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Influence of recent political and economic changes in Cuban cuisine

Since the Cuban President Raul Castro introduced reforms in 2011, tourism is growing and - although the majority of Cubans still work for the state - it is now easier than ever for people to start their own businesses. Read More

Why Cuban cab drivers earn more than doctors

On his worst days, Rafa, a Cuban taxi driver, makes $60 from all his rides. A doctor in Cuba makes around $45 in a month. The colossal disparity between these two salaries is one of the many perplexing realities of the Cuban economy. Watch why the Cuban economy is so in this video. Read More

Conan Learns To Dance Cuban Rumba

Dancing is a huge part of Cuban culture, inspiring Conan to take an intensive lesson to master the erotic rumba. Read More

What Is Life Really Like In Cuba?

Get a picture of what the very basics of day-to-day life in Cuba and what it is like for the average person living there. Read More

Traffic accidents kill over 600 Cubans this year

Traffic accidents continued to claim lives in Cuba with a total of 615 by the end of October, an average of eight fatal victims in every 10 accidents, according to the Cuban Interior Ministry. Read More

Cubans living in Miami protested outside the Consulate of Nicaragua

Cubans living in Miami yesterday gathered in front of the Consulate of Nicaragua in that city, to demand that the Central American country allows the entry of more than 2,000 Cubans seeking to reach the United States. Read More

Cuban LGBT groups to Commission on Human Rights of the OAS

Cuban independent organizations LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender) today have a thematic hearing before the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights on the situation of human rights of LGBT people in Cuba. Read More

In 2050 Cuban population will be the ninth most elderly in the world

According to forecasts of the Center of Studies on Population and Development (CEPDE) of the National Bureau of Statistics and Information, in 2050, 33.2% of the Cuban population, about three million 598 thousand 782 people, will be 60 years or more. Read More

East Havana: advances in beaches rehabilitation project

Cuban state institutions develop a project to restore the dunes of the beaches of the east of Havana, published the international news agency IPS. Read More

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