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Cuban volleyball players detained in Finland for presumed crime

The Cuban Volleyball Federation issued a press release informing that during a recent stay in Tampere, Finland, six members of our delegation participating at the Second-level World League have been accused of a presumed crime. Read More

Cuban fishermen miraculously survived seven hours at sea after shark attack

A Grey Nurse Shark capsized a fishing boat with its three crewmen aboard when they harpooned it off Santiago de Cuba coast, and dragged the boat to open sea. Read More

Cuba and Vietnam to strengthen relations in construction

Cuban Construction Minister René Mesa and his counterpart Pham Hong Ha in Hanoi discussed the possibility of strengthening the relations in the field of construction, which is of paramount importance to Cuba in order to develop its infrastructure. Read More

Ben Rhodes says that the embargo will be lifted "sooner than people think"

Ben Rhodes, deputy national security adviser of President Barack Obama said at a forum on "cultural diplomacy" with Cuba held on Thursday June 9 at the Meridian International Center in Washington DC, that reopening of relations with Cuba is "irreversible”. Read More

Cuba reports 15th imported Zika case

Information note issued by the Ministry of Public Health concerning the fifteenth confirmed imported case of a patient with Zika virus Read More

Drought relief in Cuba after heavy rain

After months of severe drought, the 14 reservoirs in the western Cuban province of Artemisa are recovering their storage levels with the rains of recent days associated to tropical storm Colin. Read More

Western Union pioneers digital money transfer to Cuba

The Western Union Company today pioneered mobile and online money transfers to Cuba via the WU app and in the U.S., to move money into Cuba in minutes. Read More

Cuba: Official Mourning for death of Mohamed Abdelaziz

During the official mourning, the Lone Star Flag should be flown at half mast on public buildings and military institutions. Read More

Skateboarding in Cuba

Skateboarding has been a global phenomenon for decades and those who have fine-tuned their skills can earn millions from competitions and sponsorship deals. Read More

Improve levels of reservoirs and groundwater basins in Cuba

<span style="font-family: Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif; font-size: 10px; line-height: normal;">The reservoirs managed by the National Institute of Water Resources Cuba stored until 15 October, 65.8 percent of its total capacity to fill, local media reported Wednesday.</span> Read More

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