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Legendary Cuban musician Israel Lopez (Cachao), creator of the mambo, died on Saturday in Miami

Legendary Cuban musician Israel Lopez, known to the world as Cachao and credited with being one of the originators of the mambo musical style, died on Saturday in Miami, his spokesman announced. He was 89. Read More

Cuba Denounces Impunity Given to Terrorists At the UN

It claimed actions of the Council of Security against the acts terrorist anti-cubanos and the government's of USA tolerance toward these Read More

Europe says not to the U.S. embargo to Cuba in business

When ailing Fidel Castro resigned last month, stock prices of U.S. companies that stand to benefit from more business with Cuba rallied. Read More

U.S. government has ordered to close, some 80 websites to a British tour operator, for selling trips to Cuba

Information reported by The New York Times in an article explains how the Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) of the U.S. Treasury Department has obliged the U.S. company eNom to cancel the sites of British entrepreneur Steve Marshall. Read More

New six-disc boxed set by the Cuban bandleader and guitarist Arsenio Rodríguez

"El Alma de Cuba" (Tumbao) This new six-disc boxed set by the Cuban bandleader and guitarist Arsenio Rodríguez, is a G.T.O.: a Great Thing, Objectively. Read More

Extraction of Cuban oil in the sea would affect in a future the South Florida

Imagine oil rigs drilling in deep waters just 45 miles off the coast of . Refineries process the oil in Cuba and sell it across the Caribbean and beyond. Canadian and Mexican companies supply billions of dollars in equipment and services. Read More

Cuba called the desertion of seven soccer players at the Olympic qualifying tournament

Cuba called the desertion of seven soccer players at the Olympic qualifying tournament in the United States "dishonorable" and a "low blow" on Friday. Read More

Don't travel to Cuba twenty U.S. musicians who were to participate in the International Electro-acoustic Music Festival

The United States government denied the visa to twenty U.S. musicians who were to participate in the International Electro-acoustic Music Festival, which was to be held here from last Monday, declared the Organizing Committee. Read More

Is Google blocking Cuba?

The greatest and the most used internet explorer has closed some of its services without a clear explanation which are inaccessible from Cuba. Read More

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