• Courier Services to Cuban Embassy in Austria Suspended

    HAVANA, Cuba, (acn).- The TNT Österreich Company, an Austrian subsidiary of TNT Express N.V. (Netherlands), has permanently suspended the international courier services normally offered to the Cuban embassy in
    Austria, the Cubaminrex Web site reported on Thursday.

  • Cuban baseball holds gala for national champions

    CIEGO DE AVILA, Cuba (acn).- The Award Gala of the 55th Cuban National Baseball Series was held tonight in Ciego de Avila, province that won for the second consecutive year the crown in the most popular sport of the country.

  • At Least 86 Cuban Athletes Classify for 2016 Olympics

    Havana, (Prensa Latina).- The recent classification of badmintonplayer Osleni Guerrero rose to 86 the number of Cuban athletes in 14 sports so far to take part in the 2016 Olympic Games, scheduled for Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on Aug.5-21.

  • Cuba appoints manager for baseball team to play in Can-Am League

    HAVANA, Cuba.- (acn) Coach Roger Machado will be the manager of the Cuban national team that will hold 18 games since next June 9th against teams from the Canadian-American (Can-Am) Baseball League.

  • Fidel Castro meets President of National Olympic Committees

    HAVANA, Cuba.- (acn) Cuban Revolution leader Fidel Castro met on Monday with the President of the Association of National Olympic Committees (ACNO) His Highness Prince Ahmad Al-Fahad Al-Sabah.

  • Cuban basketball women dream of being in Rio Olympics

    La Havana.- Returning to the Olympics 16 years later will be the goal of the Cuban women's basketball team that will seek in France, from June 13 to 19, the long-awaited ticket to the summer event of coming August in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

  • Cuba adopts new maritime regulations for its nationals

    Havana, Cuba, (acn) New migration regulations were published Friday on Granma newspaper lifting prohibitions on Cuban nationals to enter or exit the island by ship, which had been in force for years to prevent terrorist actions of which Cuba had for long been the target.