Cuba News

US announces changes to give private sector, small businesses in Cuba...

The United States Treasury Department on Tuesday announced regulatory changes to allow more American financial support for Cuba’s nascent private sector and bolster access to US Internet-based services, limited but timely measures that officials said would help give the island’s budding small businesses a leg up.

Several international airlines to resume flights to Cuba

Several international carriers have announced plans to resume flights to Cubs, starting later this. 

US Coast Guard return 92 migrants to The Bahamas, Cuba following...

The United States Coast Guard on Friday said that crews from two of its cutters have repatriated 92 migrants to The Bahamas and Cuba following unlawful, irregular migration attempts over the last weekend.

Cuba, US hold migration talks

The Government of Cuba has reaffirmed its willingness to comply with policies established in a bilateral agreement with the United States concerning irregular migration.

Grenada and Cuba signs MOU aim at developing the agriculture sector

Grenada and Cuba have signed an agreement that is intended to result in the Spanish speaking country providing technical assistance and support aimed at boosting, developing and enhancing the agriculture sector.

Grenada wants Cuba removed from US terrorism sponsors list

Prime Minister Dickon Mitchell on Sunday called on the United States to remove Cuba from the list of countries labelled as sponsoring terrorism, and to end the economic blockade on the Spanish-speaking nation.

Former US ambassador sentenced to 15 years in prison for serving...

A former career United States diplomat was sentenced Friday to 15 years in federal prison after admitting he worked for decades as a secret agent for communist Cuba, a plea agreement that leaves many unanswered questions about a betrayal that stunned the US foreign service.

Grenada: Prime Minister Hon. Dickon Mitchell Heads Delegation to Havana to...

Grenada is set to get more assistance from Cuba under fresh agreements that are set to be signed in Havana this week as the island’s Prime Minister embarks on his first official visit.

Rationed food kept Cubans fed during the Cold War. Today an...

Shoppers gather round a cart of garlic at a street market in Havana, Cuba, Saturday, March 16, 2024. (AP Photo/Ariel Ley)

Cuban Prime Minister visits Venezuela for bilateral talks

Cuban Prime Minister Manuel Marrero visited Venezuela this week where he met with Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro as one of the first activities on his working agenda in that sister Latin American nation.