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July 3rd

Miami Mayor against Cuban consulate in the city

Tomas Regalado, Miami Mayor, expressed his rejection, by "moral reasons", to the eventual opening of a general consulate of Cuba in Miami, which would be, he said, "a provocation" to the "capital of exile." Read More

Corruption in Cuban Oil Company caused huge losses

Losses estimated in millions of dollars and damages to 14 oil wells were the result of corruption in a Cuban state oil company, according to official local media. Read More

80 foreign artists to participate in Circuba 2015

About 80 foreign artists will participate in the 14th Summer Circus Festival Circuba 2015, from July 8 to September 6, announced today Rigoberto Fernandez, director of the National Circus of Cuba. Read More

16 Cuban spots connected to wireless network

Since yesterday July 2nd, many Cubans can connect to the Internet wirelessly from any of the 16 places which premiered the service. Read More

Ban Ki -moon welcomes restoration of relations between Cuba and USA

The restoration of diplomatic relations between Cuba and the United States as well as the opening of embassies in both countries is consistent with the principles of the UN, said its secretary -general Ban Ki-moon. Read More

Belarus inserts Cuban drugs into its health system

The health system in Belarus already benefits from the use of Cuban medicines, thanks to the mutual recognition of registration of drugs and for the compensatory exchange agreement that has been established between the two countries. Read More

Cuba expects greater scientific exchange with the United States, says Minister of Health

Roberto Morales Ojeda, Health Minister of Cuba, said on Wednesday in Washington that Cuba hopes for greater collaboration with the United States in the scientific and healthcare sector, following the restoration of diplomatic relations announced by both governments. Read More

July 2nd

Charles Chaplin’s granddaughter is in Cuba for film festival

Charles Chaplin's granddaughter, Oona Chaplin, is in Cuba for the opening of the festival that bears the name of her grandfather, whom she described as a great revolutionary. Read More

International test will certify the Spanish level

The presentation of the International Service Assessment of the Spanish Language (Siele by its Spanish acronym) took place just a few hours ago at the Ancient College of San Ildefonso, in Mexico City. Read More

US diplomats will have more freedom of movement in Cuba

US diplomats in Cuba will have greater freedom of movement once the reopening of the embassy in Havana to be materialised, although the environment will remain restrictive, a senior State Department official said on Wednesday. Read More