(Video) Rihanna Goes Dancing In Cuba, Check Out Her Moves!

Rihanna has been visiting Cuba for the last couple of days and seems to be having the time of her life.

(Photos) Speaking Of Cuba: Rihanna Was In Havana Stunning … As Usual

You are in Havana, Cuba, it is the 1950s and a lady in red sashays by … her name is Rihanna. The Bad Gal does it again. It is almost every other day that the Barbadian beauty stuns us with a new hairstyle, color and not-in-stores-yet outfit. Staying away from the politics happening right now in Cuba, Rihanna performed as her usual flawless self for a photoshoot with the Caribbean city as her backdrop. Hit the jump for more.

U.S. State Dept. Removes Cuba From List Of State Sponsors Of Terrorism

I don’t know about this, but apparently, President Barak Obama does. The U.S. State Department announced that Cuba had been removed from the blacklist of state sponsors of terrorism – a list the currently has Syria, Iran and Sudan on it – in accordance with a request from the President on April 14. The request included “the certification that Cuba has not provided any support for international terrorism during the previous six-months; and that Cuba has provided assurances that it will not support acts of international terrorism in the future,” according to a State Department in a released statement. Cuba has made it a priority that they be removed off of the list, calling their presence on the list “unfound”. Leaders from both the U.S. and Cuba have continuously met up “to negotiate the details of restoring diplomatic relations, including the opening of embassies in Washington and Havana,” according to the BBC. The Caribbean island now has the ability to conduct banking in the United States, among other activities. Hit the jump for more.

(Video) NFL: Cuba Gooding Jr As OJ Simpson In American Crime Story

Back in December it was reported that Cuba Gooding would be playing Oj Simpson in the new FX series American Crime Story. Recently, some pictures of the cast were released and it looks like a good job was done as far as casting goes. Click more to check out the story!

(Photos+Video) Blast From The Past: Remember Elian Gonzalez? See What He Looks Like Now!

It’s been an entire 16 years since Cuban native Elian Gonzalez was caught in the middle of a war between Cuba and America, and for the first time in an American interview– Elian says he is ready to come back to the U.S.! Back in 1999, Elian was on a boat with his mother and a bunch of other Cuban refuges trying to make their way into America by floating on to the Florida coast. Unfortunately, their boat capsized and everyone died except for Elian. There was a rift when he was rescued because he was technically already in America. He stayed with his uncle for awhile until the Cuban government sent their troops to take Elian back.

(Video) New Ferry Service Sets Sail Between U.S and Cuba With Obama Administration Approval

Barack Obama seeks to mend relationship with Cuba even further by lifting the ban on ferries between the two countries. Find out more after the jump!

NBA to Become First U.S. Professional Sports League to Visit Cuba

President Barack Obama ordered relations with Cuba to be normalized in December and the NBA will be the first U.S. professional sports league to take advantage.  The NBA has been working hard to expand globally, playing both exhibition and regular season games all over the world including countries like Mexico, China, Brazil and more.  Now they will host a basketball development camp in Havana later this month.

(VIDEO) Will Americas Most Wanted Woman Return From Cuba ?

In light of the Obama Administration moving toward a significant and historic re-opening of FULL relations with Cuba, questions have been raised on what this might mean for fugitives who sought refuge in Cuba. Will they be handed back over to the hands of the United States Justice system? More importantly what will this mean for the first woman placed on the FBI’s Most Wanted Terrorists List Assata Shakur. Read More Inside.

(Video) 5 Things We’ll See Now That The US And Cuba Beef Is Over

“What’s Beef???” Beef is no friendship, no business, no politics, no travel, no negotiations, no love, and no recognition–since 1960!!! Beef is guerrilla war, nuclear threats, overnight sneak attacks, and boatloads of the innocent literally caught in the middle. Beef is Al Pacino’s Scarface and beef outlasts 10 presidents, until now. “We can not keep doing the same thing and expect a different result” said current President Obama in yesterday’s groundbreaking announcement to overhaul the old and bitter US-Cuba relationship. Since the announcement, a lot of things have been re-examined historically and politically. But what about culture, business, and this new world that’s ‘so far gone’ from 1960? Here’s our list of the 5 Things We’ll See Now That The US And Cuba Beef Is Over…

U.S. And Cuba Agree On Exchange Of Four Prisoners; American Contractor For Three Cuban Spies

This afternoon [Dec. 17], President Barack Obama is scheduled to speak to the nation on the U.S. and Cuba’s decision to release three Cuban spy prisoners in exchange for American contractor, Alan P. Gross. Cuban president, Raul Castro is also scheduled for a press conference at the same time. Hit the jump for the details.

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