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Cuba Reports on Tropical Storm Erika

August 25, 2015 | No Comments »

Tropical Storm Erika is within 24 hours of entering the eastern Caribbean and Cuba’s Forecast Center (INSMET) issued its second warning with information on the potential path of the storm.




Financial Snag between Angola and Cuba Settled

August 24, 2015 | 3 comments

The bags had been packed when a new order arrived. “We’ve been informed no one has to leave. The problem of Angola’s debt to Cuba has been solved,” informs a Cuban health worker based in Angola.




Guantanamo’s Legendary Rafting Festival

August 22, 2015 | 2 comments

Baracoa, a town in the northeastern corner of Cuba’s province of Guantanamo, is home to numerous cultural and recreational festivals. One of the most important of these was held in early August, in the locality of Toa, named after the largest river in Cuba. (13 photos)




Immigration Fraud Scheme Used Cuban Adjustment Act

August 21, 2015 | 29 comments

In yet another shameful spectacle for the defenders of the Cuban Adjustment Act (CAA), 14 people stood before a Miami federal court this Thursday on charges of contracting false marriages and committing immigration fraud.




Venezuela Shuts Down Border with Colombia Following Paramilitary Attack

August 21, 2015 | 1 Comment »

Venezuela closed its borders on Thursday with Colombia for 72 hours following an alleged attack by Colombian paramilitary groups that left three Venezuelan soldiers wounded, DPA reported.




Danny, First Hurricane of the Season

August 21, 2015 | No Comments »

What was Tropical Storm Danny reached hurricane status on Thursday, the first of the 2015 season in the Atlantic basin which includes the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean. Any possible effect on eastern Cuba will become more evident in the coming days.




BANGKUKUK TAIK: Paradise Under Threat (Video, English subtitles)

August 20, 2015 | 1 Comment »

Bangkukuk is a cozy, paradisiacal place for its inhabitants, who have inherited the joy of an authentic life from earlier generations. It may sound utopian, but, if you pay attention to the details highlighted by the documentary, you will come across things that will make you doubt your perception of happiness and development.




Emotion-filled Video Calls, the Latest from WiFi in Cuba

August 20, 2015 | 4 comments

The majority of those who come are teenagers, foreign students come in bounds, but there are also people aged 50 and over, and for the latter, there is a significant problem: they are not technologically savvy.




US-Cuba: The Challenge Posed by a New Relationship

August 20, 2015 | 9 comments

During five decades of confrontation between the USA and Cuba, there were periods of top-secret contacts, periods ruled by an absolute freeze, and others when threats ran high.




Ecuador: The Truth That Sets Us Free

August 19, 2015 | 3 comments

Because of the professional and civil background of its bureaucracy, Correa’s leadership has been infinitely superior to other progressive movements – and to Cuba – in terms of its “administration of things.” In terms of “governing human beings,” however…