HAVANA, Sept. 28th  Cuba’s electrical grid collapsed late on Tuesday (Sep 28), local officials said, leaving the entire country in the dark shortly Read more

HAVANA, Sept. 27th  The referendum for the new Family Code resulted in 66.87% of the ballots in favor and 33% against, an “irreversible trend” Read more

HAVANA Sept 27 (Reuters)   The first strong winds ahead of Hurricane Ian began to pound Cuba’s south coast late on Monday as officials rushed Read more

HAVANA, Sept 26 (Reuters) – Tropical Storm Ian hurtled toward western Cuba on Sunday, prompting the government to evacuate tourists Read more

HAVANA, Sept. 24th United Airlines Holdings, Inc. UAL is looking forward to restarting flights to Cuba toward the end of 2022. Read more

HAVANA, Sept. 24th  Cuba is taking the Family Code, a legislative package that includes same-sex marriage and surrogacy, Read more

HAVANA, Sep 24th  (Prensa Latina) The International Festival of New Latin American Cinema convenes Cuban filmmakers and producers to participate Read more

HAVANA, Sept. 23th  The rhinos, giraffes, and lions that populate Cuba’s national zoo have long been a wonder for all, but for deaf Cubans like Tatiana Romero, Read more

HAVANA , Sept. 22th Forty people and forty identity cards, not one more. The crisis in the markets has made the leap to state cafeterias, Read more

HAVANA, Sept. 21st The United States embassy in Havana announced this Wednesday “the total resumption” of the delivery of visas for immigrants in Cuba as of 2023, Read more

HAVANA, 20 Sept. Saudi Arabia will fund a mosque in Cuba serving the island’s Muslim community, according to Havana’s envoy to Saudi Arabia. Read more

 HAVANA, Sept 20th (Reuters) – The Biden administration will expand U.S. flights to Havana, adding 13 weekly American Airlines (AAL.O) Read more

HAVANA, Sept. 20th   With the doors closed, the interior empty and a “For Sale” sign in the window, a private restaurant on Infanta Street, in Central Havana, Read more

HAVANA, Sept. 18  The Pan American Institute of Naval Engineering (IPIN) and its Cuba section will hold the 27th Pan American Congress of Naval Engineering, Read more

HAVANA, Sept. 18th Vladimir Putin may be bogged down in his war on Ukraine but some Russian citizens are doing just fine and planning to resume package tourism to Cuban resorts. Read more

HAVANA, Sept. 17th  The scarcity and high price of bread in Cuba are so evident that the official press once again dedicates ample space to the subject this Wednesday. Read more

HAVANA, Sept. 16th   The Cuban government intends to “incorporate” quail meat and eggs into the Cuban diet, according to official television on Monday. Read more

HAVANA, Sept. 15th A traveler from Colombia was detained by members of the  General Customs of the Republic of Cuba (AGR) at José Martí International Airport, Read more

HAVANA, Sept 15th (Reuters) A cargo of Russia’s flagship crude oil was heading to Cuba on Thursday, ship tracking data showed, Read more

HAVANA, Sept. 15th  The decision of the United States to require visas from Europeans who have previously visited the island will affect Cubans with dual nationality, Read more

HAVANA, Sept. 15th    Complaints on social media about the garbage crisis in the Cuban capital have grown exponentially since the beginning Read more

HAVANA, Sept. 13th   Rider Gonzalez, who runs a small cafe in Havana’s tourist center, faces a challenge every day in a country where staple foods in cafes, Read more

HAVANA, Sep 13  Starting today, Cuba has a zebrafish laboratory, which will contribute to further studies in the Caribbean country on ischemia, dementia, Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease. Read more

HAVANA, Sept. 13th   Under the concept of implementing a “modern, sustainable solution in keeping with the national situation and the area’s corrosive sea environment,” Read more

HAVANA, sept. 12th  There are many reasons you go to a park; sometimes, it’s to take a break from walking and to rest, while others go to feel connected to Nature, and find peace and harmony. Read more

HAVANA, Sept. 12th Although the Cuban government continues to invest millions of dollars in the construction of hotels on the island, the reality is that hotel occupancy is far from growing. Read more

HAVANA, Sept. 11th   The US embassy in Cuba warned on Sunday of the increase in surveillance in the Straits of Florida in the face of the unstoppable flow of people trying to reach the United States by that route. Read more

HAVANA, Sept. 10th Friday night likely saw the sale of the most expensive humidor ever sold at auction. Read more

HAVANA, Sept 9th  The United States embassy in Havana announced in a statement an increase in border patrols by land, air, and sea to stop the great wave of rafters migrating from Cuba to Florida. Read more