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  • Miguel Díaz-Canel: Unity is our Revolution's most formidable and powerful strength15/07/19

    Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel delivered the closing remarks to the 3rd ordinary session of the National Parliament.

  • Cuba and Puerto Rico: Two wings of the same bird15/07/19

    A weekly segment dedicated to the freedom of Puerto Rico, brought by Rosa Meneses Albizu Campos --granddaughter of Puerto Rican patriot Pedro Albizu Campos.

  • Four Bronze medals for Cuba in Judo Grand Prix15/07/19

    Radio Havana Cuba's sports report -TIME OUT- brought by Abel Vazquez.

  • Cuba advances towards fulfilling all 17 goals contained in Agenda 2030 of the United Nations13/07/19

    Statements to Radio Havana Cuba by Parliament vice president Ana María Mary Machado.

  • Cuban Volleyball players ready to sign pro contracts13/07/19

    Radio Havana Cuba's sports report, brought by Abel Vazquez.

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  • President Diaz-Canel assures that development of Cuba’s tourism industry will keep its pace despite Washington's blockake12/07/19

    President Miguel Díaz-Canel on Thursday addressed a plenary meeting of the National Assembly of People’s Power (Cuban Parliament).

  • Cuba at the elite of Triple Jump12/07/19

    RHC's sports report brought by Abel Vázquez.

  • US university professor says visiting Cuba has been a remarkable experience10/07/19

    Reporter Ed Newman speaks with William Fusfield, Professor Emeritus from the University of Pittsburgh in Pennsylvania.

  • Ramón Labañino: The goal of the revolutionary government is to protect the people and improve their living conditions10/07/19

    Hero of the Republic of Cuba Ramon Labañino is participating as a special guest in the debates of the standing commission on economic affairs of the National Assembly of People’s Power. Labañino, deputy president of the National Association of Economists and Accountants(ANEC), spoke with our colleague from the Spanish department Marianela Samper, about the country’s efforts and progress towards development despite Washington’s renewed attempts to destroy the Cuban Revolution.

  • Mijain Lopez looking for his 4th Pan-Am tittle10/07/19

    RHC's sports report brought by Abel Vazquez.

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  • Cuban baseball team finishes preparation matches for Pan-Am games09/07/19

    Radio Havana Cuba's sports report brought by Abel Vasquez.

  • Connecting the Dots09/07/19

    In this edition, reporter Mike Hudson connects CIA-trained terrorists and the war in Afghanistan.

  • Díaz-Canel: Economically speaking, we are certainly going for more, and this is not a motto, it’s a conviction09/07/19

    Cuban president Miguel Díaz Canel addressed the Commission on Economic Affairs of the Cuban National Assembly of people’s Power (Cuban Parliament).

  • John Bolton and Trump's escalation against Cuba05/07/19

    Radio Havana Cuba’s Roberto Bastidas brings us an interview with Gary Prevost, who recently was in the Cuban capital for a seminar on the United States and hemisferic processes.

  • Johana Tablada assures that no matter how hard the US tries, it will never succeed in bringing the Cuban people to their knees04/07/19

    Reporter Ed Newman speaks with Johana Tablada, deputy director for the United States at the Cuban Foreign Ministry on Washington's blockade policy towards Cuba and the recent implementation of Titlle III of the infamous US piece of legislation.

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  • Cuban Revolution: as victorious as ever03/07/19

    On Tuesday evening’s Mesa Redonda, a prime-time news program, Cuban President Miguel Diaz Canel and a panel consisting of govenrment ministers explained the details of measures recently announced to boost the island´s economy.

  • US university professor says visiting Cuba has been a remarkable experience02/07/19

    Reporter Ed Newman speaks with William Fusfield, Professor Emeritus from the University of Pittsburgh in Pennsylvania.

  • RHC's program 'Connecting the dots'02/07/19

    In this edition, reporter Mike Hudson connects the dots between Elliot Abrams --murderer in Central America-- and Elliot Abrams --special US envoy to Venezuela.

  • Cuba and Puerto Rico: Two wings of the same bird01/07/19

    A Radio Havana Cuba segment dedicated to the independence cause of the Puerto Rican people, brought by Rosa Meneses --the granddaugther of Puerto Rican independence leader Pedro Albizu-Campos.

