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Weekend Sports in Brief

Caledonian Record 04 Jul 2022
NBA. NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Zion Williamson agreed Saturday to a five-year, $193 million extension with the New Orleans Pelicans that has the potential to be worth as much as $231 million, two people familiar with the situation said ... MLB ... GOLF ... Toro's single in 9th sends Mariners over Athletics. A July 4th, in Cuba, next for USA Basketball World Cup team.
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Pernod Ricard India launches Super Premium Rum ‘Cuba in a Bottle’ with Havana Club 7

Financial Express 17 Jun 2022
India got a taste of carribean in a quintessentially Cuban event in the capital where Pernod Ricard India launched Havana Club 7, a super-premium rum that brings ‘Cuba in a Bottle’ ... The Havana Club experience is a great way to discover the flavours of Cuba!” said Alejandro Simancas Marin, Ambassador of the Republic of Cuba.
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This Day in History — June 10

Jamaica Observer 10 Jun 2022
Today is the 161st day of 2022. There are 204 days left in the year. TODAY’S HIGHLIGHT. 1940. Jamaican-born pan-African nationalist Marcus Garvey dies in London at 52. OTHER EVENTS. 1190 ... 1692 ... 1772. Rhode Islanders in the American colonies board and sink the British revenue cutter Gaspee in Narragansett Bay ... US Marines invade Cuba in Spanish-American War ... .
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Update: 5 Marines killed in aircraft crash in desert

The Morganton News Herald 09 Jun 2022
To protect American property owners, Marines had been stationed since 1917 in Cuba to protect sugar production and shipping. By 1922, the government was deemed stable enough to safeguard American property interests and sugar exports, and the last Marines left Cuba—almost ... Marines help sever relations with Cuba.
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Official: 4 dead, 1 unaccounted for in Marine aircraft crash

Waco Tribune-Herald 09 Jun 2022
To protect American property owners, Marines had been stationed since 1917 in Cuba to protect sugar production and shipping. By 1922, the government was deemed stable enough to safeguard American property interests and sugar exports, and the last Marines left Cuba—almost ... Marines help sever relations with Cuba.
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Mangrove and coral reef restoration could pay for itself, new research indicates

Jamaica Observer 08 Jun 2022
They include Cuba and Jamaica. Globally, there is a growing need for coastal and marine restoration but it is not clear how this is to be financed, given that environmental funding is low and national budgets are stretched in response to natural hazards.
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Cuba expands its eco-tourism activities

Independent online (SA) 17 May 2022
Havana - Cuba is expanding its eco-tourism activities, making the most of the natural attractions and wildlife of the Caribbean island's keys ... In Cayo Blanco, visitors can interact or swim with dolphins and learn about what Cuba is doing to protect these marine mammals in the island's mangrove ecosystem.
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Feature: Cuba boosts ecotourism at island keys

Xinhua 16 May 2022
HAVANA, May 16 (Xinhua) -- Cuba is expanding its ecotourism activities, making the most of the natural attractions and wildlife of the Caribbean island's keys ... In Cayo Blanco, visitors can interact or swim with dolphins and learn about what Cuba is doing to protect these marine mammals in the island's mangrove ecosystem.
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Celebrating Cuba – India: Students use Spanish language to depict the spirit of ‘Living the Language’

Financial Express 13 May 2022
In his address Ambassador of Cuba in India Alejandro Simancas Marin, acknowledged the exceptional experience of the event and the value of enculturation ... The ambassador of Cuba and the VC of DSEU Prof Niharika Vohra unveiled Viva Latino 3 authored by Shalu Chopra – this is third in the series.
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Museum Matters: Commander Joseph Neville

The Daily Post-Athenian 10 May 2022
... as a Merchant Marine officer ... His medals include the Navy Commendation Medal, Combat “VAction Ribbon, Meritorious Unit Commendation, Armed Forces Expeditionary Meal (Cuba), Republic of Vietnam Campaign Medal with two bronze stars and the Merchant Marine WWII Service Medal.
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Carl Morgan Wiseman

Sanders County Ledger 04 May 2022
After spending a tour in Cuba, he was one of the first Marines to go to ...
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Hometown Happenings: Sales, shows, more

Citrus County Chronicle 29 Apr 2022
James "Buddy" Powell, executive director of Clearwater Marine Aquarium Research Institute and board member of Friends of the Crystal River NWR ... Powell has worked to conserve threatened and endangered species around the world and his efforts have resulted in coastal protected areas in Florida, West Africa, Central America and Cuba.
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Russia releases US Marine vet as part of prisoner exchange

York News-Times 27 Apr 2022
To protect American property owners, Marines had been stationed since 1917 in Cuba to protect sugar production and shipping. By 1922, the government was deemed stable enough to safeguard American property interests and sugar exports, and the last Marines left Cuba—almost ... Marines help sever relations with Cuba.
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Syracuse restaurant known for giant Cuban sandwiches closes for ‘transition’ to new owners

The Post-Standard 27 Apr 2022
Updated. Apr. 27, 2022, 2.31 p.m. Published. Apr. 27, 2022, 2.09 p.m ... (Charlie Miller . cmiller@syracuse.com). By Don Cazentre . dcazentre@nyup.com ... Y ... Other specialties at Esquina Habanera included Ropa Vieja, a dish of shredded stewed beef that’s a staple in Cuba; Pernil Asado, which is citrus-marinated pork; and sugar cane juice drinks pressed to order.
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Buried at Guantanamo Bay — human rights, justice and the inmates deemed too guilty to stand trial

Dawn 25 Apr 2022
1094 is now 74 years old — the oldest of all the detainees at the controversial US military prison located on the coast in southeastern Cuba ... He would take a small force of marines and sailors and build a prison camp in the US-run military enclave on Cuba’s South coast, Guantanamo Bay.”.

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