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A YEAR AFTER THE ANNOUNCEMENTS OF DECEMBER 17

Josefina Vidal assures that Cuba and the U.S. have made progress

Delegations from the two countries have been meeting in Washington since December 14, to negotiate issues regarding civil aviation. Significant progress has been made and they are close to reaching a memorandum of understanding for the establishment of regular flights

The United States is an oligarchy, not a democracy

The country that presents itself as a universal model of democracy does not meet the basic standards of a system in which the majority makes decisions

Why do so many shootings occur in U.S. schools?

Several U.S. media outlets and personalities have questioned why so many incidents of this type occur in their country, whose rates are unequaled by all other developed nations

Cuban minister in Washington

Rodrigo Malmierca, minister of Foreign Trade and Investment arrived in the U.S. capital yesterday, February 14, to undertake a four-day working visit

Six U.S. airlines approved to fly to Cuba

The U.S. Department of Transport has approved six airlines to establish regular flights to nine destinations in Cuba

Since when has Cuba supported the Palestinian cause? (+Photos)

Cuba’s revolutionary diplomacy maintains its unlimited support for the search for a comprehensive, just, and lasting solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, based on the creation of two states

U.S. tractor company to set up shop in Cuba

Cleber LLC has received an unprecedented license from the Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) to erect a plant in Cuba, to produce up to 1,000 small-sized tractors annually

Ten reasons why the United States should normalize services at its Embassy in Havana

The decision by the United States Department of State to make staff cuts at its Embassy in Havana indefinite, and restrict the presence of family members, is the latest chapter in a sage of unilateral measures affecting millions of Cubans on both sides of the Florida Straits and putting collaborative efforts on issues of mutual interest at risk