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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.

Cuba demands commitment to a culture of peace in the United Nations

Cuba’s delegation to the UN expressed concern about the current international panorama and called for the elimination of the danger of war, in particular of nuclear war, the renunciation of the use or threat of the use of force and the peaceful settlement of disputes, in accordance with the UN Charter

More cruise ships arriving to Cuba

Since the early days of the Cuban cruise industry, beginning in 1996, the high tourist season traditionally means the arrival of a significant number of ships to the 34 berths for luxury liners currently available in ports on Cuba’s central and southern coasts.

UN condemnation of the U.S. blockade against Cuba grows

United Nations, September 27.— El Salvador, Namibia, Trinidad and Tobago, Dominica and Guyana today joined their voices to the call to lift the U.S. blockade imposed on Cuba, during the fourth day of the UN General Assembly debate.

Colombian singer leaves indelible memories

The death of activist and revolutionary Colombian singer-songwriter Alejandro Gómez Roa, author of the legendary song "Cuba sí, yanquis no," leaves behind a poignant mark and deep connection with the island, a relationship that will last forever.


Nationalization of hydrocarbons, a historic decision

The nationalization of the hydrocarbons in Bolivia has not only changed the course of the South American nation’s history, but in the last eight years, has also made this sector the steam engine of the national economy. Since the start of the process, the government and energy sector have implemented various programs such as the National Development Plan, the Bolivian.

Arsat-1, Argentina on the path toward satellite sovereignty

THE launch of the Arsat-1 has propelled Argentina onto the path towards satellite sovereignty and opened the door to Latin America to reap the benefits of this scientific and technological achievement.

CARICOM representatives discuss impact of Zika virus

Representatives of the bloc will review the epidemiological situation affecting the region, with cases of the Zika virus reported in several islands while the Caribbean Public Health Agency (CARPHA) noted the strong possibility of the disease spreading to other countries in the area