  • Diaz-Canel: Intellectuals and artists will always accompany the Revolution01/07/19

    Cuban president Miguel Díaz-Canel affirmed that the intellectuals and artists will always accompany the effort of the Cuban archipelago, that the Revolution put on the political map of the world, to continue being acknowledged also for its unique way of fighting through singing, dancing, laughing and winning.

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  • Leader of US friendshipment caravan to Cuba: Love is our license to travel to Cuba27/06/19

    Reporter Ed Newman speaks here in Havana with Gail Walker, Executive Director of IFCO/Pastors of Peace and head of the US friendshipment caravan.

  • Cuba’s solidarity with Puerto Rico and it’s independence cause27/06/19

    Radio Havana Cuba’s Roberto Bastidas talks with Puerto Rican independence activist Julio Muriente.

  • US academic confirms that Trump's escalation against Cuba has been particularly hard on small-scale non-government tourism27/06/19

    Havana’s José Martí Journalism Institute is hosting the 14th international seminar ‘journalism and tourism’ with the attendance of journalists and social communicators from across Latin America and the United States. Among the event's highlights was a lecture entitled ‘over-tourism, the threat it poses to patrimonial sites sustainability and environmental fragility’ by Dr. Martha Honick, executive director of the Center for Responsible Travel in Washington DC. In statements to RHC journalist Isis María Allen, the US expert addressed over-tourism and how it could affect Cuba and the Trump Administration’s escalation against the Caribbean state.

  • EU commissioner for international cooperation says ties with Cuba have evolved to higher levels21/06/19

    European Union Commissioner for International Cooperation and Development Neven Mimika is here in Cuba. In statements to the press, the EU official noted that the EU continues to strongly oppose the extraterritorial application of unilateral Cuba-related measures, that he stressed contravene international law.

  • Business executive says Cuba is a very popular resort among Europeans21/06/19

    We continue today, bringing highlights of the UK-Cuba business forum, which held sessions earlier this week here in Havana, organized by the Cuba Initiative group. The forum attracted representatives of Cuban entities and executives from the British business sector, who are interested in investing in Cuba. We now bring an interview with one of the business executives, who attended the forum.

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  • Washington lies AGAIN: Cuba DID offer compensation for nationalized properties, but the US refused to negotiate20/06/19

    We continue bringing highlights of the UK-Cuba business forum, which held sessions Monday and Tuesday here in Havana, organized by the Cuba Initiative group. The forum attracted representatives of Cuban entities and executives from the British business sector, who are interested in investing in Cuba. We now bring remarks by Gregory Biniowsky, an expert with Gowling WLG Consulting, as he addressed the participating entrepreneurs on Helms-Burton, property rights and the nationalizations in Cuba.

  • UK-Cuba business forum boosts bilateral trade and investment 19/06/19

    Cuban and British entrepreneurs are participating here in Havana in a business forum, organized by the Cuba Initiative group. The two-day event serves to assess new business opportunities and foster closer economic, trade and investment relations between the UK and Cuba. Up next, we bring our interview with Lord David Triesman, co-president on the British side of the Cuba Initiative group.

  • Cuba reiterates its commitment to protection of workers rights at ILO Conference19/06/19

    Up next, Radio Havana Cuba brings our listeners excerpts of the address by Cuban Vice President Salvador Valdes Mesa, speaking at a session in Geneva marking the 100th anniversary of the International Labor Organization. You’ll hear the voice of the English-language translator, as if you and I were sitting and listening to the speech in Geneva.

  • The Troika of Tyranny: Neoconservatives Take Charge of Trump’s Latin America Policies14/06/19

    Radio Havana Cuba’s Roberto Bastidas speaks with Gary Prevost of the College St. Benedict / St. John’s University.

  • RHC's weekly feature 'My Reflections on the Revolution'13/06/19

    Cuban diplomat Giraldo Mazola recalls his experiences of the early years of the Cuban Revolution.

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  • Connecting the Dots between Necons and the World Order11/06/19

    A weekly feature brought by Mike Hudson about curious historic events.

