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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.

Havana to become an enormous art gallery

Over one hundred artists from 44 countries have accepted the challenge to participate in the 12th Havana Biennial, giving free rein to their creativity and modifying urban spaces across the Cuban capital with their art

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

Regional leftist parties meet in Lima

Around 20 leftist parties from Latin America will come together today, August 26, to review their experiences, neoliberal attacks against progressive governments and the development of a common agenda

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

Cuba and Finland reach debt agreement

On Monday, March 14, Ricardo Cabrisas, a Council of Ministers vice president and Pirkko Hämäläinen, Under-Secretary of State at the Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Finland, signed an agreement restructuring Cuba’s debt with the European country