The Havana Reporter No.11

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Cuba Challenged by an Aging Population

Published on: Society
Cuba Challenged by an Aging Population

With an average life expectancy of 78.45 years, Cuba ranks among the top 25 nations in the world in this important indicator of human progress.

Lessons Learnt from Ebola, Crucial for Future Emergencies

Published on: International
Lessons Learnt from Ebola, Crucial for Future Emergencies

In addition to the high human and economic cost that have resulted from the Ebola outbreak in West Africa, the epidemic – which is still pounding Guinea and Sierra Leone – has provided important lessons to the international community for potential future health emergencies.

First Cuba-US Museum Collaboration

Published on: Culture
First Cuba-US Museum Collaboration

An exhibition entitled “Wild Noise” is the result of a collaborative project between Cuba’s National Fine Arts Museum and the Bronx Arts Museum in the United States.

Still a Long Way To Go

Published on: International
Still a Long Way To Go

Those who thought that the road to the reestablishment of diplomatic relations between Cuba and the United States and the moves towards the normalization of bilateral ties might be smooth should review both the obstacles that have been overcome in recent months and those that still remain.

Record Breaking Marabana-2015

Published on: Sports
Record Breaking Marabana-2015

Marabana director general, Carlos Gattorno, said that the now traditional marathon has overtaken its own record of foreign participants.

Renaissance at Havana´s Biennial Art Exhibition

Published on: Culture
Renaissance at Havana´s Biennial Art Exhibition

Enterprising and provocative, Cuban sculptor and installation artist Tomás “Johny” Núñez shines at Zona Franca (Duty-free Zone), a mega exhibition of the 12th Art Biennial running in Havana until June 22.

Progress Despite Differences

Published on: Politics
Progress Despite Differences

Marked by profound differences and a more than fifty-year long stand off, Cuba and the United States are advancing towards the resumption of diplomatic relations and cooperation on matters of mutual interest.

Climate Change The Caribbean Pushes for Stronger Response

Published on: Environment
Climate Change The Caribbean Pushes for Stronger Response

The Caribbean position at the climate change talks is principally based on reaching a truly binding agreement and compliance with the commitments made by the international community.

Sailing and Fishing Tailwind for Cuba-US Friendship

Published on: Tourism
Sailing and Fishing Tailwind for Cuba-US Friendship

The month of May was evidently important for Cuba’s tourism, sport and friendship ties as it welcomed two regattas from the United States and a fishing tournament largely represented by U.S. fishermen.