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Huge clean-up effort in Cuba after freak tornado rips through Havana
President Miguel Diaz-Canel toured the worst-hit areas and tweeted about the devastation. He mentioned that several groups are helping to restore the city.
Havana hit by severe floods
Malecon sea wall in Cuban capital is breached by monster waves that residents say they have never seen before.
Cubans pray to St. Lazarus at annual pilgrimage
Thousands of Cubans walked and crawled up the hill to the Shrine of Saint Lazarus on Sunday, seeking relief from health problems and hoping for economic prosperity and general well-being.
Once a month for the last decade, Pepe Casanas, a 78-year-old Cuban, has hunted down a scorpion to sting himself with, vowing that the venom wards off his rheumatism pains.
Watch: Cuban ballet dancers return to island after exile
Five Cuban ballet dancers, who were once banned from the country, have returned to dance in Havana's International Ballet Festival.
Watch: Cubans break national record for largest Cuba Libre cocktail
Dozens of bartenders across the Americas participated in the event, which kicked off the Pan American Cocktail Championships.
Bartenders from the Americas make giant Cuba Libre in Havana
Dozens of bartenders from the Americas gathered in Havana on Sunday (26 AUGUST 2018) to create a giant Cuba Libre cocktail.
Cuba's new cabinet signals continuity rather than change
Cuba's new President Miguel Diaz-Canel has named his new cabinet and is keeping a majority of ministers from predecessor Raul Castro
Cuban singer releases album at 87 years old
Known as 'The Diva', Omara Portuondo shot to international fame through Wim Wenders documentary film about the Buena Vista Social Club in 1999.
Cuba confirms 110 killed in country's deadliest plane crash since 1989
Fifteen of the crash victims have been identified so far, officials said.
More than 100 killed when Cuban airliner crashes after takeoff
A Boeing 737 leased by Cuba's national airline went down in a yucca field. Only three or four survived, state media said.
Cubans march against homophobia
Thousands of members of Cuba's LGBT community staged a colourful parade through the streets of Havana on Saturday (May 12), marching against homophobia and calling for equal rights for the community.
Dawn of a new era in Cuba as Miguel Diaz-Canel takes charge
Raúl Castro stepped down as president but remains at the head of the communist party
Castro era ends as Miguel Diaz-Canel is sworn in as president in Cuba
Fidel and Raul Castro had ruled the Carribean island since the 1959 revolution
The end of almost 60 years of Castro rule for Cuba
Cubans wait to see if a change in leadership can re-vitalise the island's flagging economy
Miguel Diaz-Canel: The Post-Castro President
A new era begins in Cuba this week, when Fidel Castro's younger brother Raul Castro, 86, steps down as president
Post-castro era looms as Cubans vote
Cuba holds election to ratify a new national assembly
Cuban cigars take centre stage at Havana festival
Tobacco fans from around the world have gathered to celebrate the iconic product, amid talk of booming sales
Castro son 'kills himself' after 'battle with depression'
State media reported the death of Fidel Castro Diaz-Balart at the age of 68
Mogherini meets Castro in Cuba
The head of the EU's diplomat service has met the President of Cuba at the end of a two-day visit aimed at strengthening engagement with the Communist country. State-run television said it covered the favourable state of relations between the EU and Havana on
EU's top diplomat on Cuba visit
EU's top diplomat tells Cubans that relations with Europe are stronger than ever. Federica Mogherini started a two-day visit to the island on Wednesday. Mogherini also told Cuba that the EU rejects unilateral sanctions against the island.
Dozens of people injured after a fireworks accident in cuba
The incident occurred at Cuba’s traditional Parrandas festival in the town of Remedios on Christmas Eve.
Cuba remembers Fidel one year on
Cuba has been paying tribute to its revolutionary father, Fidel Castro, on the first anniversary of his death.
North Korea and Cuba reject 'US demands'
North Korea and Cuba reject 'unilateral and arbitrary' demands by United States over Pyongyang's nuclear programme.
Havana moves to boost ties with Cuban Americans
"The US government closes, and Cuba opens," Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez said, calling reports of 'acoustic attacks' on US diplomats in Havana "political manipulation".
Fifty years after his death, Cuba honours Che Guevara
Cuba is remembering Che Guevara on the 50th anniversary of his murder in Bolivia.