As Cuba’s economy embraces global tourism, modernist works fall under threat By ANTONIO PACHECO • April 25, 2017
This article appears in The Architect’s Newspaper’s April 2017 issue, which takes a deep dive into Florida to coincide with the upcoming… Continue reading
Human trafficking focus of Cuba, Cayman Islands talks By Kayla Young -April 24, 2017
Cuban officials and the Cayman Islands government met in bilateral talks last week to discuss migration between the two island nations.
The meetings on April 20… Continue reading
Commentary: Social justice in Cuba? No racism? Javier Garcia-Bengochea Guest Columnist
Cuba’s foreign minister reiterates the island’s desire for dialogue with the U.S. BY NORA GÁMEZ TORRES email@example.com
In another apparent attempt to get a high-profile message to Washington, Cuba’s Minister of Foreign Affairs during a swing through Europe repeated the… Continue reading
An inside look at Cockfighting in Cuba SARAH MARSH AND ALEXANDRE MENEGHINI Apr 23rd 2017 6:01PM
CIEGO DE AVILA, April 20 (Reuters) – Cuban farmer Pascual Ferrel says his favorite fighting cock’s prowess was “off the charts,” so after it… Continue reading
USF scientists headed for Cuba to study what it looks like before any oil spills Craig Pittman, Times Staff Writer Monday, April 24, 2017 10:40am
ST. PETERSBURG — Florida scientists will ride their research vessel to Cuba next month to… Continue reading
Theft and Subsidies, Not Exports ROBERTO ÁLVAREZ QUIÑONES | Los Ángeles | 24 de Abril de 2017 – 17:00 CEST.
Once gain former Economy minister José Luis Rodríguez has attempted to pull the wool over everyone’s eyes. Apparently the Castro… Continue reading
The Fidel Castro Fair / Iván García
Iván García , 21 February 2017 — The wood charcoal embers are slowly browning half a dozen kebabs with vegetables, pineapples and pieces of pork, while, on a shelf, the flies are hovering… Continue reading
Police Forces Raid Headquarters of ‘Captain Tondique’ Project in Matanzas
14ymedio, Havana, 21 April 2017 — The headquarters of the Captain Tondique project in the municipality Matancero de Colón, was raided Friday by combined Police and State Security forces, according… Continue reading
Tell Us, General, What’s Plan B?
14ymedio, Miriam Celaya, Havana, 20 April 2017 — The Venezuela of “XXI Century Socialism” is wavering and threatening to collapse. It’s only a matter of time, soon, perhaps, as to when it will tumble.… Continue reading
Should U.S. Companies Hit ‘Pause’ on Doing Business in Cuba? Apr 20, 2017
President Trump’s government has yet to reveal its hand on the issue of reconciliation with Cuba. There had been a lot of progress towards greater ties following… Continue reading
Cuba’s slick TV channel that supports ‘more revolution’ By Will Grant Cuba correspondent, BBC News 23 April 2017
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Cuba: Risk of Health Crisis Due to Lack of Potable Water / Iván García
Ivan Garcia, 21 April 2017 — There is a slightly damp and cold breeze when Antonio, after drinking a rather bitter sip of coffee, with his… Continue reading
Pedicab Drivers Can Only Work Where They Live
14ymedio, Marcelo Hernandez, Havana, 20 April 2017 — The transport ministry (MITRANS) has issued a new provision that obligates Havana’s pedicab drivers to have visible identification that specifies the municipality where they… Continue reading
Elderly man in Cuba treats arthritis pain with scorpion venom – swears by it Published April 21, 2017 EFE
PINAR DEL RIO, CUBA – At age 71, Cuban peasant Pepe Casañas fends off the typical aches and pains of his… Continue reading
Morocco and Cuba have restored 37-year-old broken diplomatic ties weeks after the private visit of Morocco’s King Mohamed VI to Havana.
Ambassadors of the two countries to the United Nations signed a memorandum of understanding on Friday in New York… Continue reading