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Cuban judokas are training in Europe

The men’s and women’s Cuban judo teams are training in Europe as part of the preparation for the Pan American Games this July in Toronto, Canada, where they will compete with full teams. Read More

Iberia will resume today its flights to Cuba after two years

Iberia will resume today its flights to Havana (Cuba), suspended two years ago, a route that will have five weekly direct frequencies -Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Saturday and Sundays- from June. Read More

Iberia returns to Havana

Three years ago Iberia announced the suspension of its flights to Havana, along with other destinations also suspended. Read More

Air France incorporates new weekly flight to Havana

From October 2015, Air France will incorporate an additional flight (Wednesday) bound for Havana. With this new frequency, the airline offer increase to 11 flights per week in the winter of 2015, allowing the arrival of more visitors from France and Europe in general to the Cuban capital. Read More

Crowd greets opening of second edition of Detrás del Muro (Behind the Wall)

Hundreds of visitors passing through Havana attended on Sunday 24 to the official opening of the second edition of Behind the Wall, side event of the XII Havana Biennial, which until next June 22 will bring the art to the crowded space of the capital. Read More

Serbian President decorated Fidel before his departure from Cuba

"It was a great visit. I was with my friends, with the people who, as the Serbian one, appreciates their freedom", said last night President Tomislav Nikolic, at Jose Marti International Airport, at the end of his official three-day visit to the island. Read More

French company takes its first steps in Cuban Tourism

The French company Warwick International Hotels & Resorts (WIH) took its first steps in Cuban tourism with management and marketing contracts of Cayo Santa Maria Resort and Naviti Varadero Resort Warwick Hotels. Read More

President Hollande defends his meeting with Fidel Castro despite criticism

Under the fire of criticism in France from his opponents of UMP party, President Francois Hollande defended on Tuesday his meeting with Fidel Castro, ensuring that his intention "was not to give a blank check to anyone." Read More

Total and Cubapetroleo signed preliminary agreement for sale of oil products in Cuba

French oil group Total signed with the Cuban state company Cubapetroleo (Cupet) the extension of a preliminary agreement on their business of selling petroleum products, announced today a Total spokesman in Paris. Read More

François Hollande met with Fidel Castro

French President Francois Hollande, today held a meeting in Havana with Cuban leader Fidel Castro, during the historic visit of Gallic head of state to Cuba. Read More

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