HAVANA, Oct. 21st Cuba has set ambitious goals for the winter and is also relying heavily on the German market. Ambassador Juana Martínez González and Embassy Read more

HAVANA, Oct. 21st. The transition process to terrestrial digital television (DTV) in Cuba began almost a decade ago. According to the original timeline, Read more

HAVANA, Oct 19  Cuba on Wednesday said the decades-old U.S. trade embargo has been causing record financial losses and untold human suffering in recent months, Read more

HAVANA, Oct. 19th Pernod Ricard has released 1,000 bottles of a Havana Club expression in honour of the Cuban brand’s late rum maker. Havana Club Don Navarro is limited to 1,000 bottles. Read more

HAVANA, Oct. 19th The United States will provide $2 million in funding for emergency relief in Cuba, the State Department announced Tuesday, Read more

HAVANA, Oct 19 (Reuters)  The U.S. Transportation Department (USDOT) on Tuesday said it would allow Delta Air Lines (DAL.N) and United Airlines (UAL.O) Read more

HAVANA — Every recess, Gabriela Alfonso Cabrera would watch the boys play soccer out of the corner of her eye. Read more

HAVANA, Oct 17 (Reuters) – Cuba´s government replaced its energy and mines minister with Vicente de la O Levy, head of the state-run electronics company, Read more

HAVANA, Oct. 17th  Blue Diamond Resorts in Cuba continues to expand in Havana, with the addition of Mystique Regis Habana by Royalton, Read more

HAVANA, Oct. 15th The national production of cement at the end of 2021 in Cuba had results lower than those of 1959; 83,000 tons (t) of a plan of only 560,000 were not fulfilled, Read more

HAVANA, Oct 14 (Prensa Latina) Through the promotional campaign of its 43rd edition, the International Festival of New Latin American Cinema today bet Read more

HAVANA, Oct. 14th  Havana cafeteria owner Claudia Ramirez likens the Cuban peso to a piece of chocolate in hand on a hot day. Read more

HAVANA, Oct. 14th Exclusive, expensive and accessible only to those who beat the queue, the El Biky Havana candy store is immune to any crisis. Read more

HAVANA, Oct. 13th   “Everybody out on the street, that’s what we need to do,” you can hear a man say in one of the videos about the protest in Arroyo Naranjo. Read more

HAVANA, Oct. 12th   On October 4-6, the Transport and Logistics Fair 2022 was held at the Pabexpo fairgrounds in Havana. Sponsored by the Cuban Ministry of Transport, Read more

HAVANA, Oct. 11th  Before the end of the year, the capital will have a public bicycle system at a pilot level, originating from the Technological University of Havana, Read more

HAVANA, Oct. 11. The national trains in Cuba have a new departure schedule from Monday, October 10 in order to make better use of the fleet of active equipment, informed authorities of the sector in the country. Read more

HAVANA, Oct. 11th In Cuba, for a long time, understanding “long” by the literal meaning of the word, small and medium-sized enterprises were frozen in time. Read more

HAVANA, Oct. 11th First, they defied the male dominion over the Afro-Cuban Santeria religion by being secretly ordained. Read more

HAVANA, Oct. 8  Cuban environmentalist Marlon Suarez is planting new trees across the Arroyo Naranjo district on the outskirts of the capital city Havana. Read more

HAVANA, Oct. 9th Cuban and United States companies have signed an agreement to facilitate the transportation of parcels from that country to the island Read more

HAVANA, Oct. 8th The Mexican ultra-low-cost carrier Viva Aerobus has launched a new international route this week, connecting Mérida International Airport Read more

HAVANA, Oct. 8th A new mobile application (apk) for the Android platform was shown by Cuban authorities during the International Transport and Logistics Fair in Havana. Read more

HAVANA, Oct. 8th. Biden has granted a special permit to a Maryland company to export electric motorcycles and small motorcycles to Cuba on the condition that they are used by Cuban citizens for their personal transportation. Read more

HAVANA, Oct. 7th  Cuban airport operator Ecasa has confirmed that Air Serbia has initiated talks over the introduction of flights between Belgrade and Havana.
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HAVANA, Oct. 7th  As Hurricane Ian passed through western Cuba it caused the total collapse of 38 homes in Havana, while another 138 suffered partial damage, according to the capital’s government this Tuesday.

According to a report by the local newspaper Tribuna de La Habana, a total of 1,227 dwellings were affected by the atmospheric phenomenon, while the TV channel Canal Habana disclosed on its Facebook profile that, after the survey carried out, there were 175 in the city with the total collapse of roofs. Another 815 partially lost their roofs.

The Havana government reported that state enterprises would be committed to repairing 729 of these homes, while the recovery of more than 500 would be assumed by their owners with their own efforts.

The directors of the Electricity Enterprise of Havana assured that 13 municipalities are already normalized, which represented that more than 99% of the clients had service. In the Boyeros and La Lisa municipalities, work was being done to close the circuits that remained open.

Regarding the water supply, the authorities of the capital reported that 98% of the pumping equipment was active and that the number of people who must be supplied with tank trucks was reduced from 11,000 to 7,000, according to Tribuna.

The housing fund and the electrical infrastructure were the most affected by the hydrometeorological event that crossed the western province of Pinar del Río a week ago from south to north, leaving three people dead and severe material damage also in nearby territories such as Artemisa, Havana and Mayabeque.

The number of deaths later increased to five with the death in the capital of two workers from the Electricity Conglomerate (UNE), who suffered accidents while participating in the work of recovering from the damage caused by the hurricane.

Indirectly and according to the official version, the hurricane caused the collapse of the National Electric System (SEN), leaving all the country’s thermoelectric plants without generation, after a situation of continuous cuts for months due to breakages and lack of maintenance and fuel in the plants for their operation.

The prolonged blackouts of several days that followed the passage of the cyclone generated social protests, mainly in neighborhoods of the capital, although similar reactions were also registered in other parts of the country.

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HAVANA, Oct. 6th  Hurricane Ian has been a “demolishing blow” for Cuba’s most select tobacco cultivation, the official press reported, with major material damage and the loss of thousands of tons of raw material. Read more

HAVANA, Oct. 6th The Biden administration is having “ongoing conversations” with the Cuban government on “the humanitarian needs of the Cuban people” Read more

HAVANA, Oct. 5th The Bacardí group launched a limited edition of Havana Club rum with a reproduction of the 1934 label and the same alcohol content as back then (43 proof). Read more

HAVANA, Oct. 5th   With the mobilization of police officers, State Security agents dressed in civilian clothes, and military service recruits armed with sticks Read more