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Remittances to Cuba will double this year

With diplomatic and economic liberalization initiated by President Barack Obama to Cuba the amount of remittances from the US could double from this year, expects a report by the analysis group Inter-American Dialogue on remittances in the continent. Read More

Winter season continues in Cuba

New cold front hit the western and central Cuba. The meteorological situation is triggered by the arrival and passage through the Cuban archipelago of that cold front that will have difference with the previous. Read More

A new bus circulates through the streets of Havana

Since last year December 22 the company Trans-Metro under the Ministry of Transport introduced a new model of articulated buses to support the route Santiago de Las Vegas- Vedado in Havana. Read More

Very low temperatures were reported in Havana

The lowest temperature of this winter season occurred in the early hours of Sunday in Bainoa and Tapaste, localities in the south of Havana, where the thermometer marked a low of 3.9 degrees Celsius. Read More

Responsible for killing 4 people were sentenced in Artemisa

The Criminal Division of the Provincial Court of Artemisa, after reviewing the evidence taken at the trial held in recent days, agreed to punish seven people linked to an alleged plan to leave the country illegally, in which, as reported, were murdered four people. Read More

A video on Ladies in Withe has become viral on social networks

A video in which Ladies in White appears loudly expressing their opposition to the former member of the movement Alejandrina Garcia de la Riva, which surround and called her "traitor", learned Thursday in social networks. Read More

Several teachers were expelled and their students protested

About 15 students staged an incident in the High School Cesar Escalante, Havana, protesting the expulsion of several teachers. Read More

Miss Universe could visit Cuba

Global Beauty Queen Paulina Vega responded positively to the invitation that launched the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) to travel to Havana and contribute with her presence to the peace talks between the guerrillas and the government of Juan Manuel Santos. Read More

First acoustic dictionary for the blind is prepared in Cuba

Specialists from the Center for Applied Linguistics (CLA) in Santiago de Cuba are preparing the first acoustic dictionary for blind that will exist in Cuba. Read More

Condoms are scarce in Pinar del Río

The lack of condoms has been beating for weeks to pharmacies in the city of Pinar del Río. According to several administrators, the latest installment of this contraceptive was held last December, and sold that same month of 2014. Read More

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