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Raul Castro’s biography published in Russia

Russian publishing house Joven Guardia (Young Guard) has just published in its series "Life of illustrious men" the biography of Cuban President Raul Castro. Read More

Raul receives Chinese military leader

Cuban President Raul Castro today received General Colonel Fan Changlong, vice chairman of the Central Military Commission and member of the Political Bureau of the Communist Party of China, and the delegation accompanying him. Read More

Uruguayan Senate discusses today canceling of Cuban debt

Today, the plenary of the Senate of Uruguay discusses a bill that was supported by former President and now Senator Jose Mujica to cancel the debt of Cuba to that southern country, amounting to just over $ 50 million, about $ 31.5 million of capital and its respective interests, and which dates from 1986. Read More

Sprint and T-Mobile compete for the Cuban market

Sprint has become the first communications company affordable for customers to connect with friends and family in Cuba. For $ 10 a month, customers can add Sprint Cuba Plus to their domestic tariff plan and get 20 minutes of calls to Cuba. Read More

Many in Florida want to visit Cuba; survey reveals

Inhabitants of the State of Florida, in the United States, are interested in visiting Cuba. Read More

Cuba, second tourist destination in the Caribbean in first quarter of 2015

According to the Organización Caribeña del Turismo (Caribbean Tourism Organization) in its 2014 annual report, Cuba was the second tourist destination in the Caribbean, only surpassed by the Dominican Republic. Read More

German airline will increase flights to Cuba and China will begin

German airline Condor will increase its flight connections to Cuba from next winter, which will allow Germany to remain as one of the top source markets of travelers to the island, local media reported today. Read More

Havana: second preferred destination in Spain for the summer

As already disclosed in the annual report published by the meta-searcher and flight comparison site, Havana will be the second preferred destination by Spanish, only preceded by New York, which remains unbeaten at the top. Read More