behind a bedside table to pick up a hair brush while staying at the Brisas Guardalavaca hotel near Holguin, Cuba, in October...


Elian Gonzalez thanks Americans for love

Posted on: May 18 2015 - 7:52am | #0
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On a beach in Cardenas, Cuba, Elizabeth Brotons, her boyfriend and son, Elian Gonzalez, 5, set sail in a 19-foot boat with 11 others . It was 4:30 a.m. Nov. 21, 1999. Click here to read the original article...

Sunday Favorites: The History of Cuban Trade in Florida

As the U.S. works to restore ties with Cuba for the first time since 1961, I thought I would take a historic look into Florida’s relationship with Cuba. Cuban trade here in Florida dates back hundreds, if not thousands of years, when Florida aborigines canoed across the narrow spans of water to barter with the island peoples. Click here to read the original...

Posted on: May 17 2015 - 8:45am | #0
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