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US lower house would prohibit funding for future embassy in Cuba

A bill released on Tuesday by the Committee on Appropriations of the House of Representatives of the United States prohibits funding to an embassy or other diplomatic offices of that country in Cuba. Read More

Obama nominates Roberta Jacobson as US Ambassador in Mexico

The veteran US diplomat Roberta Jacobson, who led last week in Washington the talks between the US and Cuba to restore diplomatic relations, was appointed as US ambassador to Mexico, a White House official said to the Los Angeles Times. Read More

Arkansas Chamber of Commerce organizes trip to Cuba

As an additional indicator to improve relations between the US and Cuba, fifty three Arkansans have o rganized, through the Chamber of Commerce of the state, a week-long visit to Cuba on Tuesday, said the National Public on Monday. Read More

Cuban medical brigade performs first operation of neurosurgery in Nepal

The Cuban medical brigade present in Nepal is continuing its work in that country since that nation suffered a strong earthquake on April 25 causing more than 8000 deaths. Read More

Rihanna succumbs to salsa in Cuba

In the front row, almost as an ordinary person though surrounded by a personal security staff that accompanies her, we've seen Rihanna dancing salsa in the House of Music in Havana. Read More

Iberia 's return to Cuba will boost tourism

With yesterday's announcement of the resumption of Iberia airline flights, the upward trend of tourism in the island is reinforced, which already accumulated over three million visitors per year. Read More

Cosmos' player Raul surprised by the passion for soccer in Cuba

The Spanish footballer Raul, one of the historical players of Real Madrid CF, was surprised by the passion that soccer arouses in recent years in Cuba. Read More

Pele points out the way for Cuban Soccer

The Brazilian star Pele expects Cuba to follow the footsteps of United States to develop its soccer and to be ready soon for the World Cup. Read More

XII Bienal has exceeded expectations, says Minister of Culture

XII Havana Biennial exceeds undoubtedly all expectations, said Julian Gonzalez Toledo, Minister of Culture of Cuba. Read More

Private cooperatives may contract up to a year, government announces

Cuba's government has adopted new measures to strengthen private cooperatives that have emerged on the island after the reforms of President Raul Castro, but it does not intend to boost the creation of these forms of non-state-management, official media reported on Monday. Read More