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May 3rd

Scott Cuba-crackdown bill signing turns into PR fiasco

The state law would prohibit state and local governments from hiring companies with business ties in Cuba or Syria for contracts worth at least $1 million. Read More

May 2nd

Havana to Host Exchanges between US and Cuban Choral Directors

The symposium will take place in Havana from May 28th through the 30th, and will include workshops, concerts, meetings and visits of representatives of the US Association of Choral Directors to the Higher Arts Institute and the National Music School. Read More

Bayamo city will celebrate its 500 anniversary

The festivities for the celebration will be modest, in keeping with the current economic situation, but will include the beautification of homes and public spaces, popular work days and a constant review of the history of the city, a National Monument. Read More

May 1st

HAVANATUR Announces International Golf Tournament in Cuba

Executives of Incentive Tours and Specialized Tourism of Havanatour added that the tournament is scheduled for June 21 to 23, chiefly for amateur golfers at Varadero Golf Club in Cuba. Read More

Cuba and Dominican Republic are favorites in NORCECA Qualifier

A ticket to the London Olympic Games will be earned by the winning side of the eight-team event, which runs from April 29 to May 5. Read More

The two cuban actor that seek asylum in Miami will live in Las Vegas

On a stopover in Miami on their flight Wednesday from Havana to New York for the Tribeca Film Festival, the pair, both aged 20, slipped away from their traveling companions and fled to the home of De la Rua’s uncle in the city. Read More

Cuba, U.S. videoconference for U.S. exiles

More than 100 Cuban Americans and top Foreign Ministry officials discussed President Raul Castro's ongoing economic changes in the encounter, hosted by Vice Foreign Minister Dagoberto Rodriguez Read More

In Cuba, young people long for Web access

Like many young Cubans, Rojas is frustrated that he can't access Facebook and Google like his peers around the world. Read More