Wednesday, May 26, 2010

Odds and ends

  • Europa Press: Cuba’s foreign minister says a “proposed agenda” for talks with the United States was presented to the U.S. government last July, and has received no response. The idea was to start with areas of cooperation (drueg enforcement, migration, environment, disaster relief) before moving to more difficult issues such as the embargo and funding of “internal subversion in Cuba.”

  • Herald: 13 Cuban migrants show up on the Rickenbacker Causeway.

  • Diario de Cuba looks at Spanish immigration statistics and finds that about 25,000 Cubans have taken up residence in Spain in the past four years.

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