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Cuban and U.S. banks sign agreement

Cuba’s International Commerce Bank and the U.S. Stonegate Bank reached the first important financial accord to be signed since the reestablishment of diplomatic relations between the two countries July 20.

Bolivia: Evo’s re-election may be possible

Bolivia’s National Coordinator for Change (CONALCAM) and the Bolivian Workers' Federation (COB) announced that they would propose a Constitutional reform to allow the President to run in 2019, for a third term of office

Experts warn of the impact of climate change on central Cuba

The Caribbean Sea is penetrating the southern Cuban coastline at a rate of 1.3 meters per year, as a result of climate change, authorities from the Ministry of Science and Technology (Citma) in Sancti Spíritus warned

Cuba calls to abolish military bases

On April 26, the President of the Cuban Movement for Peace and Sovereignty of the Peoples, Silvio Platero, reiterated in Havana that the U.S. Naval Base in Guantánamo is the only one in the world which exists against the will of the people and government of the land on which it is located


Fresh investigation into Dilma and Lula

Rousseff and Lula are accused of obstruction of justice in connection with the Brazilian Federal Police’s Operation Lava Jato

The United States expands economic sanctions against Venezuela

The U.S. government continued its attacks on Venezuela with the broadening of economic sanctions March 19, singling out four former and current officials of President Nicolás Maduro’s administration

Maduro in Cuba to celebrate 12 years of ALBA

The Venezuelan leader was received at Havana’s José Martí International Airport by Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodríguez

Yumurí: A legendary valley in western Cuba

The Yumurí Valley is a region which falls within the province of Matanzas’ protected areas system, which includes the Cuabal de las Tres Ceibas de Clavellinas nature reserve.