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Collapse in Calzada del Cerro and Boyeros leaves at least one dead

After five in the morning of Thursday, a two-story building collapsed in Havana, in which at least one person died. Read More

Officialist journalist says it is regrettable to see how a newspaper walks on one side and reality in Cuba on the other

The official journalist Luis Sexto has indicated in an interview to the state agency ACN that it is lamentable to see sometimes how a newspaper walks on one side and reality on the other; and "people realize because they are the ones who live". 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

US threatens to increase sanctions against Cuban military for supporting Maduro

The White House Security Adviser, John Bolton, threatened on Monday to tighten financial restrictions on military forces and intelligence services in Cuba Read More

Raw chicken breast and old clothes with "odd smell" in a famous Cuban state restaurant

The state gastronomy in Cuba continues showing signs of not being up to the self-employed business, becoming strong competitors. Read More

Cuban president Raul Castro sees off his Venezuelan counterpart after visit

Cuban President Raul Castro saw off his Venezuelan counterpart Nicolas Maduro this Sunday at the Havana´s Jose Marti International Airport. Read More

Cuba and Belarus sign Agreement on Economic Cooperation

The population of the coastal areas of the central Cuban province of Ciego de Avila affected by Hurricane Irma received, at subsidized prices, mattresses and kerosene stoves as an example that the Revolution will not leave anyone unprotected. Read More

Raul Castro sends message of condolences to Mexican President

Cuban president Raul Castro sent a message of condolences to his Mexican counterpart Enrique Peña Nieto for the victims and devastation caused by a strong earthquake on September 19. Read More

FIFA officials to visit Cuba

In order to diagnose how Cuban soccer is, a delegation from the International Federation of Football Associations (FIFA by its French acronym), related to its area of Development Project, will visit the Caribbean island for three days starting next Sunday. Read More

Trump considering closing US embassy in Cuba, according to Secretary of State

The Trump administration is considering closing the recently reopened US Embassy in Havana following a string of unexplained incidents harming the health of American diplomats in Cuba, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said on Sunday. Read More

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