Cuba Headlines

Cuba News, Breaking News, Articles and Daily Information

July 17th

Cuban boxing legend's home to become museum

Cuban legislators have voted to turn the childhood home of national boxing <br /> <br /> legend Teofilo Stevenson into a museum Read More

Frank Fernandez, Guest of Honor of Panama City

Cuban pianist and composer Frank Fernandez was paid tribute by the City Council of Panama City, which declared him distinguish guest for his outstanding artistic merits. Read More

July 15th

Young Cubans Going to International Science Olympiads

Four young Cubans will participate in the upcoming international science Olympics, in the fields of Mathematics, Computer Science, Physics and Chemistry. Read More

India to cooperate with Cuba in energy, telecom and tourism

India has expressed interest in expanding cooperation with Cuba in the sectors of energy, telecommunications and tourism. Read More

July 14th

Raul Castro back in Cuba after tour of China, Vietnam, Russia

Cuban President Raul Castro returned to Havana after a 12-day tour of China, Vietnam and Russia aimed at strengthening bilateral ties and economic cooperation with those countries Read More

Cuba’s top epidemiologist tells CNN in Manzanillo that cholera has not spread

Cuba’s top epidemiologist tells CNN in Manzanillo that the epidemic has not spread Read More

Norway continues funding Cuban health services in Haiti

Continuing a trend of wealthier donor nations funding Cuban healthcare expertise for developing countries, Norway signed an agreement July 12 with the Cuban government under which the Scandinavian country provides $800,000 for healthcare services in Haiti. Read More

Namibia to export 146 animals to Cuba

Namibia this week started catching the first of 146 wild animals in a game park in preparation for their export to Cuba this year, sparking anger from animal rights activists. Read More

Cuba gets first maritime shipment from Miami in 50 years

A small cargo ship sailed into Havana Bay on Friday with the first maritime shipment from Miami to Cuba in 50 years. The Ana Cecilia carried just one container filled with food and other items, but it was the beginning of what shipper International Port Corp hopes will be a weekly service linking the United States and Cuba Read More

O'Farrill set to inherit Robles' role as the Cuban hurdling king

Cuban athletics icon Alberto Juantorena, now a member of the IAAF Council and a recent inductee into the IAAF Hall of Fame, was one of the first people to greet the men's 110m Hurdles winner Yordan O'Farrill as he left the track. Read More