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June 26th

The highest bike in the world will be in Cuba

Felix Ramon Guirola, a 51 year old Cuban, born in Ciego de Avila, wants to impose the Guinness record for riding the highest bicycle in the world, next July. Read More

Cuba and Mexico made X Meeting on migration issues

The behavior of the migratory flow between Cuba and Mexico and the balance of the implementation of bilateral migration agreement were central themes of the just-concluded Tenth Meeting of the Working Group on Migration and Consular Affairs Cuba-Mexico Read More

ETECSA denied an official document on internet services in homes

Last June 23 was posted an article on the Internet reporting an alleged information on the introduction of Internet service in the homes which has been replicated by several digital media. Read More

ETECSA authorized mobile balance transfer from June 29

Using the code *234# from June 29 any prepaid mobile phone user can transfer the available balance in their account to another person, the Master of Science Luis Manuel Diaz Naranjo, director of Corporate Communications ETECSA confirmed to Juventud Rebelde exclusively. Read More

Friendly basketball match between Cuba and the US

The Coastal Carolina Chanticleers, American University men's basketball team and a member of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA), will arrive in Cuba next August 6 to face in friendly matches, the national assembly on days 8, 9 and 11. Read More

First regular flight between San Juan and Havana since 1959

The first flight will be offered on a regular basis between San Juan and Havana in nearly six decades off today with 150 passengers on board a plane of the Swiss airline Swissair, most people who come to IX Havana Danzón Festival. Read More

June 25th

Congress meets in Havana on scientific research

Professionals and researchers from over 30 countries will attend the XVI International Congress of Scientific Research Centre which will be held in the Palace of Conventions in Havana and whose central axes are debating health and the environment. Read More

US bishops support laws for travel and trade with Cuba

"We hold that the way to promote religious freedom and human rights in Cuba is through dialogue and reconciliation between the US and Cuba and in Cuban society. To achieve this, the trade and travel embargo should be lifted" Read More

Insurance magnate joins wave of explorers of the Cuban market

Maurice "Hank" Greenberg, Insurance magnate joined the list of businessmen from the United States who traveled to Cuba after the melting, looking for opportunities on the island, reported the business division of the media group FOX. Read More

Mexico leads Latin America's investment offensive in Cuba

Luis Cabrera, commercial director of Pro Mexico, a government agency promoting foreign trade, said on Tuesday in an interview that the initiative began long before the announcement of the United States and Cuba in December to restore diplomatic relations and work to normalize ties. Read More