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Tom Wilner: Obama has presidential authority to return Guantanamo to Cuba

Thomas B. Wilner is one of the most famous lawyers in Washington and probably the only one who has won a couple of times a case in the Supreme Court of the United States. Read More

Crowd greets opening of second edition of Detrás del Muro (Behind the Wall)

Hundreds of visitors passing through Havana attended on Sunday 24 to the official opening of the second edition of Behind the Wall, side event of the XII Havana Biennial, which until next June 22 will bring the art to the crowded space of the capital. Read More

The training ship Guayas, from Ecuador, arrived in Havana

Guayas training ship of the Navy of the Republic of Ecuador arrived today in the morning at the port of Havana on an official visit Read More

The light in Cuban eyes, Cuban-American art project is presented at the XII Havana Biennial

The light in Cuban eyes, Cuban-American project, exhibited in its world premiere a beautiful combination of arts: music, contemporary dance, ballet, photography, lighting design, and costume at Marti theater in Havana. Read More

Paraguay will send trade mission to Cuba with a view to exports

Paraguay will send a trade mission to Cuba in order to analyze the possibility of exporting food and other sectors products to the island, the Ministry of Industry and Trade said today in a statement. Read More

The challenge of Cuba to return to the OAS

Convincing Cuba to get reinstated into the Organization of American States (OAS) is one of the main challenges of Luis Almagro, who assumes the General Secretariat of that body on Tuesday. Read More

Cuba returns to the Artistic Gymnastics World Cups with two gold medals

The debut of Manrique Larduet and Marcia Videaux on the first day of the Artistic Gymnastics World Cup final in Anadia, Portugal left an excellent balance for the new batch of the island. Manrique and Marcia won gold medals in men’s floor and women’s vault respectively. Read More

Ice skating in Havana

The twelfth edition of the Havana Biennial never ceases to amaze us. A few days ago the seawall promenade changed in appearance when the New York artist Duke Riley installed a skating rink, with a material in appearance as ice but that is not melted, in the Caribbean city. Read More