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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

Cubans are the kings of recycling

The shortage of products on the island, combined with the low salaries of the budgeted system and the poor implementation of forms of payment in the state sector, make the Cuban "on foot" become a magician to meet their needs basic Read More

The egg in Cuba, only by the notebook

The Minister of Economy of Cuba, Alejandro Gil Fernandez, has assured that the Government of the Island only has resources to sell eggs for the rationamieto notebook. This was explained at the meeting of provincial and municipal secretaries of the Communist Party and the presidents of municipalities and provinces throughout the country presided over this Wednesday by Raul Castro, according to Cubadebate. Read More

Cuban firefighter remembers the day he saved Maradona's life after a crash at the exit of Varadero

A Cuban firefighter has revealed to Juventud Rebelde newspaper that he once saved Argentine footballer Diego Armando Maradona, who hit his car against another vehicle, back from Varadero. Read More

What changes to enter the University in Cuba this year?

The entrance exams to Higher Education in Cuba will begin. This theme was the central axis of the last program of the Round Table, transmitted by the state channels of the Government of the Island. Read More

Etecsa will establish 00 as an international access code to Cuba as of May 25

The telecommunications monopoly of Cuba, Etecsa, has reported that from next May 25 the access code to call abroad directly will be 00, and to do so through the operator will be 012, revealed the station Radio Ciudad del Mar. 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

So are the queues to buy eggs in Havana

The shortage of basic foods in Cuba forces its citizens to arm themselves with patience and endure immense queues to buy eggs or any other product. Read More

The Cuban friend of Maradona speaks: In Las Praderas hospital "there was alcohol, drugs, everything"

As a result of the news of the alleged three children that Diergo Armando Maradona has in Cuba, many other stories have come out and testimony of the former soccer player during his stay on the island, when he went to recover from his addiction to drugs at Las Praderas hospital . Read More

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