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Cuba Exports Millions in Marabou Coal

Cuba Exports Millions in Marabou Coal February 4, 2015 By Daniel Benitez  (Cafe Fuerte) HAVANA TIMES — The once-hated marabou brush has become something of a commodity as a source of raw material for some Cuban farmers, who are using the plant to produce vegetable coal and export it to European countries for millions of […] Continue reading

Cuba to receive potato seeds from Scotland

Cuba to receive potato seeds from Scotland November 7th, 2014 An old agreement to supply GB seed potatoes to Castro’s Cuba has been revisited after delegates recently signed off a deal during negotiations in Scotland. At www.freshfruitportal.com we speak with the Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board (AHDB) Potato Council’s head of seed and export, Robert […] Continue reading

Cuba is home to the oldest sign of Christianity in the Americas

Cuba is home to the oldest sign of Christianity in the Americas Oct 11, 2014 By Erick Lappin La Cruz de la Parra (The Sacred Cross of Parra), planted in Eastern Cuba by Christopher Columbus upon his landing in the island, is officially the oldest sign of Christianity in the Americas and perhaps the oldest […] Continue reading

Cuba – Its Silent Conquest of Venezuela

Cuba: Its Silent Conquest of Venezuela / Ivan Garcia Posted on May 21, 2014 Not in his wildest dreams did Fidel Castro think he would gain political control of and derive economic benefit from a nation nine times bigger than Cuba, with two and a half times the population and with the biggest oil reserves […] Continue reading

Sugar tycoon Alfonso Fanjul now open to investing in Cuba under ‘right circumstances’

Sugar tycoon Alfonso Fanjul now open to investing in Cuba under ‘right circumstances’ By Peter Wallsten, Manuel Roig-Franzia and Tom Hamburger, Published: February 2 Alfonso Fanjul fled Cuba as a young man, leaving behind his family’s mansions and vast sugar-cane fields as they were being wrested away by the communist Castro regime. In exile in […] Continue reading

125 Leaders Urge UN: Investigate Cuba Dissident’s Death

125 Leaders Urge UN: Investigate Cuba Dissident’s Death Tuesday, 23 July 2013, 2:54 pm Press Release: UN WatchOne Year After Suspicious Death of Cuba’s Top Dissident, 125 Leaders Urge U.N. to Investigate First Time: Appeal Filed As Official Submission to U.N. Human Rights Council, Will Appear On Agenda of September Session Signatories include Archbishop Desmond […] Continue reading
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