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  • U.S. Scholar: Washington's policy towards Cuba throughout history has been a mistake18/09/18

    Up next, we bring statements by a U.S. expert on security and intelligence, talking about Washington's blockade against Cuba.

  • ICAP marks 20th anniversary of Cuban Five's incarceration in the U.S.13/09/18

    September 12, 1998 – 20 years ago – the Cuban Five were arrested in Miami, beginning their long ordeal in U.S. prisons.

  • Havana hosts international conference on the economy of Latin America and the Caribbean12/09/18

    We report on a major international conference here in Havana on the economy of Latin America and the Caribbean.

  • UNESCO: Cuba is an example to the world in education07/09/18

    September 8th is the international Day of Literacy, established by UNESCO, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization. With more on the celebration of this day here in Cuba is Juan Jacomino.

  • Cuban nationals abroad have their say in writing the country's new Magna Carta06/09/18

    In statements to Radio Havana Cuba, Ernesto Soberón, Director for Consular Affairs and Cuban Residents Abroad of the Cuban Foreign Ministry (MINREX), offered details about how Cubans residing abroad can participate actively in the current process to reform our country's Magna Carta.

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  • PAHO/WHO: promoting traditional, complementary and integrative medicine05/09/18

    Now we will hear from Susana de Calvo of RHC’s Spanish Language Department speaking with Dr. Anna Coates, the head of the office for equity, gender and cultural diversity with PAHO/WHO.

  • Díaz-Canel: the inauguration of a new school year in Cuba is a happy event04/09/18

    We bring excerpts of the statements by Cuban President Miguel Díaz-Canel during a tour of Old Havana, where he attended the official ceremony for the inauguration of the school year 2018-2019 in Cuba.

  • Draft Constitution and the recognition of several forms of ownership in Cuba25/08/18

    The recognition in the proposed new constitution for Cuba of the existence on the island of several forms of ownership, from state to cooperative to private, is among the many changes included in the new text.

  • Cuban historian: the public debate is a fundamental step in any constitutional reform process16/08/18

    The island-wide discussion on Cuba's new Constitution is now underway... getting started on Monday – and going until November 15th. Up next, Juan Jacomino continues to bring us more details and comments by Cuban personalities on this historic and unprecedented democratic process.

  • Cuban media follows closely the public debate on the draft Constitution16/08/18

    As most of our listeners know, the public debate on Cuba's new draft constitution is well underway, with discussions taking place in workplaces and communities across the island. As part of our coverage of these important debates – a demonstration of participatory democracy – Radio Havana Cuba's Juan Jacomino brings us more.

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  • Fidel Castro: “I'm not important. It is the six million Cubans back home that follow this visit who matter to me"13/08/18

    As we mark this Monday the 92nd anniversary of the birth of Fidel Castro, in a token of respect and of appreciation for the care that Fidel always showed for the Cuban people, we share with the listeners of Radio Havana Cuba the words of a young Fidel Castro as in April of 1959 he chatted with journalists at National Press Club building in Washington.

  • Eusebio Leal: the public debate on the draft of constitution allows for advancing towards a stronger, more united nation13/08/18

    As many of our listeners know, the Cuban people begin this Monday, August 13th, the process of debating changes to our country's Constitution. This public consultation process runs all the way until the month of November. Up next, Radio Havana Cuba's Juan Jacomino brings us more comments by prominent Cubans on the importance of this debate.

  • Cuban-American: our participation in the constitutional reform process can help us find the way to talk with just one voice09/08/18

    We bring part II of an interview with two visitors to our studios – Albert Fox, Jr. and Vicente Amor-- president and vice president, respectively, of the Alliance for Responsible Cuba Policy Foundation, a nonprofit organization formerly based in Washington, DC, and now headquartered in Tampa, Florida.

  • Cuban-Americans need to put pressure on their senators and congresspeople to change U.S.-policy towards Cuba 09/08/18

    We bring part I of an interview with two visitors to our studios – Albert Fox, Jr. and Vicente Amor-- president and vice president, respectively, of the Alliance for Responsible Cuba Policy Foundation, a nonprofit organization formerly based in Washington, DC, and now headquartered in Tampa, Florida.

  • Cubans living abroad will have a say in writing Constitution09/08/18

    Statements to Radio Havana Cuba by Ernesto Soberón, director of Consular Affairs with the Cuban Foreign Ministry, about the Cuban government's announcement that Cuban nationals living abroad will be given the chance to participate in debates around the proposed draft of a new Carta Magna.

