Saxon smiled with appreciation, pointed out her foot, velvet-slippered with high Cuban
heels, and slightly lifted the tight black skirt, exposing a trim ankle and delicate swell of calf, the white flesh gleaming through the thinnest and flimsiest of fifty-cent black silk stockings.
Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban
was reportedly investigated in 2011 by Portland, Oregon, police after a woman claimed the billionaire sexually assaulted her at a bar in the downtown part of the city.
Fidel Castro characterized the Cuban
intervention in Angola as "the most beautiful cause.
Independence Day, I extend my warmest wishes to the Cuban
American community and the people of Cuba as our whole Nation joins you in celebrating the anniversary of Cuban
Ibrahim Ghandour met, Tuesday, at his office, the visiting Director of Bilateral Relations in the Cuban
Foreign Ministry .
migratory scene changed abruptly after January's termination of the "wet foot, dry foot" policy, which put an end to immigration privileges for Cubans
arriving in the US and left many migrants stranded on their journey through Mexico and Central America.
Dallas billionaire Mark Cuban
returned to his birthplace of Pittsburgh on Saturday to endorse Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, borrowing a local term to assail her bombastic Republican rival.
SAN JOSE, Costa Rica, Rabi'I 16, 1437, December 27, 2015, SPA -- Authorities in Costa Rica have begun deportation proceedings for 56 Cuban
migrants who entered that Central American nation after it stopped issuing special transit visas for Cubans
who are trying to get to the United States, according to AP.
Since the 19th century, assertions of a common, racially-mixed Cuban
identity based on acceptance of African descent have challenged the view of Cubans
as racially white.
The changes in Cuban
law eliminate a costly exit visa and make it easier for Cubans
to both leave and return to the island legally.
Central to his argument is how Afro-Cubans
both share the space of afrolatinidad as well as the (white) space of cubanoamericanidad, a seemingly more inclusive term of the multiracial nature of Cuban
migration to the United States in the twentieth century.
That part of the law is quite troubling, because it doesn't really specify what are your rights if you don't have a passport," said Jorge Duany, who leads the Cuban
Research Institute at Miami's Florida International University.