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    1. Elian Gonzalez talks about what he remembers from the battle over his custody 17 years ago. CNN Films' "Elian" premieres Thursday, August 24 at 10p ET.

    2. Rafael "Felo" Ramirez, a Hall of Fame baseball radio broadcaster who was the signature voice for millions of Spanish-speaking sports fans over three decades, has died. The Miami Marlins announced ...

    3. Hall of Fame baseball announcer Rafael ‘Felo’ Ramirez dies

      NBC Sports via Yahoo Sports44 minutes ago

      Ramirez, who died Monday night, began his broadcasting career in Cuba in 1945 before calling 31 All-Star games and World Series in Spanish. He was the Marlins Spanish-language announcer ...

    4. Rafael "Felo" Ramirez, a Hall of Fame baseball radio broadcaster who was the signature voice for millions of Spanish-speaking sports fans over three decades, has died. The Miami Marlins announced ...

    5. More diplomats than previously reported have been hurt, CNN reported on Sunday, from attacks that have targeted diplomatic residences and hurt family members of people serving the country in ...

    6. District Court in Cincinnati, the 55-year-old Hernandez, who was born in Cuba and lives in Florida, cited as evidence of alleged discrimination his lack of World Series assignments in ...

    7. Ramirez, who died Monday night, began his broadcasting career in Cuba in 1945 before calling 31 All-Star games and World Series in Spanish.

    8. Vatican secretary of state urges Russia to help in Venezuela

      Associated Press via Yahoo News19 minutes ago

      Kirill met with Pope Francis in Cuba in February 2016, the first encounter between the leaders of the two churches since they split about a millennium ago. Metropolitan Hilarion, the ...

    9. Over the last decade, Cubans making state salaries of less than $25 a month have moved by the hundreds of thousands into the private sector — opening stores, restaurants and bed-and-breakfasts ...

    10. Cuba struggling to keep professionals from leaving

      The Fredericksburg Free Lance-Star7 days ago

      Over the last decade, Cubans making state salaries of less than $25 a month have moved by the hundreds of thousands into the private sector — opening stores, restaurants and bed-and-breakfasts ...

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