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Cuban President Raul Castro reaffirms socialist nature of the Cuban Revolution

Cuban President Raul Castro, First Secretary of the Cuban Communist Party, ratified on Saturday the socialist nature of the Cuban Revolution while reading the main report to the Seventh Congress of the organization. Read More

7th Congress of the Cuban Communist Party inaugurated

The 7th Congress of the Cuban Communist Party was inaugurated at Havana’s Convention Center, with a strategic agenda for the socio-economic development of the country in the long term. Read More

Carnival Cruise not selling Cuban cruises to Cuban-Americans

Starting in May Carnival plans to offer trips from Miami to Cuba. Carnival Cruise is the first company approved to make the trip in more than 50 years, but it is not selling tickets to Cuban natives. Read More

Cuban self-employed people will participate in Communist Party Congress

Humberto Simon Palomino, local resident of the eastern city of Manzanillo will propose a look at collective non state workers at the 7 th Cuban Communist Party Congress to run from April 16th to the 19th. Read More

Israel hopes to restore relations with Cuba

An article in "The Jerusalem Post" has revealed that Israel welcomes the recent reconciliation between the US and Cuba. Read More

Cuba welcomes Colombian government-ELN agreement

The Cuban Ministry of Foreign Affairs, welcomed the agreement reached between the Government of Colombia and the National Liberation Army (ELN), in a statement released on March 30 Read More

¡Hola, Cuba!

This week, the First Family traveled to both Cuba and Argentina in a history-making trip, to deepen the ties between the United States and Cuba, and the rest of the Western Hemisphere. Read More

US scientists want to turn Guantanamo Bay into a research park

The US has made it clear that returning Guantanamo is not up for discussion, at least for now. But scientists have proposed a third option for the territory: turn Guantanamo Bay into a protected area for environmental research. Read More

Fidel Castro to Obama: We don’t need any presents from you

Cuban Revolution leader Fidel Castro responded Monday to US President Barack Obama's historic trip to the island with a long, bristling letter recounting the history of US aggression against Cuba, writing that "we don't need the empire to give us any presents." Read More

Obama earned a place in Cuban people's heart

President Obama is the first U.S. president to visit Cuba since 1928, and the first one to set a friendly tone with the leaders of the island since the 1962 embargo. This has earned him rock star status in Cuba. Read More

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