  • Cuba and Puerto Rico: Two wings of the same bird10/06/19

    RHC's weekly feature dedicated to the independence of Puerto Rico, brought by Rosa Meneses Albizu Campos, granddaughter of the Puerto Rican patriot Pedro Albizu Campos.

  • Johana Tablada: every US citizen who visits Cuba realizes right away that we are far from being the enemy that Washington describes07/06/19

    Journalist Roberto Bastidas speaks with Johana Tablada, deputy director for the United States at the Cuban Foreign Ministry.

  • For Cubans, betrayal is not an option06/06/19

    The Cuban Foreign Ministry released a statement on Wednesday, in response to the new restrictions issued by the Donald Trump administration on travel by US citizens to Cuba. Up next, Radio Havana Cuba brings you the full text of the declaration.

  • RHC's program 'Connecting the Dots'04/06/19

    A weekly feature brought by Mike Hudson about Washington's long history of capturing, interrogating, torturing and assassinating political opponents around the world.

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  • Ricardo Alarcón says Helms Burton guarantees the eternity of the confrontation between the U.S. and Cuba04/06/19

    Journalist Roberto Bastidas talks with Ricardo Alarcon, a former Cuban diplomat and historical figure. They talk about the U.S. blockade and the implications of the Helms-Burton Law.

  • RHC's Arts Roundup12/07/19

    An exhibition of the works of Rembrandt has been inaugurated in Havana to celebrate 117 years of diplomatic relations between Cuba and the Netherlands.

  • RHC's Arts Roundup10/07/19

    Cuba and Vietnam celebrate 60 years of diplomatic ties with a cultural gala of both countries' folk song, music and dance.

  • RHC's Arts Roundup09/07/19

    The International Underwater Photography Competition IMASUB 2019 is taking place until Jul 13, in María La Gorda, Cuba.

  • RHC's Arts Roundup02/07/19

    The Cabrales del Valle House of Photography, or in Spanish La Casa del Fotografo Cabrales del Valle is currently presenting a collective exhibition of photography entitled I Love Havana at The Gallery of Modern Art or La Galería de Arte Moderno.

  • RHC's Arts Roundup27/06/19

    A wide variety of titles of all genres, as well as authors and publishing houses will represent Cuba during the International Book Fair in Lima, Peru, the Cuban Book Chamber has announced.

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  • RHC's Arts Roundup21/06/19

    The exhibition Connecting Spontaneous Expressions opens on Friday, June 21st., in Cuba for the second consecutive year, with the presence in Havana of marginal art projects from Germany and Belgium.

  • RHC's Arts Roundup19/06/19

    When the US measures against Cuba are being intensified and the visits of Americans to the Finca Vigía Museum, where the author of the 'Old Man and the Sea' lived for more than 20 years, have been affected by the arbitrariness of that Government against the Island, the 17th. Ernest Hemingway International Colloquium is going ahead in Havana from the 20th to the 23rd of this month, at the Riviera Hotel.

  • RHC's Arts Roundup10/06/19

    22 Swiss artists are exhibiting a selection of paintings, installations, photographs and utilitarian objects here in Havana.

  • European Economy shrinks!13/07/19

    An old saying notes that when the United States sneezes the world catches cold and the poor lay down with pneumonia. And that is exactly what is happening nowadays with the chaotic trend of the world's main economy.

  • It is prohibited to forget10/07/19

    The massacres and killings by the military dictatorships in this hemisphere, in the 1970s and 80s, is a permanent source of pain, as it is also a source of shame and horror that so many victims did not receive justice and that their murderers did not receive any retribution.

  • Bolsonaro's Mistakes09/07/19

    One hundred and fifty two million children are the victims in our world of child labor, a very grave problem much present in Latin America, where the number of children forcibly engaged in labor numbers not less than ten million.

  • Cuba’s zero tolerance to drug trafficking04/07/19

    The most recent United Nations report on drug trafficking in the world is far from encouraging. It notes that drug trafficking has grown at least fifty percent, while the number of overdose victims skyrocketed to 585 thousand in 2017.

