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Scuba diving, a good reason to travel to Cuba in your vacations

Diving has become one of the most important choices for leisure in Cuba, according to experts. With a annual rate of 100 thousand immersions of about 25 thousand divers from all over the world, Cuba intends to increase this kind of destinations. Read More

Habana Libre Tryp Hotel, a symbol of Havana

<span>The Habana Libre Tryp Hotel is one of the most representative hotels of the Cuban capital.<span> </span></span> Read More

Reforestation Renews a Barrio in Havana Cuba

Every morning Mario Véliz makes his way through the streets of Pogolotti, a low-income neighbourhood in the Cuban capital, to the milk shop. Those who only know him because he works there are unaware that this thin, wiry man with a face seamed with age is the life and soul of local reforestation. Read More

The National Hurricane Center forecast that a tropical depression may form in Atlantic

A low-pressure area in the Atlantic Ocean may turn into a tropical depression over the next couple of days, the National Hurricane Center said on Wednesday. Read More

Fidel Castro: there will be no negotiations in my lifetime with the United States

Havana - Cuban leader Fidel Castro on Wednesday made it clear that there will be no negotiations in his lifetime with the United States, which he pejoratively calls 'the empire.' Read More

North Dakota will ship 100 tons of seed potatoes to Cuba

BISMARCK, N.D. - North Dakota will ship 100 tons of seed potatoes to Cuba, marking the first time the communist country has bought U.S. seed potatoes in decades. Read More

Cuba and Venezuela get ready for parliamentary meeting

Havana, Aug 1 (acn) The president of Cubas parliamentary, Ricardo Alarcon, said Cuba and Venezuela will review the development of their fruitful relationship during the third inter-parliamentary meeting, which begins Thursday, August 2, in Caracas. Read More

Cuba and Venezuela will cooperate to seek for oil in Cuban coasts

Cuba and Venezuela will start exploring for petroleum fields in Cuban waters. Petroleos de Venezuela SA, or PDVSA and Cuba's CUPET energy company will start an exploring project with covers 10,000 square kilometers (3,860 square miles) and is scheduled to begin Wednesday. Read More