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Cuba reiterates willingness to keep talks with the US

Bruno Rodríguez Parrilla, Cuban Foreign Minister, reiterated today from Vienna, Austria, the willingness of the Cuban government to continue dialogue and cooperation on issues of mutual interest with the United States on the basis of equality and respect. Read More

Trump to reveal Cuba policy in Miami this Friday

US President Donald Trump will announce his administration’s changes to U.S.-Cuba policy, according to the Miami Herald. Read More

Cuba to attend for the first time major American race

Cuba will attend for the first time the Boulder’s annual Memorial Day running festival, in United States, which starts next Monday. Read More

US Companies Urge Trump to Maintain Travel to Cuba

Over 40 US companies and associations sent on Wednesday a letter addressed to President Donald Trump urging him to maintain and expand travel to Cuba. Read More

Another American Cruise Company arrives in Havana

The American Company Royal Caribbean Cruise Line Ltd. -based in Miami, made today the first operation to Cuba destination with the arrival of the cruiser Azamara Quest to Havana bay. Read More

Cuban and US scientists launch joint research on hurricanes

Cuban and US scientists held a joint workshop in Havana to study the frequency and intensity of hurricanes that hit the island in the past 10 thousand years with the aim of expanding their knowledge on those natural phenomena. Read More

Two nations divided by politics but united by boxing

Divided by politics, Cubans and Americans are united in the ring by their passion for boxing. Read More

Q&A on new US-Cuba migration agreement

The Joint Statement, signed in Havana by the Cuban and US governments last January 12 changes, for the first time in five decades the political and antagonist nature of the bilateral migration relationship. Read More

US-Cuba relations: a topic to be revised by Trump as soon as he takes power

US State Secretary candidate Rex Tillerson said he would suggest president-elect Donald Trump to veto any bill aimed at lifting the nearly-60-year long US economic, commercial and financial blockade of Cuba. Read More

US university group visits Cuban school

A group of American university professors and students had a loving exchange at Josué País García elementary school in the city of Camagüey Interested in knowing Cuban reality, especially its educational system. Read More

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