HAVANA.- Once again, from February 24 to 28, Cuba’s capital city will play host to the Habanos Festival, an event devoted to the world’s greatest cigars.
- By: Roberto Campos - Published on: No. 4, 2014 - Under: Economy -
- By: Diony Sanabia - Published on: No. 4, 2014 - Under: International -
SANTO DOMINGO._ The six agreements recently signed between the Dominican Republic and Haiti in the fields of customs, agriculture, migration, policing, environment, and anti-drug trafficking fight have brought a breath of fresh air to relations between the two countries that share the same Caribbean island, known as La Española (Hispaniola).
- By: Daniel Urbino - Published on: No. 4, 2014 - Under: International -
MANAGUA.- The recent announcement by the Institute of Tourism (INTUR) of Nicaragua regarding the investment of $50 million USD in several tourism projects indicates that the country is continuing to provide incentives for an important sector of its economy.
- By: Luis Beaton - Published on: No. 4, 2014 - Under: Politics -
HAVANA._ A majority of Americans now support a normalization of relations between their country and Cuba, according to a poll commissioned by the Atlantic Council, a prominent Washington research institution which described the results as an unprecedented reflection of shifting American attitudes toward Cuba that confound some long-held assumptions.¨
- By: Martha Andrés - Published on: No. 4, 2014 - Under: International -
NUEVO VALLARTA, Mexico._ Representatives from 146 countries who gathered in this Mexican city have stressed the importance of drafting a legally binding international protocol to ban and eliminate nuclear weapons worldwide.
- By: Nubia Piqueras - Published on: No. 4, 2014 - Under: Culture -
HAVANA._ Exploring the causes behind a crisis of values affecting parts of Cuban society in the educational context, where children’s behavior is marked by marginalization and violence, is the central theme of the film Conducta (Behavior) by Ernesto Daranas.
- By: Mayra Pardillo - Published on: No. 4, 2014 - Under: Economy -
TRINIDAD._ Four life-size statues with well-defined features of the members of the famous British quartet The Beatles welcome customers at the entrance to a bar called Yesterday, here in this city founded by Spanish Diego Velásquez in 1514, and recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage site since 1988.