HAVANA, Sep 18th (PL) The 22nd edition of Meetings and Incentive Travel Market of the Americas (MITM Americas) opened on Tuesday in Havana as an additional opportunity for Cuban tourism, in the sector of travel to congresses, meetings and incentives.

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HAVANA, sept. 17th Cubans are debating a constitutional reform that, among other legal changes, would open the door to gay marriage. It would also prohibit discrimination against people based on sex, gender, sexual orientation and gender identity in the communist nation.

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HAVANA, sept. 17th With its tropical beaches and rolling hills, spotted with tobacco plantations and pine forest, Cuba might not be the first place that comes to mind when you think of degraded land. But behind the tourist idyll lies a grimmer reality.

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HAVANA, sept. 17th  (Reuters) – Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel said in his first interview since taking office in April his government could not talk with U.S. President Donald Trump as long as Trump’s administration kept its “abnormal” attitude toward  Cuba.

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HAVANA, Sep 16 (IPS)   If you enjoy a good daily shower and water comes out every time you turn on the taps in your home, you should feel privileged. There are places in the world where this vital resource for life is becoming scarcer by the day and the forecasts for the future are grim.

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HAVANA, sept. 16th (By Richard Potts)   I have bared witness to this unique ritual ever since I was a child, when I used to go out with my uncle and my father, normally on our Sunday walks from our family home in Central Havana to Galiano Street,

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HAVANA, sept. 15th. Last year, Cuban golfer Annia Blanco was the winner in the women’s section of the XVI Tournament “Hispanic Day” that took place in the Varadero Golf Club. The event was attended by an important representation of golfers from Latin America.

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HAVANA, sept. 15th The Austrian brewery-brewery Salm began its testing period in Trinidad (Sancti Spíritus) this Friday. It will produce light, medium and dark beers and malt.

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HAVANA, sept. 15th The story of the five Cuban spies who spent years in U.S. prisons is headed to the big screen – twice. Canada’s Pictou Twist Pictures and Picture Plant have joined the Cuban Institute for the Cinema Art and Industry (ICAIC) to film “Los Cinco” (The Five).

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HAVANA, sept 14th  Within the approaches made by the population in the debates of the Constitution Project of  Cuba, we have heard more than one of the participants advocate for a law for the protection of animals,

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HAVANA, sept 14th (AP) As American authorities search for answers into mysterious “health attacks” that began two years ago in Havana, U.S. and Cuban officials were renewing efforts to determine the method and motive behind incidents that have left some diplomats with brain injuries.

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HAVANA, Sep 12th (RHC) An exhibition of Alberto Korda’s heritage in homage to the 90th anniversary of his birth will be opened on September 14 at the Fototeca de Cuba, located in Havana.

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HAVANA, sept. 12th In Cuba, female bartenders break convention to benefit from the growing tourism industry, grabbing job opportunities that have come in the last five years with the opening of new private businesses.

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HAVANA, Sep 12 (PL) The screening of the film ”Salon Mexico” (1948) opens today in Cuba an exhibition of newly restored classic Mexican cinema.

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HAVANA,Sep 11th (PL) 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 Read more

HAVANA, Sept. 11th Yuli’s trailer, the movie that tells the life of Cuban dancer Carlos Acosta, is already published. This will become the letter of the Spanish filmmaker Icíar Bollaín to aspire to the Concha de Oro of the 66th San Sebastian Read more

HAVANA, Sep 11th (PL) Some 400 experts from Panama, Mexico, Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, Cuba and other countries, start here today the Forum on Latin American and Caribbean Economy before the new international Read more

HAVANA, Sept. 11th (Reuters) – Russia is the main suspect in U.S. agencies’ investigation of mysterious illnesses in American personnel in Cuba and China, NBC News reported on Tuesday.

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HAVANA, Sept.10th (HT) The day half of the Cuban population, especially teenagers and young people, have been waiting for finally came.

Free Internet is now a reality in Cuba. At home, at the hospital, workplace or school, bus Read more

 

HAVANA, Sept. 10th The United States Department of Transportation (DOT) announced Friday that it had tentatively approved Southwest Airlines’ proposal to add a new weekly flight to Cuba.

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HAVANA, Sept. 10th Insularity is the only common feature that Cuba and Japan seem to share, a distance that does not discourage the hundreds of Cuban “otakus”, Japanese manga and anime fans, gathered last weekend in Havana to celebrate the culture of a Exotic country who dream of Read more

HAVANA, Sep 9 (PL) The cultures of Cuba and Mexico will converge from September 11 to 15 during the Fiestas Patrias (National Holidays) of the Aztec nation, to be hosted by Tryp Read more

Blind Cuban theater group proves disability can not dim talentHAVANA, Sept. 8 (Xinhua) Groundbreaking Cuban theater group, “Without a Cane,” woos crowds and critics alike by showing that talent and will can overcome any challenge.

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HAVANA Sep 8th (ACN) The school ship BE-01Cuauhtémoc, from the Navy of the United Mexican States, anchored today at the International Wharf of the Revolutionary Navy Read more

 Saharan Dust hinders hurricanes, stirs up allergies: Cuban expertHAVANA, Sept. 8 (Xinhua)   Each year Saharan Dust moves westward, causing health problems among Cuba’s allergy and asthma sufferers, but also hindering Atlantic hurricanes, according to Cuba’s Institute of Meteorology (Insmet).

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Iberostar Grand Packard ready for an earlier-than-expected debutHAVANA, sept. 6th Originally set to open this November, Havana’s Iberostar Grand Packard will make its debut two months ahead of schedule, with full operations starting Sept. Read more

HAVANA, 6 sept. A two-story, six-bedroom house in Santa Fe, a coastal area west of Havana, sells for $ 1.5 million. Another house “capitalist luxury of the 50s in the best area of ​​Miramar”, another exclusive neighborhood of the capital, is Read more

HAVANA, Sept. 5th (Reuters) – Cubans use them to fish, ferment wine, fix punctures or tie up hair; latex condoms have become the ultimate multipurpose tool on the island where shortages of basic goods have forced locals to become masters of invention.

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HAVANA, Sep 4th Cuban and Dominican Republic officials gather today here for the realization of favorable mechanisms to achieve a regular, orderly and safe migration in the context of the tenth round of bilateral talks Read more

HAVANA, Sept. 4th The US embargo on Cuba hinders productivity in every sector of the island’s economy, but beekeepers in Cuba have turned to traditional methods of Read more