The Cuban President rejected the U.S. media accusations about the Cuban doctors' activities in Venezuela.Full Story
The changes to the B2 Visa were put into effective as of Jan. 18, limiting travel time within the U.S. from five years to three months.Full Story
The “No Stolen Trademarks Honored in America Act” would affect trademarks allegedly related to properties nationalized in Cuba after 1959.
Cuba rejects the campaign of lies coordinated by John Bolton, the government said in a statement.
Cuba's high-ranking nationalized medical system, already working on advancements in cancer treatment, is about to get a boost from Russia.
Washington confirmed a partial suspension, as opposed to a full one, of the Helms Burton Law, opening the door to lawsuits targetting Cuban companies.
The fighter plane fell in the Güira de Melena municipality, only 20 kilometers from the city of Havana
Cuba went to the polls Monday Feb.25, with a resounding victory in support of the new Cuban constitution. But the high figure shouldn't come as a surprise.
86.86 percent of voters ratified the new Cuban constitution while only 7.6 percent voted no during the referendum.
The new constitution "dignifies and exalts the legacy of Fidel, Marti and Raul" and deepens the rights of Cubans, while teaching citizens a greater civic culture."
Cubans started voting for their new Constitution with preliminary results being announced Monday. All citizens above 16 years are encouraged to vote.