Shamans from across Peru gathered on a beach in Lima on Monday to issue their predictions for the year ahead, focusing on better relations between
As secret negotiations between Cuba and the US aimed at reestablishing diplomatic ties took a marathon 18 months. The wife of a convicted Cuban spy
The cigar is one of Cuba’s most iconic products, and remains forbidden fruit in the USA. Milagros Diaz has been rolling habanos for 48 years and is
Hundreds of Cuban-Americans took to the streets of Miami on Saturday to protest against US President Barack Obama’s plans to restore relations with
Venezuela is Cuba’s best friend and vice versa. But since the historic announcement from Havana yesterday, Nicolas Maduro seems to be alone. On a
The Colombian guerrilla organisation the FARC has announced an open-ended truce, the first time it has put no time limit on a cessation of
The US and Cuba have had no diplomatic relations since 1961, but the breakdown of relations came steadily after the revolution in 1959 which brought
Six former Guantanamo inmates arrive in Uruguay for resettlement in single largest prisoner transfer from the controversial US detention facility since 2009.
More than 40 French tourists have been injured, seven critically, in a coach crash in central Cuba.
FARC rebels released a Colombian general on Sunday leading to hopes that stalled peace talks in Cuba can be resumed.
The Marxist rebels captured
Just days after his Communist Revolution’s 55th anniversary, former President Fidel Castro has been seen in public, for the first time since last
Cubans are free to buy new cars for the first time since the 1959 revolution, its communist government has announced.
It’s the latest in a series
American Diana Nyad has become the first to swim from Cuba to Florida without a shark cage.
Nyad, 64, who was making her fifth attempt at the
Cuban dissident Guillermo Fariñas has finally picked up the Sakharov prize that he won in 2010.
Cuban authorities denied the journalist an exit
Cuba’s Ladies in White movement on Tuesday picked up the European Parliament’s Sakarov Prize that they won in 2005.
They had to wait eight years
They are artists, intellectuals or bloggers, and they want Cuba to open up to the world.
Whether they are dissidents or not, a new generation of
In this edition of Reporter, euronews travels to Cuba to talk to the people about the impact of reform on their lives.
We meet a mountain guide
A musical education does not just produce musicians. Researchers say it also boosts young people’s self-esteem. The film “Buena Vista Social Club”