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August 22nd

Export index of Cuban charcoal increases

Some 165 600 tonnes of charcoal were exported by the Cuban agribusiness company Ceballos, the figure exceeds export rates of this product in a decade, official media announced on the island. Read More

Japanese tourists rush their trip to Havana

Japanese travel agencies are increasing their tourism to Cuba in response to growing demand generated by the rapprochement between the Caribbean country and the United States to normalize diplomatic relations. Read More

TS Danny: first hurricane of the 2015 season

The Cuban Meteorology Institute issued at 11 AM last Thursday the Tropical Hurricane Advisory 4 on Hurricane Danny. Read More

Olga Tanon will offer two concerts in Cuba

The prestigious Puerto Rican singer Olga Tanon will perform two free concerts in Cuba for next December, she announced through her social networks. Read More

August 20th

Five Cuban boxers qualified to World Cup

Cuba had a perfect day by reaching five seats from possible five in the first quarterfinal date of the world cup qualifying boxing tournament based in the Venezuelan state of Vargas. Read More

Report: US thaw catapult Cuba among most wanted travel destinations

Cuba is one of the world's most dramatic rise destinations in the interest of travelers, considering the different regions of the world, having ascended to the preference of Western Europeans and Americans from the thaw with the United States announced in December. Read More

Catholic Church of Cuba welcomes rapprochement with the US

The Catholic Church of Cuba feels "happy" with the rapprochement with the US and wants to collaborate so that both peoples can engage in the fullest possible way, while immersed in preparations for the visit of Pope Francis, starting right in one month. Read More

Former Bassist of US Band Ramones to Perform in Havana

Christopher Joseph Ward, ex-bassist of the mythical US punk rock band Ramones, will offer two concerts in Cuba as part of the Habanarte Festival to be held in this capital on September 3-13. Read More

Baleària will be the first to get Cuban permission for sea travel to US

Baleària shipping company, owned by Spanish Adolfo Utor and former Minister of Foreign Affairs Abel Matutes (1996-2000), will be the first to link Cuba and the United States, confirmed on Tuesday the Digital Confidential newspaper. Read More

US Government explores options for increasing trade, travel and flights to Cuba

The US government is exploring "various options" to increase the trade, travel and flights to Cuba in the process towards full bilateral normalization, said a spokesman for the White House. Read More