• Obama urges US Congress to lift blockade of Cuba

    Havana, Cuba.- (acn) US President Barack Obama again and directly called on the US Congress onTuesday to lift the over-50-year economic, commercial and financial blockade of Cuba.

  • U.S. Secretary of Commerce Gauges Benefit of Ties with Cuba

    Havana.- The visit to Cuba of U.S. Secretary of Commerce, Penny Pritzker, concluded yesterday, showed the enormous opportunities for both countries in trade and investment, after the restoration of the diplomatic relations in July.

  • Fruitful return of Raúl Castro to USA

    Camagüey.- For most of the Cuban is was great to see returning Raúl Castro to the United States, after his first visit, 50 years ago, like young guerrilla, commander of the Rebellious Army who defeated the bloody dictatorship of Fulgencio Batista, now like president of the councils of the State and of the Ministers of the Republic of Cuba.

  • Information War Between Russia and the US on Syria

    Moscow.- Russian news media highlighted today that the discrepancies between the Kremlin and the White House on combating terrorism in Syria originate an information war with senior government figures as actors.

  • Outstanding Personalities to Join International Conference Against Blockade in Washington, DC in September

    Washington.- Important personalities from around the world will join the International Conference to be held in Washington, DC from September 16th to the 18th against the U.S. blockade of Cuba.

  • Blockade Prevents True Normalization of Cuba-USA Relations

    Managua.- The existence of economic blockade prevents the true normalization of relations between Cuba and the United States, Venezuela''s ambassador to Nicaragua, Javier Arrue, emphasized.

  • Cuba-US Diplomatic Relations Lead to New Stage of Rapprochement

    Washington.- The reestablishment of diplomatic relations between Cuba and the United States and the opening of embassies mark the beginning of a new process of dialogue to achieve normal ties, a complex path that both parties are willing to walk.

  • Cuba and the United States already have diplomatic relations

    Camagüey.- This July 20th is celebrated in Washington the ceremony that opens at embassy level the diplomatic relations between the United States and Cuba, after been interrupted for over 54 years, immediately after January 3rd, 1961 when the president of that time Dwight D. Eisenhower declared them broken.

  • Unforgettable sequels of the American blockade in Cuba

    Camagüey.- The Cuban economy of the Republic, specifically, before the triumph of the revolution, was no more than the result of the subjugation policy of the United States and the negative effects of the capitalist division of work for the semicolonial and dependent nations.

  • Cuba and U.S. to Re-establish Relations and Open Embassies on July 20th

    Havana.– Cuba and the United States will open embassies in each other's capitals on or after July 20th, Cuba's Foreign Ministry announced on Wednesday, citing decisions by Cuban President Raul Castro and U.S. President Barack Obama.

  • Exposed terrorists

    Camagüey.- Neither Fidel Castro nor Cuba were wrong when on October 6th, 1976 came to the island the sad news about the criminal demolition of the Cuban's plane in front of the coasts of Barbados. The killers did not conceal the macabre pleasure that reaped the life to 73 passengers, among them, 24 sportsmen of the juvenile national team of Fencing.

  • Removal of Cuba from List of Sponsors of Terrorism Makes Headlines Worldwide

    Washington.- The removal of Cuba from a U.S. list of nations that sponsor terrorism was among the most significant news in the United States and the world this week, making headlines in major publications in all five continents.

  • Cuba-U.S. Expect to Announce Embassy Openings Next Week

    Washington.- Cuba and the United States are expected to formally announce the re-opening of embassies in Havana and Washington, D.C. next week, sources close to negotiations told ABC News.

  • Cuba and US to Discuss Reestablishment of Relations

    Washington.- Delegations from Cuba and the United States are putting the finishing touches today on a new round of talks, scheduled for Thursday in this capital, to advance in the reestablishment of diplomatic ties.

  • New York Governor Considers Productive Visit to Cuba

    Havana.- Governor of New York State, Andrew Cuomo described today as productive and mutually advantageous his two-day visit to Cuba accompanied by some 20 businesspeople.

  • Other disappointments await for Roberta Jacobson

    Camagüey.- First, before the avalanche of condemnation and repudiation that came to her, the spokesmen of the North American government said that the Executive Decree of president Barack Obama declaring Venezuela a threat for the United States had been misinterpreted.

  • Havana and Washington Consider More Meetings on Human Rights

    Washington.- Cuba´s permanent representative in Geneva, ambassador Anayansi Rodriguez, said that the March 31 Cuba-US talks on human rights were held in the expected atmosphere of professionalism and respect and considered further meetings on the topic.