  • US academic not surprised that Trump Administration has made it more difficult for Americans to travel to Cuba21/06/19

    Roberto Bastidas talks Patrick Iber, a professor with the history department at the university of wisconsin.

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  • Historic register of the displaced!21/06/19

    Hunger, misery, disease, wars and even the consequences of climate change rank among the reasons that increasingly force human beings to abandon their places of birth or of residence in search for some other location where they will be able to solve their problems or feel they will have better opportunities for survival.

  • What is going on in the Congo?20/06/19

    Pushed into a dark corner of world's wide reality, which in fact has much to do with informational situations, the multi-sided conflict in the Congo demands urgent attention given the enormous number of actual and potential victims involved.

  • China-US trade war expands!19/06/19

    President Donald Trump, of the United States, has taken a new step towards the aggravation of the trade war against the Peoples Republic of China on issuing a ban, effective on all US enterprises, on the use of telecommunications systems and equipment manufactured by foreign companies that represent a risk to the security of the United States.

  • Migration and defense, top issues in European elections14/06/19

    Elections for the European parliament took place between May twenty three to the twenty sixth, and most of the debates were centered on issues such as the waves of migrants and ways to fend them off, or the creation of a common army for the protection of the continental block

  • Has Trump been deceived about Venezuela?13/06/19

    Some US news agencies have just published information about President Donald Trump, supposedly feeling frustrated and deceived by the information he receives from his closest collaborators about Venezuela, where all his plans to overthrow the legitimate Government of that nation and defeat the Bolivarian Revolution have failed one after another.

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  • Brexit: A very bad inheritance!11/06/19

    After two full years and almost eleven months on the job, Theresa May has formally resigned her post as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom and leader of the Tory Party, the conservatives, without having been able to achieve what was considered to be her main task, which was to formalize the divorce of Britain from the European Union.

  • Brazil: armed to the teeth!10/06/19

    Security begins at home, as claimed by the ultra rightist President of Brazil, Jair Bolsonaro, who has just authorized a wide sector of the Brazilian population to carry personal weapons with no restrictions.

  • Argentina learns of state-sponsored TERRORISM!04/06/19

    The crudest details about terror activities promoted by the Argentinean military dictatorship that ruled that South American nation from 1976 to 1983 are now becoming public during the trials against killers in military uniform that conducted widespread lethal repression in that South American country against the underground left wing organization known as MONTONEROS.

  • Diaz Canel: No imperialist policy will deter Cuba15/07/19

    Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel delivered the closing remarks to the 3rd ordinary session of the National Parliament, which passed three laws last Saturday, and elected the National Electoral Council, among other items on its agenda, after an intense week of work for lawmakers.

  • Cuban Parliament meets in full for 3rd Ordinary session of 9th Legislature13/07/19

    The National Assembly of People´s Power is voting this Saturday on the approval of the Electoral, Fisheries and National Symbols laws, whose bills were submitted to ample discussion by lawmakers this week.

  • Cuban lawmakers prepare bills for weekend legislature vote12/07/19

    Cuban lawmakers are meeting on Friday for consultations on bills that will be submitted to the plenary of the legislature over the weekend for a vote.

  • President Miguel Diaz-Canel says Cuba’s economy is moving forward09/07/19

    Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel stressed Monday that the island´s economy is moving forward despite the difficult international scenario and the tightening of the U.S. blockade.

  • Cuba will resume health cooperation with El Salvador03/07/19

    The governments of El Salvador and Cuba began talks to resume the island´s medical cooperation with the Central American country, which includes the return of the successful ophthalmology mission.

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  • Angolan president pays official visit to Cuba01/07/19

    Angolan president João Lourenço is in Cuba for a two-day official visit, and he will hold bilateral talks with his Cuban counterpart, President Miguel Díaz-Canel.

  • Cuba strongly rejects inclusion in arbitrary US Report on Trafficking in Persons21/06/19

    The Cuban government has categorically rejected the inclusion of the island on a US list of country offenders of trafficking in persons.

  • President Miguel Díaz-Canel met in Havana with Lord David Triesman, co-president of Cuba Initiative19/06/19

    Lord David Triesman is heading a delegation of businessmen from the United Kingdom visiting the island.

