June 1, 2014
The U.S. State Department is offering $1.2 million to bring 75 to 100 Cuban high school students to the United States for “summer leadership” sessions, in a ongoing effort to provide educational opportunities to island youths.
Sessions will focus on “leadership development, civic education principles, and the structure of democratic organizations … from national governments to local [nongovernment organizations] and student advocacy groups,” the department said...
|10/26/16||U.S. Abstains in U.N. Vote Condemning Cuba Embargo
Somini Sengupta and Rick Gladstone, New York Times
|10/26/16||Cuba, France assess development projects after debt renegotiation
EFE, Fox News Latino
|10/26/16||Savior is the 'first independent video game' to come from Cuba
Joe Donnelly, PC Gamer