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Cuba tells U.S. suspension of visas is hurting families

(Corrects paragraph 7 of Dec 11 story to show Trump issued a warning on travel to Cuba, not a ban on travel to Cuba.)

Boxing - Lomachenko stops Rigondeaux to retain WBO world title 10 Dec 2017

Vasyl Lomachenko retained his WBO super-featherweight title with a sixth round technical knockout of Guillermo Rigondeaux in New York City on Saturday, the impressive Ukrainian handing the Cuban-born American his first professional defeat.

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China's exports to Cuba slump as island's cash crunch deepens 06 Dec 2017

HAVANA Chinese exports to Cuba have plunged this year in the latest sign of a worsening in the Communist-run island's financial situation, which began in 2015 with the economic crisis in its top trading partner Venezuela.

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China's exports to Cuba slump as island's cash crunch deepens 06 Dec 2017

HAVANA Chinese exports to Cuba have plunged this year in the latest sign of a worsening in the Communist-run island's financial situation, which began in 2015 with the economic crisis in its top trading partner Venezuela.

China's exports to Cuba slump as island's cash crunch deepens 06 Dec 2017

HAVANA, Dec 6 Chinese exports to Cuba have plunged this year in the latest sign of a worsening in the Communist-run island's financial situation, which began in 2015 with the economic crisis in its top trading partner Venezuela.

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Cuba battling medicine shortages in wake of cash crunch 01 Dec 2017

HAVANA Cuba is working on fixing chronic medicine shortages that started appearing a year ago due to its cash crunch, health officials said in an article published late on Thursday in ruling Communist Party newspaper Granma.

Cuba battling medicine shortages in wake of cash crunch 01 Dec 2017

HAVANA, Dec 1 Cuba is working on fixing chronic medicine shortages that started appearing a year ago due to its cash crunch, health officials said in an article published late on Thursday in ruling Communist Party newspaper Granma.

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Nestle, Cuba lay first stone for $55 million coffee and biscuit factory 29 Nov 2017

HAVANA Cuba and Swiss firm Nestle on Tuesday laid the first stone of a $55 million (41.2 million pounds) coffee and biscuits factory joint venture in the Mariel special development zone, the latest major foreign investment in the Communist-run island.

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Nestle, Cuba lay first stone for $55 million coffee and biscuit factory 29 Nov 2017

HAVANA Cuba and Swiss firm Nestle on Tuesday laid the first stone of a $55 million coffee and biscuits factory joint venture in the Mariel special development zone, the latest major foreign investment in the Communist-run island.

UPDATE 1-Nestle, Cuba lay first stone for $55 mln coffee and biscuit factory 29 Nov 2017

HAVANA, Nov 28 Cuba and Swiss firm Nestle on Tuesday laid the first stone of a $55 million coffee and biscuits factory joint venture in the Mariel special development zone, the latest major foreign investment in the Communist-run island.