HAVANA, Sept. 19th Some 40 Canadian and U.S. diplomats and their families mysteriously fell ill while stationed in Cuba .

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HAVANA, Sept. 18th (Oncuba) A city as large as Havana, with 716,000 homes and five centuries of history in tow should have a housing policy that addresses its characteristics.

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HAVANA,Sep 18th  (PL) The XI Varadero Gourmet International Festival, which seeks to position Cuba as a quality destination for bar and restaurant services, begins this Wednesday in this Cuban seaside resort.

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HAVANA, Sept. 17th In an attempt to control the Giant African Snail plague, the Cuban government convened a day of volunteer work from September 23 to 28 in Havana’s 105 People’s Councils.

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HAVANA, Sept. 17th Over the past few years, U.S. policy toward Cuba has been a series of unilateral actions that have had severe impacts on the Cuban economy and undermined its emergent private sector, without any apparent benefits to the U.S.

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HAVANA, Sept. 16th Cuban President Miguel Díaz-Canel officially opened yesterday the Meliá Varadero Internacional Hotel.

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HAVANA, Sept. 16th The application of this policy for almost 60 years has been reinforced by other regulations such as the Torricelli and the Helms-Burton Laws.

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HAVANA, Sept. 15th (HT) The country’s economy continues to set the pace for some of the most intense debates currently taking place on the Island. Since 2016, economic growth has slowed significantly:

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HAVANA, Sept. 14th The Teccomp Caribe S.A. enterprise will manufacture fiberglass bars and meshes and will be based in the Mariel Special Development Zone.

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HAVANA, Sept. 14th Given the low availability of diesel, a situation that the government has said is “temporary,” it was “necessary” to develop “a set of priorities in public transportation services,”

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HAVANA, Sept. 13th  (Reuters) – Cubans queued for hours for public transport on Friday at peak times in Havana, sweating in the heavy heat, while queues at gas stations snaked several blocks long, as a fuel.. Read more

HAVANA, Sept 13th (Reuters)  Jason Sanchez, 35, was able to start buying spare parts online last year for his cellphone repair shop in Havana thanks to the advent of cryptocurrency trading in Cuba.

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HAVANA, Sept. 13th. These days the former Convent of Santa Clara, located in Old Havana, is going through an in-depth process of restoration to reopen its doors as the Santa Clara School,

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HAVANA, Sept. 12th (AFP) – The Cuban government on Wednesday denounced the suspension of multiple official media Twitter accounts during a live TV address by President Miguel Diaz-Canel about the island’s fuel shortage.

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HAVANA, Sept 12 (Reuters) – Cuba must implement emergency measures to stave off an acute fuel shortage in September caused by the Trump administration’s “perverse” efforts to block oil shipments to the country, Read more

HAVANA, Sept.11th (REUTERS) The European Union is committed to helping Cuba develop its economy, EU foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini said on Monday (9 September), during a three-day trip to Havana, Read more

HAVANA, Sept. 9th  Everyone who loves the Afro style in Cuba now has a shop for every idea. Beyond Roots is the name of the establishment located in Old Havana that has just been opened this weekend.

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HAVANA, Sept. 8 (Xinhua) Bonsai clubs have sprouted throughout Cuba, bringing together fans of the ancient Chinese horticultural art form in the cities of Matanzas, Ciego de Avila, Holguin, Santiago de Cuba and in the capital Havana.

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HAVANA, Sep 8 (EFE) .- Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodríguez, and the EU’s top representative for Foreign Policy, Federica Mogherini, met this Sunday in Havana …

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HAVANA, Sept. 7 Cuba was the first country in Latin America to use trains, part of a modernization project led by Creole sacral democracy.

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HAVANA, Sept. 6th The Trump administration has unveiled restrictions limiting the amount of money Cuban Americans can send to family in Cuba and prohibiting remittances to certain government officials and members of the Communist Party.

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HAVANA, Sept. 6th  Immigration officials deported 120 Cubans on a single flight last week as part of one of its “largest” Cuba repatriation missions in recent history.

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HAVANA, Sept 5th A Business Forum that seeks to promote business exchange and the assessment of joint projects in the IT and communications sector began this Wednesday in Havana.

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HAVANA, Sept. 5th  Law firm Garrigues advised Spanish hotel chain Meliá on its successful court case against the Sánchez-Hill family, which had claimed it was owed €10 million by Melia as a result of a land dispute in Cuba.

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HAVANA, Sept. 4  Mistress of Fidel Castro at age 19, Marita Lorenz was “returned” by the CIA for the murder. Deceased at the age of 80, she told us about this extravagant adventure.

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HAVANA, Sep 4th (PL) On September 9, the 2nd EU-Cuba Joint Council will be held in Havana, Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez recalled this Tuesday on Twitter.

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HAVANA, Sept. 1th The American pop band Backstreet Boys announced this week in an interview offered to the IHeartRadio program its interest in offering a concert in Cuba.

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HAVANA, 1 Sept. The movie “Wasp Network” (wasp network), which tells how the 5 Cuban spies infiltrated anti-Castro groups in the US, has parts filmed in Cuba…

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HAVANA, Aug. 31th (Reuters) Cuba unveiled tighter regulations on non-agricultural cooperatives on Friday, including curbs on their prices, in keeping with a broader push to increase control of the growing non-state sector. Read more

HAVANA, August 31th A group of restoration experts from Russia has completed the work to restore the gold cover, decorating the dome of the National Capitol Building in Cuba’s capital Havana, a TASS correspondent reported. Read more