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Three people were killed in a landslide in Bejucal

On Thursday an old carpentry in Bejucal collapsed killing three people and injured two others. Local Neighbors immediately took to rescue the wounded, who were employees of the woodwork. Read More

Shooting occurs in Havana bus

At least four people were arrested in Havana after shots occur against a bus travelers the P11 route. The events were on the afternoon of Tuesday, in Alamar, when the bus made an unofficial stop. Read More

Flight from Manchester to Holguin makes emergency landing in Bermuda

A flight from company Thomas Cook, who had left Manchester on Monday towards Holguín, was diverted to Bermuda after a drunk passenger assaulted several members of the crew. Read More

Cuban prosecutor that was awaiting trial on corruption escapes from Cuba

The Cuban prosecutor Hilda Batista Torriente, who was awaiting for trial on charges of forgery and insider trading, managed to evade immigration controls and escaped from Cuba on a flight to Costa Rica. Read More

Cuba has systems to detect radioactive materials at its airports

Since October operate several systems of detection of radioactive materials in container terminal in the port of Mariel and air cargo and passenger terminals of José Martí International Airport. Read More

The reporter for The New York Times who writes about Cuba is visiting Havana

Colombian journalist Ernesto Londoño, who campaign publishers of The New York Times about Cuba is attributed, is in Havana for work, as revealed on his Twitter account. Read More

29 undocumented Cubans were arrested in Costa Rica

A total of 29 undocumented Cubans were arrested early Wednesday in Costa Rica when traveling in two minibuses. All are in good health, are adults, 23 men and six women. Read More

Cuban authorities arrest drug dealer in Havana airport

The General Customs of Cuba detained a man who was trying to enter the island 35 capsules of cocaine, staying in his abdominal cavity. It was discovered at the Jose Marti International Airport and now is awaiting a trial. Read More

Semester at Sea cruise will visit Havana in late November

The Cruise Semester at Sea, a program of international studies sponsored by the University of Virginia, in the US, will arrive in Havana on November 29. This is the twelfth time the academic ship visits the island. Read More

Leonardo Padura and Yoani Sanchez are among the "50 most influential Latin American intellectuals" according to esglobal

esglobal website, heir from the Spanish Foreign Policy magazine, has published the list of the "50 most influential Latin American intellectuals 2014", among which are the writer Leonardo Padura and blogger Yoani Sanchez. Read More

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