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With Fidel Castro gone, Cuba’s Catholics hope to regain ground lost...

Havana, Cuba –  For many Cubans, especially the elderly, being forced to practice their Catholic faith in hiding is still a fresh, painful memory. As...

Old Cars and Cigars: A Cuban roadtrip

By the time we left Havana I’d run out of cigars. I had puffed away my last Churchill the night before amid the haze...

’50 Shades of Grey’ preferred reading in Guantanamo Bay

Not finding the orange jumpsuits and human rights violations sufficiently stimulating, the high-profile inmates at Guantanamo Bay have found an unexpected exhilaration in literature. According...

Politicking begins as Venezuela mourns

Caracas was experiencing business as usual yesterday after the news that Venezuelan president Hugo Chávez had died following his fourth cancer surgery in two...

Jubilation in Caracas as Hugo Chavez returns from Cuba

President Hugo Chavez made a surprise return to Venezuela today, with enthusiastic crowds cheering his arrival after a two-month absence for cancer treatment in...

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Cabo Pulmo is a small fishing village in Mexico that almost disappeared.  The cause of its demise was actually “too much” fishing. Local fishermen...
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