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Cuban travel in record numbers a year into reform

01/17/2014 6:38am
Last February, Amalia Reigosa Blanco experienced for the first time the rush of an airplane taking off. She browsed the clothing shops of Italy's fashion capital, and strolled cobblestone streets echoing with an unfamiliar tongue. She learned what snow feels like.

Personal information of Puerto Rico doctors stolen

01/17/2014 10:20am
Officials say someone stole the personal information of all medical doctors licensed to practice in Puerto Rico.

BVI signs deal with Norwegian, Disney cruise lines

01/17/2014 4:09pm
The British Virgin Islands signed an agreement Friday with two major cruise ship companies expected to help boost the territory's sluggish cruise tourism sector.

Rio's iconic Christ statue damaged in storm

01/17/2014 4:24pm
The iconic statue of Christ overlooking Rio de Janeiro has been damaged during a storm.

Third fire at gov't office in St. Kitts and Nevis

01/17/2014 7:42pm
A fire did major damage Friday to a Treasury Department building on Nevis, destroying records and computer services that an official on the Caribbean island said were critical to government operations.