HAVANA, June 23th   Cuba’s minister of energy and mining Livan Arronte, and the French Ambassador to Cuba, Read more

HAVANA, June 23th   If anyone decides to buy chicken or pork in Havana after reading this article, they could well spend the entire day going from one place to the next without finding it. Read more

HAVANA, June 23th In recent days, blackouts have exceeded twelve hours in the interior of the country. Such a serious situation had not been experienced since the mid-1990s. Read more

HAVANA, June 22nd  Olga Lidia Lahera lives with her daughter and two granddaughters in a tiny 15-square-meter (160-square-foot) apartment with peeling plaster Read more

HAVANA, Jun 22 (Prensa Latina) Renowned Cuban musicians are combining their talent to give life to the first world feeling festival, which under the title Bohemia Mía will take place in this capital until June 23.
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HAVANA, 21 Juin  In Cuba, businesses with emerging private initiatives are looking at ways to enhance food production and promote a healthy diet through environmentally friendly agriculture.

HAVANA, June 21st   Dissatisfaction of the Cuban people is widespread. Thousands of complaints on social media prove that the Cuban Government isn’t making any effort to resolve its citizen’s most basic and pressing needs. Read more

HAVANA, June 20th Those of you who surmised that Tokyo 2020 lightweight gold medalist Andy Cruz getting yanked from his pro debut for “attitude” Read more

HAVANA, June 20th   This week we have drawn on the annoying blackouts taking place in Cuba and some occurrences related to this situation. Read more

HAVANA, June 19  A passenger plane bound for Varadero resumed its flight to Cuba this Saturday after being forced to return to the Lisbon airport due to a landing gear failure, which did not reach the emergency category. Read more

HAVANA, June 19th Dozens of Cubans made long lines from dawn this Saturday to buy tickets for the concert by singer-songwriter Pablo Milanés, Read more

HAVANA, June 19th  The Consulate of Spain in Cuba reported this Friday that as of July 1 it will begin to charge for its consular services in euros, only in cash and with the exact amount. Read more

HAVANA, June 19th  I have listened patiently, even with due respect, to Miguel Díaz-Canel’s presentation this Thursday, Read more

HAVANA, June 18th  This Thursday in St. Petersburg, leaders of the central banks of Cuba and Venezuela advocated the acceleration of procedures for the use of Russian MIR bank cards Read more

HAVANA, June 17th 2,030 million euros, the debt From Havana with Madrid. This is a statistic that the Pedro Sanchez government has yet to disclose, but has no choice but to answer citizens’ questions Read more

HAVANA, June 17th “Gasoline? Can you imagine that we’ve been struggling to find it for 50 years. I don’t want to hear about it anymore, or smell it!” Read more

HAVANA, June 17th (Reuters) Cuban Miguel Palenzuela, 52, and his wife Ania have been waiting for a month outside Colombia’s embassy in Havana in hopes of securing a visa to travel through the South American nation. Read more

HAVANA, June 16th Cuban businessmen are interested in expanding business and commercial relations in the Dominican Republic. Read more

HAVANA, June 16th (AFP) The death toll from an explosion at a luxury hotel in Havana in early May has risen to 47, after a hospitalized woman succumbed to her injuries, the Cuban government said on Wednesday. Read more

HAVANA, June 16th  Plans by charter carrier World Atlantic Airlines to wet-lease an Icelandair Boeing 757-200 to fly seasonal services between the US and Cuba this Read more

HAVANA, June 15th  Cuba, once legendary for its sugar cane, produced only about half the sugar it had hoped to this season, Read more

HAVANA, June 14th The Cuban Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MINREX) affirmed this Saturday that it is “maintaining communication” Read more

HAVANA, June 14th  The Government of Cuba has granted approval to Suriname Fly All Ways Airlines to fly a non-stop route, Georgetown/Havana/Georgetown, with effect from June 15, 2022. Read more

HAVANA, June 13th  (Reuters) – Cuba said on Monday it has sanctioned 381 people, including 16 young people between the ages of 16 and 18, Read more

HAVANA, June 13th  Air Transat is relaunching its Havana service for the upcoming winter tourist season,  Havana Live has learned. Read more

HAVANA, June 12 Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a law that will allow him to postpone the payment of Cuba’s debt, a country that has received loans since 2006 for an amount equivalent to $2.3 billion dollars. Read more

HAVANA, June 10th The restaurant-bar El Floridita, considered the most emblematic in Cuba, was included among the 50 best bars in North America and the Caribbean, a renowned list recently made public in New York City. Read more

HAVANA, June 10th For more than two weeks in a row,  this Wednesday the Cuban peso has gone up in the informal market after Washington’s announcement that it would eliminate the limits on remittances, Read more

HAVANA, Jun 10th   (Prensa Latina) Cuba is today under the influence of a Sahara dust cloud, whose advance over the Caribbean Sea with scattered high cloudiness, keeps the sky whitish in the Cuban capital and other areas. Read more