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November 28th

The flights to Cuba are an important source of money for the country

Cuba has a million dollar business with charter flights traveling to the island from the United States, the government of the island charges $ 24,000 for landing rights in Cuba. For this concept charges between $ 31 and $ 62 million are charge, more than any other country. Read More

Shooting occurs in Havana bus

At least four people were arrested in Havana after shots occur against a bus travelers the P11 route. The events were on the afternoon of Tuesday, in Alamar, when the bus made an unofficial stop. Read More

Descemer Bueno apologizes to Cuban Americans in Miami

Descemer Bueno, Cuban singer, apologized to the Cuban community in Miami for having described the US embargo on Cuba as a whim. Read More

Cuba got gold medal in high jump

Cuban Sergio Mestre, 23 years old, reached today's high jump title across the rod about two meters and 26 centimeters, on his third attempt, and overcome the Venezuelan Eure Yanez and Bahamian Ingrahan Ryan, who jumped two 24 and took second and third place. Read More

French Foreign Minister met with Mariela Castro

Laurent Fabius, Minister of Foreign Affairs of France, received today in Paris to the director of the National Center for Sex Education of Cuba (CENESEX), Mariela Castro Espín. Read More

Cuba returns to second place in Veracruz medal board

Mexico returned to the top of the medal board in Central American and Caribbean Games after match and surpass Cuba yesterday, with the conquest of 12 new gold medals thus raising the total to 89, making a difference of 7 compared toCuba, which ranks second. Read More

Film Fest denounces violence against women

The story of a girl who was kidnapped for eight years, inspired the making of the film 3096 Days, which premiered in Las Tunas, as part of a special series of films by the Day of No Violence Against Women. Read More

November 27th

36 International Festival of New Latin American Cinema will be dedicated to Gabriel García Márquez

From December 4 to 14, Havana will host the 36th International Festival of New Latin American Cinema, this time dedicated to Gabriel García Márquez and his relations with Cuba and cinematography in the region, said Ivan Giroud, director general of the Festival, at a press conference. Read More

Google provides free services in Cuba

Google reported that since Wednesday apps and free games from Google Play and the free version of Google Analytics are available in Cuba. According to the source, "users in Cuba can now download the free apps in our store." Read More

Cuban Group Gente de Zona will give a concert in Toronto

The AR Entertainment company prepares a concert by the Cuban group Gente de Zona on December 6 at the Mirage Banquet Hall, Toronto. We will not skimp on any detail for the public to enjoy a unique spectacle, says a statement from the entity announced the installation of giant screens for the show. Read More