- Canadian Press: The 19-year-old Canadian held in
since an April traffic accident is now out on bail and free to return to Cuba . He had been denied permission to leave Cuba while awaiting possible charges in connection with the accident. An earlier report on the foreign ministry’s efforts on his behalf is here. A Canada Sun editorial is here. (Correction: Earlier version said he was "jailed;" thanks to a reader for the correction.) Vancouver
- Reuters: Cuban imports of
agricultural products fell 35 percent in January-May 2010 compared to the same period last year. U.S.
- An inspirational quote from Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-Florida), in 2006: “The freedom to travel is a part of our way of life and if we start denying legal travel abroad, then we give in to Osama Bin Laden, Hezbollah, and other terrorists who wish to change our way of life.”
- NBC Miami: Ariel Sigler Amaya, released from prison in
, arrived in Cuba for medical treatment. Miami
- Voice of America: Fidel Castro plans to publish a new book, The Strategic Victory.