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  • Fidel Castro culpa a Gobierno de Ucrania por derribo de avión de Malaysia Airlines

    LA HABANA (Reuters) - El ex líder cubano Fidel Castro, un aliado de Moscú durante la Guerra Fría, culpó el viernes a Ucrania por el derribo de un avión comercial de Malaysia Airlines con casi 300 personas a bordo que aumentó la tensión en Europa del Este....
  • Fidel Castro blames Ukrainian government for taking down plane

    HAVANA (Reuters) - Former Cuban President Fidel Castro blamed the "warmonger" government of Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko for shooting down a Malaysian airliner with 298 people on board over eastern Ukraine. World leaders are demanding an...
  • Eye-catching marionettes on display at museum

    Pablo Cano's transformation of everyday objects into enchanting and thought-provoking marionettes is on display at the Coral Springs Museum of Art. The "Pablo Cano: Marionettes to Cake Boxes" exhibition, which runs through Aug. 23, features a sizable...
  • Ex contratista de EEUU preso en Cuba podría suicidarse, dicen esposa y abogado

    LA HABANA (Reuters) - Un ex contratista estadounidense que cumple una sentencia de 15 años de cárcel en Cuba por importar tecnología para instalar redes ilegales de internet en la isla está planeando poner fin a su vida, dijeron el miércoles su esposa y...
  • Deputies were trouble for Castros 25 years ago

    MIAMI Fidel Castro was so afraid of a revolt in Cuba's most elite paramilitary unit that he ordered his motorcade to avoid driving past its base, his top bodyguard at the time says. Raul Castro was so depressed he was going on drunken benders and...
  • Peloteros cubanos se abren paso en Japón ante la mirada de EEUU

    LA HABANA/TOKIO (Reuters) - Por décadas el sueño prohibido de algunos beisbolistas cubanos, las Grandes Ligas de Estados Unidos enfrentan ahora una insólita competencia por los talentosos peloteros de la isla: Japón. La reciente profesionalización del...
  • Labarga makes history as Florida's first Cuban-American chief justice

    Labarga makes history as Florida's first Cuban-American chief justice
    Jorge Labarga grew up as a Cuban refugee who believed that with hard work, anything was possible in America. Then he went on to prove it. He excelled in school, despite speaking only Spanish when he arrived in Pahokee at 11 years old. He graduated...
  • FIFA may as well throw Suarez into Guantanamo: Maradona

    FIFA may as well throw Suarez into Guantanamo: Maradona
    Diego Maradona blasted FIFA's ban on Uruguay striker Luis Suarez as "criminal" and said world soccer's governing body might as well handcuff the striker and lock him up in Guantanamo prison. "Who did Suarez kill?" Maradona said during his soccer...
  • Don't pick me ... A case against audience participation

    Don't pick me ... A case against audience participation
    The explosion of participatory theater — or at least my seeming inability lately to attend a show that does not include some degree of audience interaction — has set my skin in permanent rash mode. I suspect that I am not alone out here,...
  • Dodgers' Yasiel Puig gets a pass for now among South Florida's Cubans

    Dodgers' Yasiel Puig gets a pass for now among South Florida's Cubans
    MIAMI -- The tale of Yasiel Puig's death-defying escape from Cuba has proved so captivating, Hollywood has already bought the movie rights. But there's at least one part his story that hasn't been fully told. Before he defected and signed with the...
  • 'Godzilla' to crush box office. Net neutrality debate rages.

    'Godzilla' to crush box office. Net neutrality debate rages.
    After the coffee. Before deciding between "Godzilla" and "Neighbors." The Skinny: The heat wave here appears to have broken but the strong winds have also pushed the smoke from all the wildfires into my neighborhood. I almost have to shut the windows,...
  • William Worthy dies at 92; journalist challenged U.S. policies

    Ignoring Cold War restrictions, journalist William Worthy had traveled to the Soviet Union in 1955 and made a news broadcast from Moscow, a rare opportunity for an American reporter. So the following year, when Communist China invited him on a month-...