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Ex-prisoner reveals sexual abuse and torture by the CIA at Guantanamo

An ex-prisoner of Guantanamo revealed that the CIA used a wider range of sexual abuse and torture of what was presented by the US Senate in 2014. Read More

El Nuevo Herald: US journalism course in Cuba irritates Castro government

About 30 Cubans sit in a conference room for several hours each week and learn the ABC of journalism: how to report a story, write a headline and verify sources. Read More

Cuban judokas are training in Europe

The men’s and women’s Cuban judo teams are training in Europe as part of the preparation for the Pan American Games this July in Toronto, Canada, where they will compete with full teams. Read More

House of Representatives approves ban of US exports to Cuban military

A clause prohibiting the use of US public funds in connection with exports to the Cuban military class was approved on Wednesday by the House of Representatives, as part of the budget for 2016 for the Departments of Commerce and Justice, the Office of Science and other Related Agencies. Read More

The NY Cosmos walk through Old Havana before leaving Cuba

The NY Cosmos players occupied several tables on the terrace of 'El Patio' restaurant, overlooking the Cathedral Square, which attracted many Cubans and tourists visiting Old Havana. Read More

President of the US Council of Churches claims for the end of the embargo

We will continue working with people of good will in the US for the Congress to eliminate the embargo against Cuba and normalize relations, said Rev. Jim Winkler, Chairman of the National Council of Churches of that country. Read More

The Brazilian finance projects in Cuba

The main financier of several large projects in Cuba is the National Economic and Social Development Bank (BNDES by its Portuguese acronym), including the Port of Mariel megaproject and the purchase of equipment and expansion of several airports in the island. Read More

Cuban medical brigade in Nepal reaches 5097 patients treated

Maile Lama, 80 years old patient from the village Machhegaun, was operated on Wednesday by surgeons of the Cuban Medical Brigade for a squamous cell carcinoma. Read More