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October 30th

Curacao airlines will increase flights to Cuba

Since last July, the company Insel Air International BV operates two direct weekly flights Curacao-Havana (Monday and Friday). Despite the short time that the route has been open, the company will add from November 4 its third weekly flight. Read More

Republicans congresspersons promote the elimination of the Cuban Adjustment Act

Nine Republicans in the House of Representatives today presented the document Ending Special National Origin-Based Programs for Cubans Immigration Act of 2015, a bill to eliminate the Cuban Adjustment Act of 1966 and the policy of "dry feet, wet feet" , reports US News. Read More

Cuban cancer vaccine will be evaluated by the Roswell Park Cancer Institute

The Cimavax vaccine has been investigated in Cuba for 25 years and is available for free for Cuban patients since 2011. It is produced by the Center of Molecular Immunology. Read More

Cuba may acquire commercial satellite services

System Acquisition Regulation DoD removed all restrictions on Cuba for the purchase of equipment for military use from Friday October 30. Read More

China donated Cuba a high-tech equipment to monitor air quality

Cuba received on Thursday a Chinese government donation of high-tech equipment to monitor air quality in towns of the capital, which will contribute to protect the environment and the health of the population. Read More

Cuba and Dominican Republic to launch joint tourist project

Dominican Republic´s Tourism minister Francisco Javier said in the capital Santo Domingo that his country will jointly develop with Cuba a multi-destination project to bring a larger number of Chinese tourists. Read More

Raul Castro to meet with Peña Nieto in Mexico in early November

Cuba´s President Raul Castro will pay a state visit to Mexico November 5-7, according to a communiqué issued by the Mexican government. Read More

October 29th

Agricultural delegation from North Dakota arrives in Cuba on business mission

A delegation from the US state of North Dakota, the fifth largest exporter of agricultural products in the US, arrived in Cuba to explore business opportunities. Read More

Panamanian businessmen arrive in Cuba

Just a month after Panamanian President Juan Carlos Varela visited Cuba for the first time and declared his intentions to strengthen ties with the island, a business delegation has arrived in Havana to explore the Cuban market in favor of establishing links and trade relations. Read More

Medical students at the University of Michigan will learn in Cuban hospitals

The Michigan State University organizes a course now to develop in Cuba with the participation of US medical students. Read More