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USA Announces New Restrictions on Travel and Trade with Cuba

Restrictions have been announced for Americans interested in doing business with Cuba and traveling to the Caribbean island


Nigeria Opens Embassy in Havana, Cuba

This new embassy will allow strengthening the friendship that unites the peoples of Cuba and the African nation


Raul Castro Attends October Revolution Centennial Commemoration

Cuban President and First Secretary of the Central Committee of the Cuban Communist Party, Raul Castro, attended Tuesday in Havana the political-cultural gala for the Centennial of the October Socialist Revolution. Also attending the gala held at Havana’s Karl Marx Theater were, Vice President and Second Secretary of the Communist Party Jose Machado Ventura and […]


Cuba President Welcomes Vietnamese Communist Party Leader

Raul Castro and Vo Van Thoung exchanged about the excellent bilateral relations and the intention to deepen them


Shark Attack Kills Young Man in Holguin, Cuba

In Guardalavaca Beach a shark ramed six persons who were enjoying a night swim, thus causing the death of a 22-year-old man


Cuba Marks Significance of the October Socialist Revolution

 A floral wreath was placed at Vladimir Ilyich Lenin’s Mausoleum and the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Havana


Nomination of Candidates for Municipal Assembly Ends

In Cuba, 60,870 proposals were made, leading to the nomination of 27,221 candidates, of which 9,637 are women


Cuba President Laments Human Losses in Vietnam Due to Floods

The worst floods of recent years in Vietnam killed 75 people and missed 35 in the northern mountainous area


New Projects in Cuba’s Mariel Development Zone

The announcement was made at the 35th International Trade Fair, FIHAV 2017, underway in Havana’s ExpoCuba site until November 3


World Ratifies Rejection to US Blockade against Cuba

  The General Assembly of the United Nations once again  condemned the US economic, financial and commercial blockade on Cuba


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