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Cuba Describes Meeting with EU as Profound and Respectful

Cuban Foreign Minister Felipe Perez Roque described as profound, respectful, open and comprehensive a meeting held on Thursday with the Troika of the European Union (EU) at the headquarters of the French Foreign Ministry in Paris.<br /> Read More

Vern’s French city to pay tribute to Cuban culture

The birth place of Julius Vern, Nants, is one of the most developing cities to the west of France. It will hold from October 17 to 20 an event in tribute to Cuban culture. Read More

20bn barrel oil discovery puts Cuba in the big league

Mother nature, it emerged this week, appears to have blessed the island with enough oil reserves to vault it into the ranks of energy powers. The government announced there may be more than 20bn barrels of recoverable oil in offshore fields in Cuba's share of the Gulf of Mexico, more than twice the previous estimate. Read More

Cuban-Americans, longtime Republicans, drift to Obama

Over espresso and cake in Miami's Little Havana, Lidia Arcuri lays bare the way the world's biggest Cuban community in exile is thinking about the upcoming US presidential election. Read More

Argentina Welcomes Cuban Five Mother

The leader of the Mothers of the Plaza de Mayo, Hebe de Bonafini, on Friday welcomed Mirtha Rodriguez, mother of Antonio Guerrero, one of five Cuban antiterrorists unfairly imprisoned in the United States. Read More

US Hits Cuba Food, Health Sectors Hardest

Cuban Permanent Mission to the United Nations denounced that since the beginning of the economic, commercial and financial blockade imposed by the US against Cuba, the food and health sectors have been the hardest hit. Read More

Romanian Business Delegation will Explore Cuban Market

An important delegation from the “Investors’ Club of Romania” will travel next month to Havana to explore the Cuban market and study investment possibilities. Read More

FAO Warns against World Challenges

Climate change and the practices to obtain biofuels pose more serious challenges than those faced by mankind 20 years ago, FAO Representative in Cuba Marcio Porto said. Read More

Cuban Awarded CINERGIA Prize in Costa Rica

Cuban film maker Pavel Giroud was awarded with CINERGIA (Fund for the Promotion of the Audiovisual in Central America and the Caribbean) Prize, for the film &quot;El acompañante&quot;, in the category of Best Project Development, CINERGIA sources announced Friday. Read More

Cuba claims massive oil reserves

The state-owned Cuban oil company says the country may have more than 20bn barrels of oil in its offshore fields - more than double the previous estimate. Read More