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AP News Minute: Large contingents of Cuban police are patrolling Havana following protests around the island nation against food shortages and…

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In 1980, Cuban President Fidel Castro announced that anyone who wanted to leave Cuba was free to do so from the port of Mariel. As a result, nearly 125,000 Cubans jumped on watercrafts and headed to Florida.

HAVANA, Cuba - Herman Portocarero, a former diplomat in Cuba, refers to the seaside Malecon, the wall and promenade that run along Havana's coastline facing north toward the United States, as "the last rampart of the Cold War, a frontier between two worlds." "You sit on it, watching the ocean, and become part of the history of the world," the former EU and Belgian diplomat writes in his book ...

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Traveling to Cuba is still relatively new for Americans and presents some unique issues. Here are some tips to know going in:

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After reading the Local View columns on Cuba by Dr. Pat Clare (Cuba was and is no utopia, Dec.3)  and Owen Goodenkauf (No Cuban utopia, but pr…

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With the passing of Fidel Castro, we saw a number of articles about the horrors of Cuba (Local View, "Cuba was and is no utopia" by Dr. Pat Cl…

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