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June 30th

2012 Cyclone Season Sets Record

Tropical Storm Debby is one for the record books, and could be an early sign of a busy hurricane season yet to come. Read More

Around Seven Million Working Age Cubans

Cuba has 7,802,877 people of working age, around the 53 percent of whom are men, according to population data released today by the National Bureau of Statistics and Information (ONEI). Read More

Da Vinci Works Donated to Cuba

The President of Italy´s Anthropos Foundation, Modesto Veccia described as something great the arrival in Havana, a “beautiful city made by beautiful people”, of an exhibition entitled: “Genius Leonardo da Vinci” which was donated to Office of the City Historian. Read More

Venezuelan Oil Company to Drill off Cuba

Venezuela's national oil company will join in exploratory drilling for crude in deep waters off Cuba, the company's president said Thursday. Read More

Cuba Goes to Finals of the World Volleyball League

The Cuban men''s volleyball team classified today for the finals of the World Volleyball League, defeating the host team of Serbia 3-2 (24-26, 25-16, 21-25, 26-24 and 15-13). Read More

June 27th

Convicted Spy Asks to Serve Probation in Cuba

A convicted Cuban spy who finished his U.S. prison time is again asking a federal judge to allow him to return to Cuba to serve probation. Read More

Tropical Storm Debby makes landfall on Fla. coast

Debby, the guest that wouldn't leave, is ruining things for a lot of other visitors. Read More

Legal Ruling on Academic Travels to Cuba a Disappointment

A U.S. lawyer described as disappointing the rejection by the Supreme Court of his country the demand against a Florida legislation that prohibits to use public and private funds for academic travels to Cuba. Read More

Independent Technology Festival was held in Havana

Next year the CLICK Festival will have to improve the level of its panels, create a WiFi network for the participants to download event materials, shed a certain level of seriousness in favor of making it more interactive, and manage to attract those journalists, bloggers and Twitterers who, this time, preferred not to join us. Read More

June 26th

WikiLeaks cables indicate Cuba wasn't laundering money

A series of cables from diplomats at the U.S. Interests Section in Havana a few years ago indicates that at the time they found no "direct evidence" of money laundering in Cuba, but said the island has one of the world's "most secretive" banking systems Read More