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March 12th, 2019

"It's sad to think that I'll be a property owner only when my mom dies"

37 years old, Manuel is sure that "the housing deficit in Cuba will be resolved when the elderly pass away. The aging of the population will be what solves the problem of housing. As almost nobody stops today, there will be even empty houses. Read More

The US includes another 5 companies controlled by the Cuban military to the "restricted list"

The United States has included another 5 companies controlled by the Cuban military on Cuba's "restricted list," the State Department said in a statement Monday. Read More

March 11th

Juan Guaidó: "We have decreed no more oil shipments to Cuba"

The interim president of Venezuela, Juan Guaidó, has decreed the cessation of oil shipments made by the Government of Nicolás Maduro to Cuba, for which he has requested the help of the international community that supports and recognizes him. Read More

They fill with packages of croquettes the refrigerators of a store in Santiago to camouflage the scarcity and little variety

Since the opening of the shopping center La Plaza, originally called La Gran Piedra, in Santiago de Cuba, the controversies surrounding this installation have been continuous, beginning with the abrupt change of name and recently ending with the sale of products in a state of putrefaction. , the latter due to the sale of meatballs with mushrooms. Read More

Fighting and pushing to buy chicken in Guantánamo, Cuba

The tension that the lack of food in Cuba causes in its citizens has triggered fights and shoves in a store in Guantánamo to buy chicken. Read More

Work begins to bring water to Old Havana

The water supply in the municipality of La Habana Vieja, which has always been critical, should improve dramatically when it is finished building a 8.7 km conductor, reported the state newspaper Tribuna de La Habana. Read More

They force Jacob Forever to get off the stage during their concert at 8th Street in Miami

The Cuban singer Jacob Forever was one of the artists invited to the Festival of Calle Ocho in Miami, celebrated this Sunday, March 10, in the busy streets of the city of Florida. Read More

They deny him the punching license in Cuba for not being the owner of the house where he lives

Miguel Díaz-Canel government places on self-employed workers who want to apply for a license to enter the labor market. Read More

Pay with a card in Cuba, they charge you twice and an employee tells you that "you are traversed"

The payment with magnetic cards in Cuba is still an odyssey. There is still no adequate infrastructure or education based on payment with plastic money to support it. Read More

Shoot the crew of the airline Air Europa in Venezuela

A crew of the Spanish airline Air Europa was the victim of a firefight during the early hours of Sunday, when they tried to reach the hotel where they were staying in Caracas, Venezuela, after having landed in the territory, ABC newspaper reported. Read More