Category Archives: The Blockade?

‘Cuba in the Springs’ opens at Eldorado Springs Art Center

International flair comes to new arts facility June 22 (Daily Camera)  Last Friday evening in Eldorado Springs, the June air hung thicker than a typical Colorado summer night, with a bluebird sky batting off a looming rainstorm. Up a beaten … Continue reading

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“Deafness” that reaches the other side of the world

June 18 (Cubadebate) The story of alleged sonic attacks on U.S. diplomats accredited in foreign countries has been repeated, just the same as in August of last year, when Washington, without proof, accused Cuba of such incidents. In that case, … Continue reading

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First Cisco Academy in Network Administration Inaugurated in Cuba

Havana, Jun 19 (Prensa Latina) Education and technology are fundamental for countries to prosper in an increasingly interconnected world, said Laura Quintana, Vice President of Corporate Affairs at Cisco, when inaugurating the first academy of its kind in Cuba. Our … Continue reading

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Vietnam Donates Five Thousand Tons of Rice to Cuba

Hanoi, Jun 21 (Prensa Latina) The Party, the State and the Vietnamese people had a new gesture of solidarity with Cuba when they donated five thousand tons of rice to help compensate the damages caused by recent rains in the … Continue reading

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Vilma’s struggles more necessary than ever

The Federation of Cuban Women remembered Vilma Espín yesterday, June 18, 11 years after her death, and 25 since she participated in the World Conference on Human Rights in Vienna June 19 (Granma) Equality, condemnation of gender violence, and recognition … Continue reading

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US-Cuba Relations to Be Addressed at 13th Tourism Seminar

Havana, Jun 19 (Prensa Latina) Relations between the United States and Cuba will be the main theme of the 13th International Seminar on Journalism and Tourism that will take place in this capital next week. The Seminar, scheduled from June … Continue reading

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U.S.-Cuba: Between Backing Down and the Willingness to Better Links

By Martha Andres Roman, Washington (PL) One year after President Donald Trump’s decision to reverse much of the rapprochement with Cuba, two realities finally emerge: the backward step in links and the interest of many sectors to improve them. The … Continue reading

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Pennsylvania state senator wants U.S. to open up to Cuba for trade

He said that it should be a good market for U.S. farmers. WRITTEN BY BETH BRELJE, Reading Eagle HARRISBURG, PA — MONDAY JUNE 18, 2018 The Engage Cuba Coalition, an advocacy group working to open trade and travel between the U.S. and … Continue reading

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Jamaica, Cuba Reaffirm Mutual Solidarity

Kingston, Jun 16 (Prensa Latina) Cuban Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs Rogelio Sierra concludes his official visit to Jamaica today, where he met with senior government officials to reaffirm the solidarity and support between both nations. During his stay here, … Continue reading

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Seventh Meeting of the Cuba-United States Bilateral Commission held in Washington D.C.

(Cubaminrex) On June 14, 2018, the Seventh Bilateral Commission Meeting between Cuba and the United States was held in Washington, D.C. Even in the present circumstances, the Commission remains as an official dialogue forum for the direct discussion of differences … Continue reading

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