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

HAVANA, June 10th Caribbean Community (Caricom) Chairman John Briceño has described as inexcusable, incomprehensible, and unforgivable, Read more

HAVANA, June 9th  The Dominican Republic last month changed its migratory regulations in relation to Cubans, who can now enter in transit status Read more

HAVANA, June 8 On the roof of a restaurant in the heart of Old Havana, the duo Pauza mixes traditional Cuban sounds and electro rhythms: on the island, female DJs remain few in number but have found their audience. Read more

HAVANA, June 9th The Drafting Commission of the Family Code Bill presented its new version during a meeting with the highest leadership of the Cuban government, according to official media reports on the island. Read more

HAVANA, June 8 (Reuters) – The United States on Wednesday moved to lift some Trump-era restrictions on remittances and travel to Cuba Read more

HAVANA, Jun 8th  (EFE)  Loypa Izaguirre, owner of a small store in Old Havana that offers customers personally designed clothing, cocktails, tapas and live music, Read more

HAVANA, June 7th    Marco put his home up for sale, a concrete, one-bedroom house outside the Cuban capital, just blocks from the beach. Read more

HAVANA, June 6th Cuba has exceeded 3,500 private micros, small and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs) authorized since the Cuban government gave these economic actors the green light last year. Read more

HAVANA, June 6 (ACN) Cuban Marles Michias, one of the key figures on the Cuban cycling team, finished second on Sunday in the Clarendon Cup, Read more

HAVANA, June 5th (AP)   When leaders gather this week in Los Angeles at the Summit of the Americas, the focus is likely to veer from common policy changes — migration, Read more

HAVANA, June 5th  Tropical storm Alex, which passed to the west and north of western Cuba has already left nearly 300 damaged homes, topped by Havana, Read more

HAVANA, June 5th   The Cuban sugar harvest ended this year with less than half a million tons, in a steep drop as this industry has dwindled over the past five years. Read more

HAVANA, June 5th   Cuban president Díaz-Canel wants to sound like Fidel Castro, but it’s hard. That way of approaching problems, as if he had a magic wand Read more

HAVANA, June 3rd  Many residents in the region lost power and a man in Pinar del Rio province also was missing, Cuban officials said. Read more

HAVANA, June 3rd I think the first thing would be to agree on what is meant by “business system,” because for a long time we defined it as one that was made up Read more

HAVANA, June 2nd Innovative technology is being developed in the eastern province of Santiago de Cuba for its inclusion in the island’s Tsunami Warning System, Read more

HAVANA, June 2nd The administration of President Joe Biden on Wednesday revoked a series of restrictions on flights to Cuba imposed by his predecessor, Read more