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December 14th

Cuban pastor says he was denied permission to travel abroad

A Cuban pastor who has been harshly critical of the government says he was denied permission to travel abroad last month for a religious gathering even though his passport and visa were all in order. Read More

Cuban Rappers Stage Successful Protest

Following a rather unexpected turn of events, the organizers of the Puños Arriba (“Raised Fists”) Hip Hop Concert secured a positive response from authorities after staging a protest in front of the Cuban Music Institute (ICM) at noon on December 10. Read More

December 13th

Obama shakes hands with Cuba's Raul Castro

Nelson Mandela's memorial service Tuesday brought together -- briefly -- the leaders of two long-estranged countries: The United States and Cuba. Read More

Honduras, Cuba ratify maritime border treaty

Honduras and Cuba have ratified a bilateral maritime border treaty, the Honduran Foreign Ministry said on Wednesday. Read More

Three Cuban migrants feared killed off Florida coast

One suspected Cuban migrant was found dead on Monday, and two others were missing and feared drowned, after a homemade raft with a sole survivor on board was found floating in Biscayne Bay southwest of Miami, authorities said. Read More

Cuba, What Are Your Plans for the New Year?

The cost of basic articles (food, hygiene products) and of electricity, transport and other services rises steadily, according to central planning, and ruins the plans with which hundreds of thousands of families, millions of people, barely managed to get by. Read More

Cuba becoming popular with British tourists

<br /><br />British travelers are increasingly interested in visiting Cuba, judging by the recent arrivals aboard cruise ships and flights to different parts of the Cuban archipelago. Read More

December 10th

Cuba's Raul Castro to attend Mandela funeral

Cuban President Raul Castro will attend the funeral of South African anti-apartheid icon Nelson Mandela Read More

'Floating university' docks in Cuba for first time in nine years

A cruise ship sailed into Havana harbor this morning with 568 American college students on board, officially ending a nine-year hiatus from Cuba's shores. Read More

World Twitter Action to Highlight Cuba´s Work on Human Rights

Cybernauts of the world will express from today their solidarity with Cuba by highlighting the work of this country through messages in an international twitter account in the context of the celebration of the Human Rights Day. Read More