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More Storm Damage, More Diplomacy, & More Calls for US to drop the embargo

November 14, 2008 Dear Friend: We’ve been busy on the Cuba news front this week. The first thing we talk about is the weather. The island was lashed by Hurricane Paloma. While the storm destroyed more homes and infrastructure, Cuba’s skill at civic preparedness helped affected residents survive their material losses. Surveying the damage, Cuba’s […]

UN General Assembly Votes on US Cuba policy; Embargo loses in a landslide Tue, 11/04/2008 – 23:11 — drupal Dear Friend: This week at the United Nations, those of us who care about America’s image in the world were provided a powerful reminder of what has been and an equally powerful warning of what could […]

UN embargo vote approaches — Cuba steps up diplomacy

–New Videos from Cuba October 24, 2008 Dear Friend: Watch the United Nations next week. On Wednesday, October 29, the UN General Assembly will vote for the seventeenth consecutive year on a resolution condemning the United States’ embargo on Cuba. Last year, the resolution was adopted by a vote of 184-4. The outcome, this year, […]

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