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UN Rights expert acknowledges Cuban fight against trafficking

Maria Grazia Giammarinaro, UN Special Rapporteur on the Human Rights of Victims of Trafficking in Persons, especially women and children, recognized the political will and strengths of Cuba to prevent this global scourge. Read More

May Day Celebrations, over 1200 Foreign Visitors

Over 1200 foreign visitors, many of them US citizens, will participate at May Day celebrations in Cuba, which include a march on Havana´s Jose Marti Revolution Square. Read More

Academic sessions of Ballet Schools meeting begins in Havana

The 23rd International Meeting of Ballet Academies begins today at the Fernando Alonso School in Havana city, with the presence of specialists from a dozen countries. Read More

Cuban FM calls for unity against threats to the region

Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez called for unity and solidarity in the face of the rapid development of recent events in the region and threats to peace in Latin America and the Caribbean. Read More

Can-Am baseball league official visits Cuba

Michel Laplate, president of the Québec Capitales franchise and vice-president of the Can-Am Independent Baseball League, heads a delegation that arrived in Havana on a working visit. Read More

Cuban and Chilean Business Executives Sign Contract on Nickel

Cuban and Chilean business executives signed on Tuesday in Havana a contract of the International Economic Association to begin a feasible study on the extraction of iron and chromium in the area of Nicaro in the province of eastern Holguin. Read More

Cruises to Cuba on the rise

New arrivals of US cruise companies Pearl Seas, Royal Caribbean and Norwegian Cruises took place during the first quarter of 2017 to Havana, which is in line with the projections of the development of such attractive activity in 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

E-banking a priority in Cuba to fight long queues

The Cuban Banco Metropolitano will boost e-banking and other initiatives in order to improve services to the population, affected by the insufficient number of facilities it has in Havana city. 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

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