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April 13th

Cubans getting squeezed by soaring milk prices

The Cuban government blames the price increase on the rising cost of importing powdered milk Read More

April 5th

Cuba beats US 5-0 in first boxing bout on Cuban soil in 27 years

World Series of Boxing meeting was first of home-and-away series between the US Knockouts and the Cuba Wranglers Read More

Cuban dance company debuts act with American influence

Brown was in Havana to create a work for the independent dance company MalPaso, or Misstep. One of its founding dancers and resident choreographer, Osnel Delgado, produced another. The two works debuted last weekend in the capital city's Mella Theater Read More

US, CUBA boxers renew old rivalry in Havana

Boxers from the U.S. and Cuba have gone glove-to-glove on Cuban soil for the first time in 27 years in a semipro World Series of Boxing clash that in many ways resembled a big-time Las Vegas bout Read More

April 3rd

U.S. government built ‘Cuban Twitter’ to spur unrest

The plan was to develop a bare-bones "Cuban Twitter," using cellphone text messaging to evade Cuba's strict control of information and its stranglehold restrictions over the Internet. In a play on Twitter, it was called ZunZuneo — slang for a Cuban hummingbird's tweet. Read More

Cuba Fights Contraband of Natural Species

Cuban authorities are deploying a multi-sector strategy to counter the contraband of birds and other natural species Read More

Cuba's athletes get pay raises

Cuba reported on Monday the entry into force of the announced salary hikes for athletes, coaches and specialists in the sector, whose incomes will depend on the results and awards they obtain Read More

Cuban blogger Yoani Sanchez says her digital newspaper is launching soon

Cuban blogger Yoani Sánchez says her planned digital newspaper is just weeks away from its debut Read More

April 2nd

Law will let Cubans abroad invest on the island

Cuba’s new foreign investment law cuts taxes, opens new sectors to foreigners and allows investments by Cubans living abroad as part of ruler Raúl Castro’s efforts to lure fresh capital to his long-stagnant economy Read More

At least 41 injured in bus crash in western Cuba

At least 41 people were injured on Tuesday when a bus flipped over on a highway in the tourist zone of Soroa, in Cuba's western Pinar del Rio province, government media reported Read More