Venezuela’s Minister of Interior denies presence of the special troops in the country
The Cuban government’s latest gesture to ensure the loyalty of the military is to build comfortable apartment complexes close to schools, markets and sports fields.
The revelation emerges from Labor Ministry figures published by the official press.
The Mariel Port, located east Havana is being passed off to foreigners as a new investment opportunity. For Cubans, that port is a reminder of an orgy of hate-whether real or simulated - against the good neighbors next door.
The Cuban state pays these "divers" eight Cuban pesos - 40 cents - per kilogram of scrap aluminum cans.
Small business initiatives are moving much faster than the slow pace of state legalization.
Motorcyclists wanted to meet with the Secretary of the Communist Party in the province to express their dissatisfaction with the cost of patents, operating licenses and taxes.
The Minister of Economy and Planning announced an adjustment to 2.7% from the initial target of 3.6% GDP growth. By 2014, it is anticipated to be a modest 2.2%.
The data was released by the official media spokesman for the National Directorate of Traffic.
Six miles from the city of Pinar del Río, there's a Garden of Eden with lakes, mountains and thoroughbred horse hides. The stay here costs about an average of 320 Cuban wages.
According to a report released by the U.S. State Department, Cuba was once again placed in the third and most austere tier of the categories related to human trafficking.
Cuban police can now investigate and assess crimes as well as judge and sanction offenders, aggravating security conditions on the island.
It’s been one year since the hurricane took the unsuspecting residents of Santiago de Cuba and Guantanamo by surprise. Many homes remain in substandard condition.
A scarcity of jobs and a sense of hopelessness corners a generation into prostitution.