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LIVE: Obama visits Old Havana

US President Barack Obama walking the streets of the heritage town of Old Havana, a few hours after his historic landing in Cuba as the first US president visiting the island in almost 90 years. Read More

LIVE: Obama meets with staff of the US Embassy in Cuba

When the US Embassy was reopened in Havana on August 14 nobody imagined that President Barack Obama himself would visit the island and meet with its officials. Read More

Cuba's Capitol close to reopening

On the eve of President Obama's visit, Cuba's Capitol building is close to reopening Read More

Cuba remove penalty on US dollar conversions

Rodriguez told reporters Thursday that Cuba will try to make a series of international financial transactions in coming days. If they work, it will get rid of the 10 percent penalty. Read More

US military aircraft landed at Havana airport

An anonymous source sent CiberCuba an image of a Boeing C-17 -of the American Air Force- which is already on Cuban soil, in units of "José Martí" International Airport in Havana. Read More

First Cuba-US direct mail service flight lands in Havana

Cuba and the US reestablished direct mail service with the arrival of the inaugural flight that landed on Wednesday at Havana’s Jose Marti International Airport from the US city of Miami. Read More

Penny Pritzker and US entrepreneurs to accompany Obama to Cuba

US Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker will travel to Cuba with business persons from her country, as part of the delegation accompanying President Barack Obama during his visit to the island on March 20-22. Read More

ETECSA and Verizon sign agreement for direct voice traffic

ETECSA and Verizon have completed negotiations and signed an agreement on direct interconnection for the exchange of international voice traffic between the US and Cuba. Read More

The Obama administration announces new partial measures to Cuba

US Commerce and Treasury departments today announced new regulations that modify aspects of sanctions against Cuba, among which are the use of the dollar in Cuban transactions and a significant travel relaxation for US citizens to visit Cuba. Read More

Obama makes it easier for Americans to travel to Cuba

Obama's Administration announced that Americans can now take "people-to-people" trips to Cuba on their own instead of on expensive group tours. Read More

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