HAVANA, Nov. 7th  (AFP) Cuba on Wednesday handed over to the United States an Interpol-sought American who had been avoiding justice in the neighboring Caribbean nation.
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HAVANA, Nov. 7th Cuban culture is known for its appreciation of the arts—and that extends to the individuals who create exhibitions and write about them.

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HAVANA, Nov. 7th (ACN) The Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) bid farewell to Miguel Diaz-Canel, President of Cuba’s Councils of State and Ministers, with an impressive spectacle of massive popular gymnastics, the Arirang celebration, Prensa Latina reported.

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HAVANA, Nov. 7th  (AP)  As a young dancer compared with ballet legends Vaslav Nijinsky and Mikhail Baryshnikov, Rolando Sarabia made headlines around the world when he abandoned Cuba in 2005 for a career in the United States.

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HAVANA, Nov. 6th CUBA has unveiled 525 projects in the 2018-2019 portfolio of foreign investment opportunities seeking total financing of over US$11.6 billion. Foreign trade and investments minister Rodrigo Malmierca says some 168 new projects linked to cattle farming, the food processing, light, chemical, and metallurgical industries, tourism, and mining have been added to the new portfolio.
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HAVANA, Nov. 6th Transfer of technology and important drugs from Indian entities to Cuba has been adversely impacted due to the decades-long US embargo on the Caribbean Island nation, according to a report by UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres.

Havana, Nov 5 (EFE).- A flamenco flashmob filled the heart of the Cuban capital over the weekend, thanks to Spain’s Antonio Gades Foundation, which took this traditional dance form into the streets of the city that the famous dancer loved and the country he called “his life’s port.”
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HAVANA, Nov. 5 The rally was dedicated to the 500th anniversary of the founding of the city of Havana, the 120th anniversary of the entry of the first automobile into Cuba, and the 15th anniversary of the “A lo cubano” Old Cars Club.
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HAVANA, Nov. 4th  (Reuters) Cuba’s economic growth will come in at around 1 percent this year, compared with the 2 percent previously forecast, due to a fall in exports and tourism revenue, state-run media reported over the weekend.

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HAVANA, Nov 4th (ACN) The company Suchel Camacho S.A. It produced a new aroma dedicated to the half millennium of the Villa de San Cristóbal, which has an attractive and elegant design that includes the image of the Giraldilla on the lid of the bottle.

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HAVANA, Nov. 3th The presidents of Russia and Cuba announced plans for expanding “strategic ties” between the two countries and urged the US to lift the blockade of Cuba.

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HAVANA, Nov. 2th (AP) The leaders of Russia and Cuba vowed Friday to expand what they called their “strategic” ties and urged the United States to lift its blockade of Cuba.
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HAVANA, N0v. 1th (Reuters) The United Nations General Assembly overwhelmingly adopted its 27th annual resolution calling for an end to the U.S. economic embargo on Cuba after a failed bid by Washington to amend the text to push Cuba to improve its human rights record.

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HAVANA,Oct. 31th Virgin Voyages announced Wednesday in Havana that the first destination for Richard Branson’s new cruise line will be Cuba.

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Havana, Oct 31th (PL) The National Ballet of Cuba (BNC) on Wednesday will open a season of the classic choreography ”Giselle”, in the framework of the 26th Alicia Alonso International Ballet Festival of Havana, during which tribute will be paid to that legendary artist.

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HAVANA, Oct. 30 (Xinhua)  Cuba’s special development zone of Mariel (ZEDM) has attracted record high foreign investment in 2018, drawing over 470 million U.S. dollars in new business ventures.

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HAVANA, Oct. 30 (DDC) Around 100 collector trucks for the collection of solid waste are being conditioned in Japan for shipment to Cuba in March 2019, as part of the ten million dollars that the Japanese government donated for the cleaning of Havana in the face of its 500 years.

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HAVANA, Oct. 30th The Russian government has granted Cuba a $50 million loan to buy Russian military equipment, just days before Cuba’s handpicked President Miguel Díaz-Canel is scheduled to meet with Vladimir Putin in Moscow.

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HAVANA, Oct. 30th Announcing Havana VIP Nightlife App. We are so proud and excited to announce our new App with detailed listings of Havana’s best places to eat and drink and weekly Havana Live entertainment listings based on our Havana nightlife pages here on our site.

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HAVANA, Oct. 29th Havana’s Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes (Cuban arts building) shines a light on 100 images taken by 50 Cuban photographers from 1895 to present.

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HAVANA, Oct. 29th Good and at the same time surprising news made the round toward the end of September. There were reports about Cuba and the United States creating a joint venture in the biotechnology sector called Innovative Immunotherapy Alliance. The company was to develop medication and therapies for cancer.

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HAVANA, Oct 28 (RHC) Sixty antique cars and 10 motorcycles will  participate on Sunday, November 4, the XIV Rally of Regularity, Castrol Cup, in greeting to the 500th anniversary of the founding of Havana, the 120th of the arrival of the first car to the Isla and the 15 of the club “A lo cubano”.

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HAVANA, Oct. 27th The growth of Cuba’s private sector may be one of the keys to rescuing the island’s sluggish economy, but tight government controls are funneling millions of dollars to other countries.

HAVANA, Oct. 26th(EFE)  The economic embargo imposed by the United States on Cuba makes it hard for farmers to keep up with market demands, forcing the island to rely on imported goods to feed its population.

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HAVANA, Oct. 25 (Reuters) Cuba paid the third installment of a renegotiated debt of US $ 2,600 million to 14 nations this week, diplomats said, and also signed 10 investment agreements as part of the first swap that it has signed since the 1959 Revolution.

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HAVANA, Oct. 25th  (Reuters) – Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez said on Wednesday the United States was on a path of confrontation amid signs Washington will further tighten decades-old sanctions on Cuba.

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HAVANA, Oct, 24th  (AFP) Sugar – it’s so quintessentially Cuban that even a young, machete-wielding Fidel Castro used to hack away at the cane stalks vital to the Caribbean island’s economy.

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HAVANA, Oct. 23th CEIBA Investments, a fund that owns stakes in hotels and commercial property across Cuba, said on Monday it raised $39 million on its first day of trading on the London Stock Exchange and will use the money to expand its business on the island.

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HAVANA, Oct. 23th Since the immigration reform came into effect in 2013, more than 40,000 Cubans residing abroad have asked for “repatriation” to the island, said diplomat Ernesto Soberón during a meeting with Cubans living in Europe over the weekend.

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HAVANA, Oct 23 (PL) Cuban tobacco industry spokespersons reported today that 350 people from 20 countries gathered in this capital from November 12 to 16, attracted by the Partagás cigar brand.

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