President Raul Castro and other Cuban leaders presided over the annual parade in Havana to celebrate International Workers’ Day and pledge support for the government and its leaders.
Rumors in recent days about a shift in the exchange rate of the regular Cuban peso (CUP) and the hard-currency-pegged CUC are false, informed the Central Bank of Cuba on Saturday.
The UK foreign minister, Philip Hammond, is in Cuba for the first visit by a head of British diplomacy to the island since the 1959 revolution, reported dpa news.
Starting Wednesday, the Venezuelan opposition has been collecting signatures to request a referendum that would put an end to Nicolas Maduro’s presidency, not unlike the one held in 2004 when Hugo Chavez was president.
Good weather is expected for the 7-day forecast period starting on Thursday. There will be with partly cloudy skies and light winds from the east and southeast, with speeds between 5 and 15 km/h. The chance of rain is low.
Once again they left their lands in order to defend them and demonstrate their rejection of the expropriations involved in the Nicaragua Grand Canal project, packed with more doubts than certainties.
The Archbishop of Havana, Jaime Ortega, one of the key figures of the political thaw in Cuba, resigned as head of the Catholic Church on the island, informed the Vatican on Tuesday.
The third consecutive Latin American Free Software festival concluded in Cuba on Saturday. Of special interest to participants were the Cuban solutions for using Wi-Fi connections from mobile phones.
For several days, the traditional seaside promenade-avenue of Havana, known as the Malecon, becomes a race track for filming of the eighth film of the Hollywood productions “Fast and Furious”.
The Castro government announced today it was lifting the longstanding prohibition on anyone born in Cuba from traveling by sea. The measure will allow Cubans to hire out on merchant ships and travel on cruisers. The change takes effect on April 26th.