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The New York Times one more time against the embargo

An editorial in The New York Times on the Cuban issue, from today August 3, calls again for the lifting of the US embargo. Read More

US ambassador visits Cuban mission at the UN

The US ambassador to the United Nations, Samantha Power, met with his Cuban counterpart last Friday to discuss the normalization of relations between the two countries. Read More

Bolivian University grants honorary title to Fidel

Twentieth Century National University awarded the title of Doctor Honoris Causa to the historic leader of the Cuban Revolution, Fidel Castro, by the coincidence of his ideas with those promoted by the educational institution. Read More

The opposition hopes to meet with Kerry

Missing a few days for the Secretary of State of the United States, John Kerry, arrives in Havana to leave officially opened the embassy. Read More

Americans rush their trip to Cuba

Despite having limitations to reach Cuba by their country, the arrival of US visitors to the island increased by 54% in the period from January to July, thanks to the historic thaw between Havana and Washington. Read More

New record: Key West-Havana in an hour and a half

The German sailor Roger Klüh introduced a speed record on water, crossing in just over an hour 145 kilometers from Key West to Havana aboard his boat Apache Star. Read More

Olga Tanon: "I plan to return to Cuba for a big concert"

Six years ago the singer Olga Tanon made a decision that earned her admirers and detractors. The artist, who lives in Florida, boarded a plane to Havana, Cuba, to be part of the concert Paz sin Fronteras (Peace without Borders), organized by Colombian singer Juanes. Read More

A French report estimates that the Cuban economy will grow 6% per year between 2016 and 2020

A study of the company Euler Hermes, credit insurance specialists, estimates that the Cuban economy could grow by 5 to 6% per year between 2016 and 2020, against an average of 2% over the last five years, reports Le Monde. Read More