  • Cuba and St. Lucia strengthen bilateral ties13/06/19

    The Prime Minister of St. Lucia, Allen Chastanet, received the Cuban Foreign Minister, Bruno Rodríguez, on Wednesday. During the encounter, both exchanged about the good status of bilateral relations, which will mark their 40th anniversary this year.

  • President Miguel Diaz-Canel says Cuba will never negotiate under pressure or threats11/06/19

    President Miguel Diaz Canel said Tuesday that Cuba will never negotiate with the United States under pressure and threats, in clear opposition to the aggressive policy dictated by the Donald Trump government against the Caribbean country.

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  • Cuba blasts latest measures by Trump Administration to further tighten blockade policy 06/06/19

    Cuba blasted a new package of measures implemented June 5th by the administration of U.S. president Donald Trump, aimed at further reversing progress in U.S.-Cuba ties under his predecessor Barack Obama.

  • Trump Administration adds new restrictions on Americans’ travel to Cuba, terminates people-to-people program04/06/19

    As part of its ongoing escalation against Cuba, at the request of president Trump, the US Treasury Department announced new restrictions on Tuesday on US travel to the island, banning some education and cultural trips.

  • RHC's Mailbag Show10/07/19

    In this program we not only acknowledge receipt of your reception reports and share your comments and suggestions with other listeners. We also answer your questions on the air.

  • RHC's Mailbag Show03/07/19

    In this program we not only acknowledge receipt of your reception reports and share your comments and suggestions with other listeners. We also answer your questions on the air.

  • RHC's Mailbag Show19/06/19

    In this program we not only acknowledge receipt of your reception reports and share your comments and suggestions with other listeners. We also answer your questions on the air.

  • RHC's Mailbag Show06/06/19

    In this program we not only acknowledge receipt of your reception reports and share your comments and suggestions with other listeners. We also answer your questions on the air.

  • RHC's Regular Program DXERS UNLIMITED, with Professor Arnaldo 'Arnie' Coro09/07/19

    RHC's feature dedicated to the fascinating world of radio communications.

  • RHC's Regular Program DXERS UNLIMITED, with Professor Arnaldo 'Arnie' Coro02/07/19

    RHC's feature dedicated to the fascinating world of radio communications.

  • RHC's Regular Program DXERS UNLIMITED, with Professor Arnaldo 'Arnie' Coro19/06/19

    RHC's feature dedicated to the fascinating world of radio communications.

  • RHC's Regular Program DXERS UNLIMITED, with Professor Arnaldo 'Arnie' Coro 04/06/19

    RHC's feature dedicated to the fascinating world of radio communications.

  • RHC's Caribbean Outlook Show12/07/19

    Following talks between the Venezuelan government and the opposition in Barbados earlier this week, mediated by Norway, Barbados ambassador to the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) David Comissiong praised the region for staying the non-interventionist course, in the face of pressure from larger nations bent on military intervention.

  • RHC's Caribbean Outlook Show05/07/19

    The 40th Regular Meeting of the Conference of Heads of Government of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) was held July 3rd through the 5th, in Saint Lucia.

  • RHC's Caribbean Outlook Show21/06/19

    The Secretary General of the Association of Caribbean States, Ambassador Dr June Soomer, is in Santiago de Cuba, attending the 16th international trade fair, Expo Caribe 2019.

  • RHC's Caribbean Outlook Show14/06/19

    Cuba’s Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez is currently on a tour of Caribbean countries, which has already taken him to Trinidad and Tobago, Saint Lucia and Guyana.

  • RHC's scientific and medical review15/07/19

    The 37th Inter-American Congress on Psychology (CIPCUBA2019) opened sessions Monday in Havana, with the attendance of experts from across the Americas.

  • RHC's scientific and medical review01/07/19

    The Cuban Hospital in Dukhan is a center of excellence in healthcare, with about 500 Cuban medical professionals providing more than 30 specialty services, Cuban ambassador in Qatar, Eumelio Caballero Rodriguez has said.

  • RHC's every other weekly program Focus on Africa10/06/19

    Today on FOCUS ON AFRICA, we have some news for you from the continent and we have some great African music, too... right here on Radio Havana Cuba.

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