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Last Cuban athletes returned from Toronto

In a ceremony at Jose Marti International Airport, in Havana, Jose Ramon Fernandez president of the Cuban Olympic Committee (COC) welcomed the last group of athletes participants in the 17th Toronto 2015 Pan American Games. Read More

German sailor wants to beat speed record between Key West and Havana

The German sailor Roger Klüh will try on August 1st set a speed and time record on water between Key West and Havana, aboard the motorboat Apache Star, capable of traveling at 100 miles per hour. Read More

"I think President Barack Obama will visit Havana"

A possible visit of US President Barack Obama to Cuba would consolidate his new policy to achieve the normalization of relations with the island and make it irreversible, experts said. Read More

Cuba’s entry to the IMF and World Bank is imminent, says former director of the IMF

The former director of the International Monetary Fund Hector R. Torres published an article on Tuesday in the Point of View section of website that reminds us that a few years ago was unimaginable to Cuba knocking on the doors of the IMF and World Bank. Read More

Pitbull calls to lift the embargo on Cuba

The Cuban-born rapper and businessman Pitbull recently asked the United States to lift the trade embargo on Cuba on his Twitter and Facebook accounts. Read More

Malaysian company plans to market Cuban cancer vaccine

The biotech Malaysian firm Bioven, which conducts clinical trials on third phase of a promising Cuban vaccine against cancer, plans to market in London after a fruitful collaboration with Cuba. Read More

Google Hangouts, an option to communicate from Cuba

Google has long been for many Cubans just a browser and e-mail messaging service under the Gmail name. Read More

An "unusual" house that defies gravity is inaugurated in Cuba

A building, named "unusual house" and built "to defy gravity" was opened to the public today in Las Tunas, in eastern Cuba, in order to astonish visitors with optical illusions and perhaps enter the Guinness records , local media reported. Read More