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First powerboat rally from Florida to Havana in 58 years

The first rally in 58 years of speedboats from Florida to Cuba will arrive tomorrow to the Bay of Havana, which will symbolize the revival of this nautical activity between the two countries. Read More

American transgender actress Candis Cayne in Cuba for LGBT event

Candis Cayne will travel to the country with Jessi Calzado’s travel company, Cuba Inspires, as their first LGBT ambassador to Cuba and to take part in the International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia. Read More

The US denies visa to Cuban entrepreneurs

Florida International University (FIU) has selected a group of 25 self-employed Cubans entrepreneurs to participate in training courses in business management and other subjects related to the management of private businesses, from next May 20. Read More

A brief history of Cuba and the US

Take just 6 minutes to learn 150 years of Cuban history with this gorgeous, insightful video. Read More

Maroon 5 could perform in Cuba soon

Cuba is still digesting two unexpected and sensational shows, the concerts of Major Lazer and The Rolling Stones, attended by almost half a million and 1.2 million people respectively. Read More

US scientists want to turn Guantanamo Bay into a research park

The US has made it clear that returning Guantanamo is not up for discussion, at least for now. But scientists have proposed a third option for the territory: turn Guantanamo Bay into a protected area for environmental research. Read More

A glimpse into Cuba

The US and Cuban governments are talking, and so is the world. But let´s forget politics for now. There´s a whole world beyond cigars, salsa, mojitos and the Malecon boardwalk. We are talking about artist, designers, doctors, athletes. Cuba is changing. Read More

Fidel Castro to Obama: We don’t need any presents from you

Cuban Revolution leader Fidel Castro responded Monday to US President Barack Obama's historic trip to the island with a long, bristling letter recounting the history of US aggression against Cuba, writing that "we don't need the empire to give us any presents." Read More

US First Lady Michelle Obama learns about Cuban education system

US First Lady Michelle Obama had a meeting this Monday morning with 10 young Cuban students where she learnt about educational experiences in Cuba, as part of the official visit to Cuba of President Barack Obama. Read More

President Obama and his family tour historical sites in Old Havana

President Barack Obama, his wife Michelle, and their two daughters toured historical sites in Old Havana, as part of the program of his official visit to Cuba, the first of an US sitting president in almost 90 years. Read More

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