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Angry passengers protested in José Martí Airport

Passengers who arrived yesterday in flight from Santiago de Cuba, after waiting two hours and thirty minutes to receive their luggage in Terminal 1, José Martí International Airport, were angry and began trying to break down the door that connects the track landing with the first passenger departure lounge. Read More

Honduras is one of the most important points in the route to US

The number of Cuban and African passing through Honduras in their route to the United States has had a substantial increase so far in 2015, compared with the previous year. Read More

Four Cuban children won a sponsored by Unesco

With the work entitled "A moment in time, past and present beaches," Cuban children Daniela Aguilera Soto, Amanda Hernandez Charity, Karime Prendes Hidalgo and Bryan Canovas Arango received first prize in the competition organized by Sandwatch which supports of Unesco, whose purpose is to raise awareness among children and youth about the fragility of the marine and coastal environment. Read More

The government declared a National Monument sunken Spanish fleet of Admiral Cervera

Ships Fleet of Spanish Admiral Pascual Cervera, sunk in 1898 during the battle between the navies of Spain and the United States in the bay of Santiago de Cuba, will be declared "National Monument" in July. Read More

Traffic accident in Pinar del Rio brings three deaths and injuries

A traffic accident occurred at 11:40 pm Saturday at the 8th kilometer of the road to Caiguanabo, in the town of La Palma, Pinar del Río, caused three deaths and 13 injured. Read More

El sexto awaiting trial in Havana

Danilo Maldonado, El sexto, could be prosecuted for "insulting". Last week was arrested on the Malecon in Havana while transporting two pigs in a car that was going to use to make a performance in Central Park. The pigs had inscribed the names of Fidel and Raul. Read More

Internet access will increase for Cubans in 2015

Cuba will extend its internet access service in navigation rooms and also plans to create public Wi-Fi areas, as reported ETECSA’s representatives. The strategy will "enhance access points" now totaling 154 rooms across the country. Read More

A fire in Santiago de Cuba was controlled without major damage

A fire of "medium proportions" in the historic center of Santiago de Cuba, was controlled and extinguished on Wednesday. The fire broke out in a building of the intersection of Enramadas and Calvario streets, occupied by a dressmaking workshop. Read More

The Pope may visit Havana in 2015

The Cuban Catholic Church does not rule out the possibility that the pope Francisco made a brief stop in Havana during his trip to Latin America. The spokesman for the Archdiocese of Cuba, Orlando Marquez, said that although no known formal invitations, the possibility exists. Read More

Traffic accident in Las Tunas claims the lives of four people

Four dead was the balance of a traffic accident in the province of Las Tunas. The tragedy occurred in the early hours of the morning in the central stretch of road between the provinces of Granma and Las Tunas. Read More

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