Cuba Headlines

Cuba News, Breaking News, Articles and Daily Information

July 7th

Fidel Castro congratulates Tsipras on the "brilliant political victory"

I congratulate you warmly on your brilliant political victory; I followed details closely by the Telesur channel. Read More

Bahamas signs agreement with Cuba on cultural exchange

The Bahamas government signed an agreement with Cuba to establish mutual cultural relations including the establishment of student exchange programs that will benefit both countries. Read More

Dominican Johnny Ventura, the King of Merengue on the earth of son

Johnny Ventura, 75 years, nicknamed El Caballo Mayor, bowed his "noble" title and took over the hundreds of people who on Saturday went to Heredia Theater, and the millions across the screen, appreciated the King of Merengue in its entire dimension. Read More

Cuban scientists close to getting prostate cancer vaccine

Cuban scientists advance in the development of a therapeutic vaccine against prostate cancer, which strikes mature men in the Caribbean causing more than 2,000 deaths per year in Cuba, said a researcher. Read More

Cuba bought 719 Chinese electric vehicles for the tourism sector

A fleet of electric cars from now coexist alongside traditional almendrones of the 50 and the relics of Eastern Europe. In principle its use is exclusively for the tourism industry. Read More

Brazilian airline "White" connects Lisbon and the Cuban beach resort Varadero

Brazilian airline "White" this weekend to Lisbon (Portugal) and the Cuban tourist resort of Varadero, with a weekly charter flights, said the Ministry of Tourism (Mintur) of the island. Read More

Italian company MSC Cruises will operate from Cuba in the Caribbean

The Italian company MSC Cruises reports that, starting in December, it will take Havana as a base port for its winter operations in the Caribbean. Read More

Soria travels to Cuba to strengthen relations with Spain

José Manuel Soria, Spanish Minister of Industry, Energy and Tourism, will travel to Havana on Monday morning to strengthen institutional and business relations between Spain and Cuba, and will have the opportunity to meet with Ricardo Cabrisas, Vice President of the Cuban Council of Ministers, Industry sources reported. Read More

Solidarity brigades activists to visit Cuba

Kenia Serrano, president of the Cuban Institute of Friendship with the Peoples, said that brigades of solidarity with the Greater Antilles about 100 nations will come to Havana in July and August. Read More

July 3rd

US business universities are eager for Cuban students

Institutions of higher education as the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School, Stanford University's Graduate School of Business and University of Southern California's Marshall School of Business are eager to attract fresh talent from a market out of their reach until now. Read More