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Raul Castro assesses hurricane damage in eastern Cuba

Over 90 percent of homes were seriously affected in Guantanamo, as well as communication systems, the electric network, water supply facilities, roads and agricultural areas, particularly coffee plantations. Read More

UN praises Cuban Civil Defense performance against Hurricane Matthew

UN Development Program Resident Representative in Cuba Myrta Kaulard praised the actions taken by the Cuban Civil Defense aimed at preventing the loss of human lives and material resources to Hurricane Matthew. Read More

Still waiting for justice 40 years after Terrorist Blowing of Cubana Airliner

Four decades of the horrible crime have passed but the confessed assassins and terrorists, among them Luis Posada Carriles, have never been reached by justice. Read More

The NO wins the referendum in Colombia

Colombians voted NO in the referendum to approve the peace accord signed between the government and the FARC-EP last week. Read More

Cuba and the US negotiate six new cooperation agreements

Cuba and the United States work on the negotiation of six new cooperation agreements in areas such as the implementation and enforcement of law, seismic monitoring and the exchange of meteorological information. Read More

Cuba and the US to 4th Meeting of Bilateral Commission

Three new agreements in health, aeronautics, and the fight against drug trafficking; eight visits of high level and 12 technical meetings, are some of the achievements in relations between Cuba and United States, summarized in this capital Gustavo Machin, General Deputy Director for the U.S. of the Cuban Foreign Ministry. Read More

Zimbawe and Cuba to increase cooperation in sports

Zimbabwe and Cuba will increase exchange and cooperation in sport, following the signing by authorities from both countries of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) in this city. Read More

Cuban Attorney's General Office meet with US prosecutors in Havana

The Cuban Attorney´s General Office expressed the certainty that its meeting with US prosecutors evidences the interest of mutual exchange, but without making concessions on national sovereignty and independence. Read More

Abe: visit opens new chapter in Japan-Cuban relations

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said his visit to Cuba opens a new chapter in the long-standing friendship relations between the two countries. Read More

Raul Castro receives Japanese Premier

Cuban President Raul Castro officially welcomed on Thursday visiting Japanese Premier Shinzo Abe and held talks on bilateral relations between their nations. Read More

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