HAVANA (AP) - A quintet of wind musicians from the Florida Orchestra was in Havana on Friday for a performance and workshops with local students, the latest in a string of U.


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Date Title
9/30/11 Cuban Jewish leaders meet with Gross
9/30/11 Exclusive - Cuban Government Set for Broad Reorganization
9/30/11 Current Record
9/30/11 Hugo Ch'vez anuncia que volver' a Cuba a mediados de octubre para ex'menes m'dicos
9/30/11 Cuba closes once powerful sugar ministry
Marc Frank, Reuters
9/30/11 US-Cuba policy, and the race for oil drilling
Sarah Stephens & Jake Colvin, The Hill
9/29/11 Cuba Does Away With Emblematic Ministry of Sugar
9/29/11 Ministry of Sugar, once guide of Cuba's king crop, to disappear in sign of changing times
9/29/11 Fidel Castro Lashes Out at Obama, U.S. Policy
9/29/11 Fidel Castro criticizes Obama for comments on Cuba policy, calls US leader 'stupid'
9/29/11 U.S. lawmakers urge Spanish oil company to leave Cuba
Erika Bolstad, El Nuevo Herald
9/28/11 Cubans marvel at traveling art exhibit that brings Picasso, Warhol to the sleepy provinces
9/28/11 Could tourism be the answer to Cuba's economic woes?
9/28/11 Cuba makes it official: ordinary citizens can buy and sell cars
AP, The Washington Post
9/28/11 CUBA: Self-Employment Expanding, But Not Enough
Patricia Grogg, IPS
9/28/11 Cuba must reform before U.S. eases stance: Obama
Reuters
9/28/11 Cuba drilling next hurdle for U.S.
Dareen Goode, Politico
9/27/11 Cuba Seeks Normalization With US
Associated Press
9/27/11 Nonprofit plants seed for future US-Cuba relations
Laura Wides-Muñoz
9/27/11 Cuba blasts US at UN meeting
Stewart Stogel, Miami Herald
9/26/11 Cuba pide en la ONU avanzar para normalizar relaciones con EE.UU.
9/26/11 Cuba Seeks Normalization With US
9/26/11 Nonprofit Plants Seed for Future US-Cuba Relations
9/26/11 Fidel Castro Calls Obama U.N. Speech 'Gibberish'
9/26/11 Fidel Castro Calls Obama U.N. Speech 'Gibberish'
Reuters
9/26/11 Cuba 'Ladies in White' protest blocked in Havana
BBC
9/26/11 Cuban Minister Leaves a Door Open to American’s Release
Randal C. Archibold, The New York Times
9/23/11 Cuba's opposition tries to plot fresh course
Andrea Rodriguez, AP
9/23/11 Vigils Planned in DC, NY for American Held in Cuba
AP, The New York Times
9/23/11 Drill, Cuba, Drill
Editorial Opinion, Investors Business Daily
9/21/11 Cuba investigates, shuts down Canadian firms
Juan Tamayo, El Nuevo Herald
9/20/11 Is the White House Ready for a Cuban Deep Water Drilling Disaster?
Anya Landau, The Huffington Post
9/20/11 Entrepreneurs Emerge As Cuba Loosens Control
Nick Miroff, NPR
9/19/11 Why our Cuba embargo could lead to another gulf oil disaster
Fareed Zakaria, CNN
9/19/11 Chavez Heads to Cuba Saying Cancer Is History
AP, The New York Times
9/19/11 Cubans Spread the News Themselves as Parishioners Stage Church Sit-In
Yoani Sanchez, The Huffington Post
9/17/11 Get used to it
The Economist
9/17/11 Taxes in Cuba: Get used to it
The Economist
9/16/11 Earthquake South of Cuba, No Damage Reported
Reuters
9/16/11 Statement by the Cuba Study Group on the continued harassment of peaceful democracy advocates by the Cuban government
Cuba Study Group
9/16/11 Richardson aide says Cuba sent him clear message on jailed American, then backtracked
Associated Press
9/16/11 Americans and Cubans Still Mired in Distrust
Damien Cave, New York Times
9/16/11 Cuba accuses Bill Richardson over Alan Gross visit
BBC News
9/15/11 Migration policy, updating or readjustment?
