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Company denies laundering money sent to Cuba

By Juan O. Tamayo, Miami Herald Caribbean Transfers says it only handled family remittances to the island. A company whose owner stands accused of laundering and sending to Cuba $30 million on behalf of Medicare fraudsters in South Florida says…

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Royal Caribbean says no to Beckham’s soccer plan, while PortMiami heads abroad to recruit other developers

By Douglas Hanks And Patricia Mazzei From Miami Herald As he tries to bring soccer to PortMiami, David Beckham might have to outmaneuver a line-up of rivals from Miami to Shanghai wanting to build on the waterfront site. Royal Caribbean…

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Cayman may be a choice for Guantánamo captives’ family who visit

By Carol Rosenberg Miami Herald Some Guantánamo captives’ family may visit, but no overnight stays GUANTANAMO BAY NAVY BASE, Cuba — With the prison camps now in their 13th year, the U.S. military is willing to allow some war-on-terror captives…

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Latin leaders to applaud Cuba’s dictatorship

By Andres Oppenheimer [email protected] From Miami Herald What’s most shameful about Latin American presidents’ scheduled visit to Cuba for a regional summit Tuesday is not that they will visit one of the world’s last family dictatorships, but that they most…