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March 18th, 2019

Photos and video of young Cubans dancing 'twerking', published by Canadian businessman, unleashes the controversy on Twitter

Canadian-Antiguan entrepreneur Calvin Ayre (May 25, 1961), an advocate of cryptocurrency Bitcoin SV, has uncovered this week the pot of thunder by sharing on Twitter a party with Cuban dancers, adolescent-looking, dancing twerking. Read More

Panama establishes Stamped Visa requirements for Cubans with tourism card

The Government of Panama authorized, as of this Saturday, the Stamped Visa for those Cubans with a tourism card. Read More

March 15th

EDITORIAL: The only Cuban press that deserves applause does not appear on television

Few absurdities of Cuban invoice compete in magnitude and degradation with the spectacle that we attended on Thursday, March 14: the Cuban press publicly celebrates its day, and does so with an impudence that provokes disbelief and indignation in equal parts. Read More

Díaz-Canel checks the quality of export shrimp in Santiago de Cuba

While basic food is scarce in the country, the Cuban leader Miguel Díaz-Canel has visited a center of the state fishing company of Santiago de Cuba (PESCASAN), where prawns are produced for export. Read More

Cuba concludes the investigation of the plane crash of the Boeing 737 of Global Air in Havana

Cuba has concluded the investigation into the plane crash of the Boeing 737-200 of Global Air, rented by Cubana de Aviación, which occurred last May in Havana, as explained on state television of the island. Read More

Díaz-Canel congratulates Cuban journalists and rains criticism on Twitter

A little more than five months after his arrival on Twitter, one of the specialties of Miguel Díaz-Canel in that social network is the congratulations section, so this March 14, day of the Cuban Press, he has not hesitated to begin the day celebrating the anniversary. Read More

Government of Cuba says it is working on measures for Customs to stop entry of merchandise that goes to the black market

The first vice president of the Councils of State and Ministers of Cuba, Salvador Valdés Mesa, said this Thursday in Santiago that the Executive is working "to carry out measures to stop the importation of merchandise of a non-commercial nature in order that the people can meet those needs within the country. " Read More

This way, Etecsa decongests wifi in Holguín

The Cuban telecommunications monopoly, Etecsa, must conclude this Friday the assembly of 20 microradiobases in Wi-Fi zones with high traffic in Holguin, with the aim of helping to decongest the network in the province, reported the newspaper Ahora. Read More

The taxi cabs in Havana, more problems than solutions for Cubans?

The discontent of the population with the recent experiment of the taxi taxis that the government of the capital has put into practice, led Cuban television to make a report on the subject. Read More

The UN donates almost 3 thousand mattresses to Cuba, after two months of the devastating tornado

After two months of the passage of the tornado that devastated several municipalities of Havana, the United Nations (UN) made a donation of nearly three thousand mattresses for the victims. Read More