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  • Manuel Zelaya: We are here to defend regional peoples, their conquests and their rights03/08/18

    Former Honduran president Manuel Zelaya was one of the world political figures, who participated here in Havana in the recently held 24th Encounter of the Sao Paulo Forum.

  • Lisbon hosts World Esperanto Congress03/08/18

    Our colleague Ariadna García, from the Esperanto Department has a special report. She is in Lisbon, Portugal, attending a major Esperanto event there.

  • Kenyan patient: Cuban doctors instill in the sick faith in the medical practice03/08/18

    Radio Havana Cuba's Juan Jacomino talks with Steve Mbugua, a Kenyan who is here in Havana for medical treatment. Steve was here in March, and spoke with us then, when he accompanied the Kenyan president on an official visit, and he has now returned to Cuba and to our studios to talk with us once again.

  • Australian marine ecosystems expert says the burning of fossil fuel is ruining our marine ecosystems02/08/18

    We now brings you an interview done by reporter Juan Jacomino with Australian marine ecosystems expert Graeme Kelleher, during a recent visit by this well-known conservationist to Cuba as part of a delegation of the US organization Ocean Elders. Graeme Kelleher was the first chairman and CEO of the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority in Australia, serving in this capacity from 1979 to 1994.

  • Ramonet: Cuba is experiencing an interesting political moment with a new president and debates on a new Constitution02/08/18

    The Sao Paulo Forum was held here in Havana, the Cuban capital, a couple of weeks ago, with representatives of progressive movements around the world. Up next, we bring statements to Radio Havana Cuba by Spanish journalist and writer Ignacio Ramonet.

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  • Foreign Minister Bruno Rodríguez: Relations with France are a priority for Cuba30/07/18

    The French foreign minister paid an official visit to Havana over the weekend, meeting with Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel and his Cuban counterpart Bruno Rodriguez.

  • Cuban official: There can no be regional integration without the Caribbean28/07/18

    In statements to Radio Havana Cuba, an official with the Foreign Relations Department of the Cuban Communist Party's Central Committee speaks about the recently held 24th Annual Encounter of the Sao Paulo Forum in Havana and the Caribbean presence at the meeting.

  • Raul Castro calls on the Cuban people to be alert and united against any aggression26/07/18

    On Thursday, in Santiago de Cuba, thousands gathered in front of the former Moncada military garrison – now a school city – to commemorate the 65th anniversary of the attack by over 100 young men and women, led by Fidel Castro. Up next, we brings a report on the activity to celebrate the anniversary of the attack, on July 26th, 1953.

  • Rosa Meneses: We have to fight hard to build a new left movement in our countries24/07/18

    Radio Havana Cuba talks with Rosa Meneses Albizu Campos, the granddaughter of Pedro Albizu Campos, the historic leader of the Nationalist Party of Puerto Rico. Rosa Meneses, a fighter for the independence of her homeland, Puerto Rico, talks with Juan Jacomino about the Sao Paulo Forum, held here in Cuba last week.

  • Díaz-Canel: I'm a fortunate president for the extraordinary people I must serve and the exceptionality of those who preceded me23/07/18

    The regular legislative session of the National Assembly of People's Power wrapped up on Sunday, following two days of plenary sessions and debates on the reform of Cuba's Constitution.

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  • Kenny Anthony: Our mission is to spread the message that Fidel has left with us 23/07/18

    Cuba hosted the 24th Annual Meeting of the Sao Paulo Forum last week. The forum featured a plenary session devoted to the thoughts of Cuban Revolution leader, the late Fidel Castro.

  • Cuba renews its solidarity with Nicaragua20/07/18

    Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez headed our delegation to the celebrations of the 39th anniversary of the Sandinista Revolution, in Nicaragua on Thursday.

  • Machado Ventura: Unity among the left and progressive forces is urgently needed these days18/07/18

    The 24th Sao Paulo Forum came to an end on Tuesday here in Havana. The keynote address was delivered by José Ramón Machado Ventura, the second secretary of the Communist Party of Cuba.

  • Miguel Díaz-Canel: It is our duty to defend Our Americas18/07/18

    “It is our duty to defend Our Americas,” said Cuban president Miguel Díaz-Canel addressing Tuesday's closing plenary session of the 24th Annual Meeting of the Sao Paulo Forum, dedicated to Cuban Revolution leader, the late Fidel Castro. Other world leaders also took the floor to highlight the legacy of the Cuban revolutionary leader.

