U.S., Cuba Continue Air Disaster Investigations

Investigations into the causes of the May 18 air disaster in Havana are continuing today in Cuba and the United States, where the two black boxes of the Boeing 737-200 were moved.

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US Republican Senator Jeff Flake Confirms that It’s Safe to Travel to Cuba

Republican Senator Jeff Flake highlighted on Monday in Havana that traveling to Cuba is safe in a clear message for those that have wanted to impede US travelers to visit the Caribbean island.

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Climate Change Affected the Current Sugar Harvest in Cuba

The AZCUBA Sugar Group announced on Monday in Havana that the 2017-2018 harvest has concluded ahead of time due to the intense drought during the last two years, too much rain since last September with Hurricane Irma and the recent precipitations.

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Cuban researchers will analyze U.S.-Cuba relations

Several dozen Cuban researchers and professors will debate for two days at the 2018 Conference on Hemispheric and U.S. Studies on relations between Cuba and the United States, in the context of the current international situation.

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Cuba: National Assembly of People's Power Committees in session

The 10 standing commissions of the National Assembly of People's Power began their sessions at the Havana Convention Center, where the evaluation of the results of the previous Legislature is the first item on the day's agenda.


Raul Castro to Head Commission for Constitutional Reforms

The President of the Council of State and Ministers Miguel Diaz-Canel Bermudez announced on Saturday in Havana that the First Secretary of the Cuban Communist Party, Army General Raul Castro Ruz will head the commission of deputies that will elaborate and present a draft of the Constitution of the Republic.


Humanitarian aid of Venezuela receives Cuba

A shipment of 12 tons of humanitarian aid proceeding from the Republic Bolivariana of Venezuela came yesterday evening to this capital, to help to relieve the damages caused by the intense rains that flogged Cuba recently.


Cuba and the United States resume exchanged bilateral postcard

The Managerial Group Post office of Cuba and the Postal Service of the United States agreed to implement of permanent form, in direct flights, the exchange of the postal mail between both countries.


 Cuba´s president Miguel Diaz-Canel paid tribute today in Caracas to Simon Bolivar as part of his official visit to Venezuela.

Cuba´s president Miguel Diaz-Canel paid tribute today in Caracas to Simon Bolivar as part of his official visit to Venezuela.