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US Congress approves bill to keep Guantanamo prison

The US Congress approved yesterday a bill of 607 billion dollars which prohibits transfer of Guantanamo detainees to US soil. Read More

Secretary of Agriculture of the US visits Cuba

Secretary of Agriculture of the United States, Thomas Vilsack, arrived in Havana and met with Vice President of the Council of Ministers of Cuba, Ricardo Cabrisas, thus he became the third member of the cabinet of Barack Obama to visit the Caribbean island, since the two countries resumed their diplomatic relations this year. Read More

Cuba and the US start talks on justice and extradition of fugitives

Representatives of the United States and Cuba began yesterday the first dialogue on the extradition of fugitives wanted by the US Justice and who are allegedly on the island. Read More

The MLB wants to play a preseason game in Cuba

The Major League Baseball wants one of its teams to play a match in Cuba in the 2016 preseason. Read More

Cuba and US will announce agreements in various sectors

Cuba and the United States are able to announce in the coming weeks agreements on civil aviation, direct postal services, environmental protection and fight against drugs, announced today the senior official of the Cuban Foreign Ministry Josefina Vidal. Read More

US embassy in Cuba offers the first test that allows admission to American universities

The US Embassy in Cuba provides -for the first time- the inhabitants of the island the opportunity to take the GRE test, which allows access to universities in the North American country. Read More

The American photographer Peter Turnley to exhibit in Cuba

The prestigious photographer Peter Turnley (Indiana, 1955) will open on November 13 at the Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes (National Museum of Fine Arts) in Havana, the first solo exhibition of an American photographer in the history of that institution. Read More

Arkansas governor asks Congress to grant credits to Cuba to facilitate trade

The governor of Arkansas, Asa Hutchinson, called for support to Republican and Democratic congressional leaders to allow US exporters to sell products to Cuba on credit, published yesterday the site Times Record. Read More

Cuba and the US sign new telecommunication agreement

ETECSA and Sprint, Cuban and American telecommunication companies, respectively, signed an agreement to provide roaming services directly between Cuba and the US, during the first day of the 2015 Havana International Trade Fair. Read More

Republicans congresspersons promote the elimination of the Cuban Adjustment Act

Nine Republicans in the House of Representatives today presented the document Ending Special National Origin-Based Programs for Cubans Immigration Act of 2015, a bill to eliminate the Cuban Adjustment Act of 1966 and the policy of "dry feet, wet feet" , reports US News. Read More

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