Stand out in Camagüey mveasures against the climate change

Adaptation measurements the climate change allow today a better environmental panorama to Camagüey, the most extensive province of Cuba, that shows advances after the step of the hurricaneIrma in September, 2017.

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Cuban President holds bilateral meetings with world leaders

The President of the Councils of State and Ministers of Cuba, Miguel Díaz-Canel, held several bilateral meetings with world leaders, as part of his collateral agenda of work in New York, where he attends the General Assembly of the United Nations.

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Cuba joins the campaign for World Alzheimer's Day

Cuba joins the international campaign for World Alzheimer's Day, which is celebrated every September 21 to raise awareness about dementia and challenge the stigma.

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Cuban FM receives U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee chairman

Bruno Rodriguez Parrilla, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Cuba, received on Wednesday in Havana, the Republican Senator from the State of Tennessee Robert Corker, Chairman of the Foreign Relations Committee of the U.S. Senate...

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Cuba announces advances in investigation of plane crash in Havana

Authorities of the Institute of Civil Aeronautics of Cuba reported on Wednesday that it has recovered almost all the information from the black boxes of the Boeing 737-200 that crashed in Havana last May 18.


Cuban and US Experts Exchange on the Alleged Sonic Incidents

Renowned Cuban experts met on Thursday with representatives of US scientific institutions to exchange on the alleged health incidents of US diplomats in Havana.


Cuban Diplomat Denounced New Media Campaign

The General Director of the US Division of the Cuban Foreign Ministry Carlos Fernandez de Cossio characterizes an article published by NBC in which it accuses Russia for the alleged incidents against US diplomats in Havana as ill-intended and without any basis.


Cuban tourism will close year with some 4.7 million visitors

Cuban Minister of Tourism Manuel Marrero reported the country will close the current year with some 4.75 million tourists, an amount that doesn’t fulfill forecasts, mainly due to restrictions to US travelers and the affectations of the 2017 hurricane.


Trump gives the go-ahead to the law which endorses blockade against Cuba for another year

The President of the United States, Donald Trump, renewed for another year the Trading with the Enemy Act, a 1917 charter which represents the basis of the economic blockade imposed against Cuba.