Virgilio Toledo Lopez, From the Island
9/15/11 A taste of Cuba is a click away
By Sue Arrowsmith, The Miami Herald
9/15/11 In Havana, appeals for release of Alan Gross are drowned out by calls to free the ‘Cuban Five’
By Karen DeYoung, Washington Post
9/15/11 Cuba Blames Failed Richardson Trip on His Actions
By Jeff Franks, Reuters
9/14/11 First, Arab Spring. Next, “Cuban Autumn”?
By Nick Miroff, GlobalPost
9/14/11 New charter flights from U.S. to Cuba announced
By Mimi Whitefield, The Miami Herald
9/14/11 US envoy Richardson to leave Cuba without seeing Gross
BBC News
9/14/11 US diplomat arrives in Havana to take up sensitive job as head of Interests Section
Associated Press
9/14/11 Condoms: not just for sex in Cuba
By Nick Miroff, GlobalPost
9/13/11 Cuban police surround Havana church
By Juan Tamayo, The Miami Herald
9/13/11 Magazine ranks Raúl Castro as 4th worst dictator
By Juan Tamayo, The Miami Herald
9/13/11 Spy Wants Return to Cuba After Prison, US Objects
Associated Press
9/13/11 Barack Obama says Cuba's reforms not aggressive enough
BBC News
9/13/11 Cuba Dissidents Freed After Weekend Detention
Associated Press
9/12/11 US Cuba envoy Richardson in standoff over prisoner
BBC News
9/12/11 Cuban Dissidents Detained Ahead of Protest
Associated Press
9/12/11 Tampa-Cuba Flights Resume After Nearly 50 Years
Associated Press
9/12/11 Cuba's self-employment regulations take effect
Xinhua English
9/9/11 U.S. Is Urged to Plan to Aid Cuba in Case of an Oil Spill
By Victoria Burnett, New York Times
9/9/11 Fidel Castro Gives Interview To Venezuelan TV
By Paul Haven, Associated Press
9/9/11 Hopes Cool for Freedom of American Jailed in Cuba
Associated Press
9/8/11 U.S. Urged to Cooperate With Cuba on Offshore Oil
Reuters
9/8/11 Hopes rise for release of American jailed in Cuba
Associated Press
9/8/11 Cuba’s next Defense Minister a puzzle
By Juan Tamayo, The Miami Herald
9/7/11 Journalists: Raúl Castro tightens screws in Cuba
By Juan Tamayo, The Miami Herald
9/7/11 US experts eye Cuba oil plans after BP spill
By Jordi Zamora, AFP
9/6/11 Catholic Church condemns assaults on Cuba dissidents
By Jeff Franks, Reuters
9/6/11 Cuba denies it is targeting dissidents
By Juan Tamayo, The Miami Herald
9/6/11 Catholic church knocks abuse of Cuban dissidents
By Paul Haven, Associated Press
9/5/11 Cuba’s Fidel Castro stays out of the spotlight, prompting renewed rumors of health problems
Associated Press
9/5/11 Celebrating the 50-year-old ‘miracle’ of Cuba’s patron saint
By Daniel Roth, The Miami Herald
9/5/11 Julio Casas Regueiro, Cuba’s Defense Chief, Dies at 75
By Victoria Burnett, New York Times
9/5/11 Cuba's brave 'Ladies in White'
The Post and Courier
9/5/11 Cuba revokes accreditation of Spanish journalist, claiming bias and negative reporting
Associated Press
9/5/11 Cuba Withdraws Ambassador From Libya
Associated Press
9/3/11 Cuban defense minister dies at 75
AP
9/2/11 First flights from Tampa to Cuba sold out
By Ted Jackovics, Tampa Bay Online
9/2/11 Franks to lead a 6-day trip to Cuba
By Joseph Bustos, Northwest Herald
9/2/11 Belen, Columbus alumni look to send baseball equipment to Cuban youth
By Julio Menache, Miami Herald
9/2/11 Fidel Castro silence sparks speculation on health
By Paul Haven, Associated Press
9/2/11 Cable Recounts American's 1st Contact in Cuba Jail
Associated Press
9/2/11 In Cuba, Women Often Prefer Thumbing A Ride
By Nick Miroff, NPR
9/2/11 Cuba: The times are changing
Al Jazeera
9/1/11 Dissident women in Cuba want government harassment halted
By Juan Tamayo, The Miami Herald
9/1/11 Cuba steps up attacks on dissidents, activists say
CNN
9/1/11 Chavez Credits Castro, Jesus for Recovery
By Ezequiel Minaya, Wall Street Journal