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A skyrocketing case count in Brazil and heavy outbreaks in Peru, Chile and Colombia have been the main contributors.
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Cuban activists blocked from attending EU meeting
Cuban activists who made it to Brussels called on the EU to put pressure on Cuba to respect human rights.
Magnitude 7.7 earthquake strikes between Cuba and Jamaica
A powerful 7.7 earthquake struck south of Cuba and Jamaica, the US Geological Survey said.
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Havana celebrated its 500th anniversary with a colourful and impressive fireworks display — and a historic state visit by Spain's King Felipe.
Trump administration expels two Cuban diplomats
The State Department said the two Cuban nationals allegedly tried to conduct "influence operations in the United States."
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Hundreds of religious pilgrims walked through Old Havana to celebrate the Virgin of Charity, Cuba's patron saint.
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Watch: Tractor pool for Cuba's children tours tobacco zone
The pool is free and the only rule is that the children must have clean feet to climb aboard.
Tractor pool brings joy to children in rural Cuba
Children splashed inside a mobile pool in the El Infernal neighborhood in the province of Pinar del Rio, part of Cuba's renowned tobacco-growing zone.
Rum joint venture defies US sanctions
British company Diageo and a Cuban state company create a joint venture to distribute Santiago de Cuba rum globally, in defiance of US sanctions.
Cubans can now access internet from their homes, but at what price?
All Cubans will now be able to access the internet from their home, but at what price? Euronews takes a look.
Santiago de Cuba: Welcome to Cuba's city with a French touch
In the latest episode of Postcards, we visit Cuba's southeastern Santiago de Cuba Province to celebrate its distinctive and diverse cultural history.
Cool off and relax on white sands and swim in warm turquoise sea – visit Varadero in Cuba
A length of land of sublime beauty that extends along 22 kilometres in the Peninsula of Hicacos, in the province of Matanzas lies Varadero.
Cuba celebrates 500 years of history through its arts
Visit the cosmopolitan and cultural city of Havana through its Cuban music and National Ballet productions
Cuba Travel Diary: Havana celebrates its 500th anniversary
Havana's history is evident in its people, its architecture, its avenues and stately buildings.
Watch: Cuba's shrunken Jewish population restores historic cemetery
This cemetery, which contains more than 1,600 gravesites, is one of only two Jewish graveyards remaining in Cuba. Many Jewish families left the island after the 1959 revolution, leaving their dead in the care of those who remained.
Cuban artist creates drawings underwater
For Cuban artist Sandor Gonzalez, there is no better place to draw than several meters below the surface of the sea
Gay rights march halted by Havana police
Gay rights activists organised an unauthorised march down eight blocks of one of Havana's main thoroughfares before they were stopped by police.
Cuba extends rationing as shortages bite
Cuba imports 60 to 70% of its food and blames the latest shortages on the decades long US trade embargo.
Gay rights activists arrested in unauthorised pride march in Cuba
Several gay rights activists have been arrested after clashing with police at an unauthorised pride march in Cuban capital, Havana.
Venezuela crisis: Guaido defiant after failed coup attempt
The opposition leader showed no signs of easing the pressure on Nicolas Maduro
EU warns of lawsuits if US targets European interests in Cuba
"The EU will consider all options at its disposal to protect its legitimate interests," the EU said in a statement on Wednesday.
Bolton: No 'apologies' for U.S. policy on Cuba
The national security adviser said U.S. foreign policy should be "based on the pursuit of American national interests."
Cuba cuts newspaper size due to paper scarcity as shortages bite
The Communist government said on Thursday that it was halving the edition size of some weeklies as well as Granma on certain days due to the lack of newsprint, which it imports.