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US removes Cuba from its list of countries complicit with human trafficking

US removed today Cuba from its list of countries not doing enough to combat human trafficking and Venezuela kept on that list, in which remains Russia, Iran, Syria and North Korea, among others. Read More

Venezuela welcomes Cuban film show

On the occasion of the 62 anniversary of the assault on the Cuartel Moncada, National Rebellion Day, the Embassy of Cuba in Venezuela sponsors today in this nation a week of cinema of the island. Read More

Cuban journalist present book in Windhoek, Namibia

SWAPO, a lion against Apartheid, is the title of the new book by Cuban journalist Hedelberto Lopez Blanch, which will be presented in its English version in mid-August in Windhoek, capital of Namibia, in southwest Africa. Read More

Cuba, fourth place in Toronto Pan-Ams

The Cuban delegation for the first time since Cali-1971 will not have spot in the continental podium. Cuba closed its performance in Toronto with 36 gold medals, 27 silver and 34 bronze, valid for fourth place in the overall medal table by countries. Read More

Pope Francis will ask to abandon hostilities and resentment in Cuba

Pope Francis will ask Cubans to abandon hostilities and animosities between them during his visit to the island in September, as announced Father Jose Felix Perez, spokesman of the bishops of the island. Read More

Donald Trump is at the head of the Republican race for the presidential nomination

US billionaire Donald Trump, continues to lead Republican candidates who aspire to represent their party in the elections of 2016, according to a CNN poll released on Sunday. Read More

Senior US official meets with Cuban dissidents in El Salvador

Eleven members of the Cuban independent civil society, guests at the recently concluded VIII Magisterial Conference of the Community of Democracies, had a private meeting and no access to the accredited press with Tom Malinowski, Assistant Secretary of State for Democracy, Human Rights and Labor of the United States. Read More

Restoration of Cuba-US relations dominated headlines of the week

The resumption of diplomatic relations between Cuba and the United States and the reopening of embassies in the respective capitals dominated the headlines of major US newspapers this week. Read More