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July 10th

Cebimar presents new biomedical products

New natural products of biomedical interest were presented by the Marine Bioproducts Center (Cebimar by its Spanish acronym) of Cuba to the Convention on Environment and Development. Read More

Cuba: cruise activity grew in the last three years

The cruise activity, important sector in the country's tourism development has had an increase since 2012 that could have been greater if we were not under the inhumane measures imposed on us by the US economic embargo and which substantially affects the maritime activity. Read More

July 9th

Italian Prime Minister to visit Cuba in October

Matteo Renzi, Prime Minister of Italy, has planned an official visit to Cuba in October, revealed today in Havana, Deputy Foreign Minister Mario Giro. Read More

Portuguese tourists choose Jardines del Rey

Direct flights from Lisbon to Cayo Coco for the second consecutive summer confirmed the potential of Jardines del Rey to open to new markets, and the interest of Europeans for the Cuban tourist destinations. Read More

NBOX, new technology that expands in Cuban schools

For the next school year, the Cuban secondary education will receive 390 new NBOX technology with which the Ministry of Education began some years ago to replace VHS video. Read More

Second historic flight San Juan-Havana

A nice flight between San Juan and Havana, just two and a half hours, only allowed review travel plans. Read More

Gay Men's Chorus of Washington will sing in Miami before starting tour in Cuba

The group will travel to Havana on Saturday, on a tour that hopes to build on the recent opening of the communist island to discuss equal rights. Read More

July 8th

Today, regular flights Orlando-Havana

The first regular direct flights from Orlando, Florida, to Havana, Cuba are scheduled for today. Read More

US confirms Charge d'Affaires at the forefront of future embassy in Cuba

United States confirmed on Monday the appointment of Jeffrey DeLaurentis as charge d'affaires in the new US embassy in Havana, from next July 20, the State Department said in a statement. Read More

Spain ready to compete with the US in Cuba

Spanish companies are interested in operating in Cuba and are not afraid of competition from US firms that come from the hand of a thaw between the island and Washington, said on Tuesday Jose Manuel Soria, the Minister of Industry, Energy and Tourism of Spain. Read More