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  1. On a first date, most singles want to learn about each other’s interests, jobs or favorite films. A smooth-talking man in New York City was evidently after just that, seeing as he absconded ...

  2. Women in Cuba: the Emancipatory Revolution

    The Huffington Post4 days ago

    Cuban women, discriminated against and relegated to a lower status before 1959, have benefited from measures adopted by the government of Fidel Castro to integrate the political ...

  3. Cubans held a match to mark the one-year anniversary of Fidel Castro's burial in Santiago at the eastern end of the island. A week after resigning as Mexico's finance secretary ...

  4. Raúl Castro promised a better life for Cubans when he launched timid economic reforms and opened a few doors to private business. “There is little hope that the economy will finish 2017 ...

  5. Cuban President Raul Castro’s enigmatic heir apparent is a rumored Beatles fan who reportedly once grew his hair long during the rise of Western pop music. Diaz-Canel, 57, will likely ...

  6. Here’s some news President Rodrigo Duterte’s loyal and dedicated supporters in the Philippines can rejoice over. Duterte’s in the running for a “peace prize,” given by an institution founded ...

  7. Fidel Castro

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  8. Getting around Cuban customs control

    Tampa Bay Times3 days ago

    Nearly 60 years after Fidel Castro seized power, the situation on the island is different, but the customs controls remain as rigorous: Travelers risk having their items seized ...

  9. But his words have not been twisted — not when he dismissed voting as a pointless exercise for the oppressed, not when he failed to condemn Fidel Castro, not when he wore socks ...

  10. One of Fidel Castro’s first moves was to ban Santa Claus. Ten years later, in 1969, he abolished Christmas altogether. As another Advent and Christmas season begin, Christians ...

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