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Regular commercial flights between Cuba and the U.S. officially resume

JetBlue airline flight 387 landed at Santa Clara’s Abel Santamaría International Airport at 10:56am, today August 31, thus marking the official resumption of regular commercial flights between Cuba and the U.S., suspended for over half a century

Marco Rubio attempts to bribe countries to attack Venezuela

Rubio directly threatened the governments of the Dominican Republic, El Salvador, and Haiti, and in an interview with El Nuevo Herald, stating that the vote of these countries at the meeting on Venezuela of the OAS Permanent Council could have repercussions on economic assistance provided by the United States


The blockade is an outdated policy and must end

A year after diplomatic relations between the two countries were reestablished on July 20, 2015, Granma International spoke with Josefina Vidal, director general for the United States at the Cuban Ministry of Foreign Relations, to discuss Cuba-U.S. relations as they stand today

Cleber tractors, engines of change between Cuba and the United States

Two engineers, who met 40 years ago when they worked at IBM, have founded a tractor company, and are planning to build the first U.S. plant in Cuba since 1959 • Their Oggun tractor is “blockade proof,” based on an Open Source Manufacturing Model, that is, easily acquired off-the-shelf components

What will 2017 bring for Latin American economies?

Following two consecutive years in the red, the economies of Latin America and the Caribbean aim to resume the path to growth this 2017, driven by the rising prices of raw materials and the recovery of international trade

The war is over

City residents don’t want to miss the moment when President Juan Manuel Santos and Timoleón Jiménez, leader of the largest guerilla faction in Colombia, seal the historic Havana Peace Agreements