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Havana

a dark chocolate-colored meat and fur rabbit weighing about 6 lb.
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HAVANA, Cuba -- The Latin American Episcopal Council concluded its 31st ordinary meeting in Havana July 13 with a push for pastoral ministries to better attend to the region's poorest and most excluded inhabitants.
According to the BBC, the originals are expected to remain at a museum at the writer's former house in Havana, Cuba, which US experts have helped to restore.
delegation at the founding conference of the International Trade Organization (ITO) in Havana, Cuba, in 1947.
She was born in Havana, Cuba, and raised in New Jersey (Page 15, July 9).
It will now be held from July 28 to July 31 in Havana, Cuba.
And just six months before the Louisiana Purchase, 16 of the 27 New Orleans Ursuline Sisters moved to Havana, Cuba, preferring the security of Spanish rule over the uncertainties of living under the French flag.
Food & Agribusiness Exhibition in Havana, Cuba, on Sept.
At least that's what Brian Collier learned after moving a sprawling art installation of small fragile objects and pieces of furniture from his studio in Buffalo, New York to Havana, Cuba.
You'll laugh and mambo with the locals in Havana, Cuba.
The Fleetwood connection begins in Havana, Cuba, where the Lowensteins were invited in 1999 to participate in the Music Bridges cultural exchange program along with about 40 other artists, including Bonnie Raitt, the Indigo Girls, Burt Bacharach and the Fleetwood Mac founder.
FEBRUARY--35,000 souls jammed a stadium built to hold 11,000 people in Havana, Cuba, when the Ballet Alicia Alonso appeared there recently sponsored (and paid for) by a local beer company, no less.
Gerardo Mosquera is a critic who lives in Havana, Cuba.