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March 5th, 2019

Cuba: Where oil is not only what is lacking

In the offices where the mantle of mystery that covers the sleeping caiman is woven, ministers and subordinates, presidents and secretaries will turn their faces to the reality that they themselves have built with their inefficiency. Read More

March 4th

Anglada sets conditions to lead the Cuba team and supports that Cuban baseball players abroad can play

Anglada left an open door to the possibility of directing the Industrial team and Cuba. Read More

Díaz-Canel wants to know where the state fuel is going to stop

Visiting Mayabeque, Díaz-Canel identified the fundamental problems of the province that are very similar to those of the rest of the country: water supply, deterioration of roads and education and health infrastructures, chains of defaults and theft of fuel. Read More

Letter from a Cuban desperate to leave Cuba and reunite with his family in the United States.

"For what they want most, I hope my voice is heard and that someone cares about reuniting families, not about keeping them separated." Read More

Cuban journalist questions why in Havana they give 6 pounds of potatoes and in Oriente none

The complaint goes beyond productive results and agricultural inefficiency: it questions inequality when it comes to distributing what little there is. Read More

Cuba: Varadero is the second best beach in the world for 2019, according to TripAdvisor

The list is based on the quantity and quality of the comments and ratings on beaches collected from TripAdvisor users for twelve months. Read More

Diaz-Canel says he does not want party leaders who are "slow and sluggish"

In a speech of one hour, Diaz-Canel said that with the directors of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs it is necessary to have "exceptional demands". Read More

Díaz-Canel recognizes the shortage of basic food in Cuba

The governor admitted that vegetable oil, bread, eggs and chicken are missing on the island. Read More

Holguín: the province that most supported the "No" in the referendum of the Constitution in Cuba

14.4% of the people of Holguin who went to vote, opposed the constitutional text of the Government. They are closely followed by Guantanamorans (13.9%); residents in Las Tunas and Mayabeque (10.6% each) and Havana (10.1%). Read More