For as long as most Cubans have been alive, they have both hoarded and hated a flimsy little booklet of cheap paper that reminds them daily how much they owe their government. Known as la libreta, or little book, its 20-or-so pages
Cuba's national health minister, José Ángel Portal, told the media the number of injured could rise as the search continues for people who may be trapped in the rubble of the 19th century structure in the Old Havana neighborhood of the city.
No survivors were found in the upper floors of the prestigious Saratoga Hotel, and rescuers said they were now concentrating their efforts on the jumbled debris filling the two-level basement of the neoclassical building.
Abdullah Mohamed Al Mazrouei, Chairman of Abu Dhabi Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ADCCI), and Antonio Carricarte Corona, President of the Chamber of Commerce
The Sharjah Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SCCI) discussed with its Cuban counterpart enhancing joint work to develop commercial activity and develop
Mohamed Saif Al Suwaidi, Director General of Abu Dhabi Fund for Development (ADFD), received Rodrigo Malmercadiz, Minister of Trade, Foreign Investment and International Cooperation of Cuba, at the Abu Dhabi Fund
Sheikh Mohammed emphasised the opportunities that the mega event offers to share ideas and innovations that contribute to building a better future for humanity.
“Dictator of my heart.” Ah love — it can be used or abused for nefarious political purposes. Just ask Cuba’s oppressor-in-charge, Miguel Díaz-Canel, and his adoring wife, Lis Cuesta. In an effort to clean up Díaz-Canel’s bully image — after
Cubans in Havana on Tuesday celebrated the Biden administration’s decision to ease Trump-era restrictions on remittances and travel to the island, a crack in the door that comes as its government wrestles with economic crisis and a mass exodus