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Hurricane Irma lashes Cuba; Jose poses threat elsewhere

Caibarien, Cuba (AP) — Irma collapsed buildings and battered Cuba with deafening winds and relentless rain Saturday, while a second hurricane, Jose, threatened to...

Cuba has a rich and colorful history

Cuba has a rich and colorful history; this was the message at the Sunday, February 26 meeting of the Pattaya City Expats Club....

Smoking hot – Havana Bar hosts cigar & malt night

The Holiday Inn’s Havana Bar and The Pacific Cigar Company recently hosted an exciting event that introduced Cuba’s most famous export and one...

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Pattaya staging pumps at critical points to battle floods

Pattaya is staging pumps and cleaning equipment at flood-prone areas as rainy season reaches its climax, city sanitation officials told business leaders. Speaking at the...

Transport Ministry gears up for Moto GP race in Buriram

Buriram - Transport Minister Arkhom Termpittayapaisith called a meeting of officials to prepare to provide accommodations for racers and viewers at the upcoming Moto...

Interior minister predicts peaceful elections

Bangkok - The Interior Minister is confident the organization of local elections will be smooth and peaceful. Meanwhile, the prime minister has been informed...

Aranyaprathet customs blocks goods smuggling from Cambodia

Sa Kaeo - Aranyaprathet customs officers along with immigration police officials set up a checkpoint Sunday at Aranyaprathet Border Crossing to suppress smugglers of...

Burials begin as deaths from capsized ferry rise to 224

Ukara Island, Tanzania (AP) — Relatives wept in grief on Sunday at the mass burial in Tanzania of many of the 224 people who...

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