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Homage in Ecuador to Cuban doctors victims of quake

Cubans, Ecuadorians and diplomats paid homage in Quito to three Cuban doctors who lost their lives in the huge quake that hit part of the South American nation last Saturday. Read More

Canadian mother and son killed in 7.8-magnitude earthquake in Ecuador

A mother and her son, both Canadian citizens, died after the powerful earthquake that shook the Ecuadorian coast Saturday night. Read More

Cuba sends medical team to quake-affected area in Ecuador

The brigade includes specialists with the international Henry Reeve contingent and a rescue team. They were seen off by Health Minister Roberto Morales, who said they are taking first aid kits of disposable materials and pharmaceuticals, for a whole month of emergency work. Read More

Powerful earthquake hits Ecuador, over 200 people killed

A powerful, 7.8-magnitude earthquake shook Ecuador's central coast on Saturday, killing at least 41 people and spreading panic hundreds of kilometers (miles) away as it collapsed homes and buckled a major overpass. Read More

Customs of Cuba and Ecuador sign Memorandum of Understanding

The National Customs Service of Ecuador and the General Customs of Cuba signed in Quito on Monday a memorandum of understanding to strengthen cooperation and assistance between the two entities, Prensa Latina Agency reported. Read More

President Obama highlights Cuba role in Colombian peace talks

US President Barack Obama thanked the Cuban government for hosting the peace talks between the Colombian government and the Revolutionary Armed Forces guerrillas. Read More

Cuban community in Miami is ready to receive their fellow immigrants from Costa Rica

Members of the Cuban community in Miami have decided to receive the first group of Cubans who, after being stranded in Costa Rica for two months, have begin their route to the US and they are already going through Mexico. Read More

The new Guatemalan President will cooperate with Cubans stranded in Costa Rica

Guatemala's new president, Jimmy Morales said to his Costa Rican counterpart Luis Guillermo Solis that the Guatemalan government will work with the pilot of Costa Rica to resolve the crisis of Cuban migrants that the South American country is suffering. Read More

Cubans trying to reach US stuck in limbo in Central America

Thousands of Cubans trying to get to the US are stranded in Central America. Read More

Route of Cubans to leave Costa Rica

On December 28, after more than six weeks of a crisis that has brought thousands of Cubans to stay on Costa Rican soil, the country's Foreign Ministry issued an official statement announcing the agreement between Central American nations for the safe and ordered movement of Cuban migrants. Read More

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