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September 20th

India offers line of credit to Cuba for renewable energy projects

India has offered Cuba lines of credit and expertise for developing renewable energy projects, as the Caribbean nation seeks to diversify energy mix for reducing its dependence on oil imports. Read More

September 20th

Cuba Hosts Congress on Biology and Conservation

Under the slogan "For the Conservation of the Fragile Ecosystems and the Endangered Species of Central America and the Caribbean," delegates from 19 countries are in the Cuban capital for the 17th Congress on Biology and Conservation. Read More

Cuba lifts punishment of musician who sang for reform

A Cuban jazz musician punished for sneaking an appeal for political reform into a song at a televised concert has been forgiven by the government Read More

September 19th

Cuba’s hard truths exposed

The truth about Cuba, however, is that the revolution’s achievements were never as great as its propagandists claimed and that economic and social conditions on the island trail those of many Latin American countries Cuba once surpassed. Read More

Marlins scouting Cuban slugger Abreu

The Marlins are among a long list of Major League teams who are scouting Cuban first baseman Jose Dariel Abreu this weekend in the Dominican Republic. Read More

Cuba and Vietnam Reaffirm Reinforcement of Relations

Cuba and Vietnam reaffirmed today the will to strengthen their economic and trade links, base don respect and friendship that have joined both nations for several decades. Read More

September 18th

Cuban singer’s blast at the government draws support, criticism

Reaction to singer Roberto Carcassés’ decision to castigate the Cuban government during a televised concert last week was mixed Tuesday as other artists came out in his support, criticized him or just danced gingerly around the issue. Read More

Cuban bishops make big appeal for change

Cuban bishops appealed to the government for political reform and continued economic change Sunday in their most direct plea in decades. Read More

Cuba, US discuss re-establishment of direct mail service in new round of talks in Havana

U.S. and Cuban representatives met in Havana on Monday for renewed talks on re-establishing direct mail service, 50 years after it was severed amid Cold War tensions relations. Read More

Havana abuzz over singer's bold concert lyrics

It was a day when Cubans were called to speak with one voice to demand the return of intelligence agents serving long prison terms in the United States. Read More