- Seven migrants escorted back to Cuba
MIAMI, May 24 (UPI) -- Seven migrants, whose boat from Cuba was intercepted May 18 by the U.S. Coast Guard, were returned to Cuba, the Coast Guard said.
- Cuba silent on Canadian's corruption trial
Official silence surrounded the case of a Canadian businessman targeted by a corruption probe in Cuba on Friday, as the initial trial of several foreigners suspected of graft entered its second day. Sarkis ...
- Canadian businessman goes on trial in Cuba for corruption
By Marc Frank HAVANA (Reuters) - A Cuban court on Thursday wrapped up the first day of testimony in the graft trial of a Canadian businessman whose prosecution is part of a corruption crackdown that has shaken the country's foreign business community. The trial of Sarkis Yacoubian, originally from Armenia and the owner of import firm Tri-Star Caribbean, was expected to end on Friday. An ...
- Dissidents find 'Cuba outside Cuba' in Miami
MIAMI (AP) — When Cuban hunger striker Guillermo Farinas arrived in Miami, he said he was prepared to face rejection from radical members of the Cuban-American community who do not believe in pacific opposition.
- Canada businessman's corruption trial on in Cuba
A Canadian businessman caught up in a corruption probe in Cuba apparently went on trial Thursday, nearly two years after he was detained and his import company, Tri-Star Caribbean, was shuttered. Sarkis ...
- Book Review: 'King Of Cuba'
Alan Cheuse reviews the novel King of Cuba by Cristina Garcia.
- CUBA Beverage Company invited on exclusive USDA Trade Mission for Turkey
SAN DIEGO, CA, May 22, 2013 /PRNewswire/ - Cuba Beverage Company (CUBV.PK), a manufacturer and innovator of all-natural, herbal energy drinks, announced today CUBA Beverage Company has been invited on ...
- VIDEO: Cuba reopens sugar mills
Cuba is reopening some of its mothballed sugar mills to try to take advantage of rising sugar prices.
- Cuba lifts ban on energy-hogging appliances
Cuba has authorized individual imports of appliances such as air conditioners, refrigerators and microwave ovens, lifting a ban imposed in 2005 amid a wave of energy shortages and blackouts. Islanders ...
- Internet cable from Cuba to Jamaica comes online
HAVANA (AP) — A new branch of the Venezuela-to-Cuba undersea fiber-optic cable has reportedly come online, linking the island to nearby Jamaica, increasing Cuba's potential international communications bandwidth and providing a backup for the main line.