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Government of Cuba says it is working on measures for Customs to stop entry of merchandise that goes to the black market

The first vice president of the Councils of State and Ministers of Cuba, Salvador Valdés Mesa, said this Thursday in Santiago that the Executive is working "to carry out measures to stop the importation of merchandise of a non-commercial nature in order that the people can meet those needs within the country. " Read More

The taxi cabs in Havana, more problems than solutions for Cubans?

The discontent of the population with the recent experiment of the taxi taxis that the government of the capital has put into practice, led Cuban television to make a report on the subject. Read More

They kidnap four Cuban migrants in the Mexican state of Tamaulipas

Four Cubans were kidnapped in the state of Tamaulipas (Mexico), according to the newspaper El Universal. Read More

The United States accuses the government of Diaz-Canel of violating human rights with "impunity"

In the report on human rights 2018 issued on Wednesday, the United States blamed the Cuban government for "the majority of human rights abuses in Cuba," and said that "impunity" for these violations is widespread. Read More

Marco Rubio and Bob Menéndez seek to prohibit the US from recognizing brands expropriated by Cuba

Republican senator Marco Rubio and Democrat Bob Menéndez announced Thursday a new bill that seeks to ignore Cuban trademarks in the United States, expropriated after the Revolution of Fidel Castro, Efe reported. Read More

Rescue 26 Cubans in a raft on the verge of shipwreck in the Florida Keys

The US Coast Guard rescued 26 Cubans in a raft that was about to be shipwrecked in the South Florida Keys. Read More

United States warns those who facilitate the shipment of Venezuelan oil to Cuba

The White House National Security Advisor, John Bolton, sent a message to the companies not to facilitate the shipment of Venezuelan oil to Cuba. 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

Cuba, on the verge of a mass exodus of rafters

Tens of thousands of Cubans are looking for the possibility of emigrating from the island due to the resurgence of the economic crisis in the last month. According to the ABC newspaper, Cuba is on the verge of a mass exodus. Read More

Omara Ruiz Urquiola announces that there are already medicines for all in the oncology of Havana: "We beat them"

Omara Ruiz Urquiola announced on Monday in their social networks that there is already medicine "for all" in the oncology of Havana, after their complaints last week. Read More

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