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Shaquille O'Neal is in Havana

The once prominent American basketball player Shaquille O'Neal arrived in Havana on Saturday and shared with Cuban players, whom he conveyed his advice to be better on the court. Read More

US Small Business Administration Chief concludes visit to Cuba

The head of the US Small Business Administration (SBA) Maria Contreras-Sweet wound up a working visit to Cuba on Tuesday. Read More

American beer Miller Lite begins to be sold in Cuba

The famous American beer Miller Lite is recently being sold in some markets and private businesses in Havana. Read More

Orlando Florida: Westboro Baptist Church celebrates Orlando shooting

Westboro Baptist Church believes this was a message from God, and also that the mass shooting is "fair punishment for the Sodom of America!" Read More

Cuban flag flies at half-staff at the Embassy of Cuba in USA for Orlando

Cuban flag flies at half-staff at the Embassy of Cuba in the United States to honor the victims of Pulse Nightclub shooting in Orlando, Fla., considering the worst mass shooting in US history. Read More

Jake Agnar is in Cuba to rebuild Cuban Tennis Center

Jake Agna, a man who has spent 43 years teaching tennis, is in Cuba to help in the rebuild project of the National Tennis Center in Havana. Read More

Governor of Missouri: the embargo is a difficulty to establish solid business

Jeremiah W. Nixon, governor of the US state of Missouri, acknowledged that the persistence of the embargo imposed by the United States on Cuba is a difficulty to establish solid business. Read More

Cuban delegation starts visit to the US

A Cuban delegation headed by Agriculture Minister Gustavo Rodriguez will visit the United States on June 1-3, 2016, at the invitation of the Secretary of Agriculture, Thomas Vilsack. Read More

Cuban Diplomat Josefina Vidal presented with LASA Award

Josefina Vidal received in New York the LASA Award for her contribution to the new scenario of relations between Cuba and the U.S Read More

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