  • Dilma Rousseff: Lula is our hope16/07/18

    The 24th meeting of the Sao Paulo Forum got underway on Sunday here in the Cuban capital. Havana is host to more than 400 delegates from around Latin America and the Caribbean, as well as observers from around the world. Up next, here's Juan Jacomino with all the details.

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  • Fidel Castro: Neoliberalism is nobody's alternative14/07/18

    The 24th meeting of the Sao Paulo Forum gets underway here in the Cuban capital -- a gathering of many representatives of social movements and progressive forces in Latin America and the Caribbean. To commemorate this important meeting, we take a look at Sao Paulo forum which was held here in Havana back in 1993 – 25 years ago.

  • Puerto Rico: the resistance movements in the 21st century colony14/07/18

    Up next part-two of an interview aired on the Arts Round up by our very own Natalie Howard speaking to President of the National Lawyers Guild, Natasha Lycia Ora Bannan at the Fiesta del Fuego in Santiago de Cuba, this year dedicated to Puerto Rico.

  • Sao Paulo Forum advocates unity of the left to confront right-wing forces' attacks12/07/18

    Roberto Bastidas, from our Spanish-language service, speaks with Kenia Serrano, who served as president of ICAP for a number of years, the Cuban Friendship Institute. She talks about the upcoming Sao Paulo forum which will be held here in Havana.

  • Peace Boat to arrive in Cuba next week11/07/18

    Japan's Peace Boat is slated to dock in the port of Havana next Tuesday, July 17th.

  • Cuba to host 24th annual meeting of Sao Paulo Forum10/07/18

    Activists and leaders from progressive parties and groups will meet in the Cuban capital July 15th through the 17th for the 24th meeting of the Sao Paulo Forum.

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  • Student leader: Capitalism will never be the alternative in Cuba09/07/18

    The 9th Congress of Cuba's University Student Federation (FEU) ended on Sunday here in Havana. The closing session was attended by Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel and the First Secretary of the Communist Party of Cuba, Raul Castro.

  • Washington's blockade: the cornerstone of the U.S.-Cuba issue06/07/18

    RHC's Juan Jacomino talks with U.S. solidarity activist Gloria la Riva, who stopped by our studios here in Havana and talked about a wide range of issues, including work for social change in the United States and her own activism around Cuba solidarity work.

  • U.S. activist says that during this Cuba visit they got to see more about the effects of the U.S. blockade04/07/18

    RHC's Juan Jacomino talks with long-time solidarity activist Gloria la Riva, who stopped by our studios here at Radio Havana Cuba.

  • RHC's Arts Roundup18/09/18

    Dozens of interpreters from different generations gather every so often in Chile to recreate Victor Jara's compositions. They will meet in Santiago de Chile next Saturday 22 September.

  • RHC's Arts Roundup13/09/18

    Paying homage to the 90th anniversary of his birth, an exhibition of Alberto Korda's photographs opens on September 14 at the Fototeca de Cuba, located on Plaza Vieja in Old Havana.

  • RHC's Arts Roundup12/09/18

    Mercaderes is one of the oldest and most frequented streets in Old Havana. You can easily walk its four blocks, starting at Tacón Street near the Cathedral of Havana and ends at the historic Plaza Vieja. It is one of the best preserved streets of the historical core of the capital of Cuba. Narrow, cobbled and pedestrian with its immense doors of precious woods, its canopies and its old lamps.

  • RHC's Arts Roundup07/09/18

    Maestro Leo Brouwer, one of the essential names in the field of academic music, has been appointed Cultural Ambassador of the Latin Music Institute, founded in Mexico City in 1921.

  • RHC's Arts Roundup05/09/18

    Monday morning, the Cuban group Buena Fe performed, as they do every year, to the students of the Technological University of Havana Jose Antonio Echeverria, in the context of the beginning of the new academic period in Cuba. Buena Fe will perform again next Friday night, at the emblematic Havana´s seafront, the Malecon. The invitation is for all university students and followers in general to go directly from the classroom to the concert on September 7.

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  • RHC's Arts Roundup04/09/18

    Renown Cuban pianist Jesus Chucho Valdes has been included in the 2018 class of lifetime achievement awards by the Latin Recording Academy.

  • RHC's Arts Roundup20/07/18

    Annually, during the months of July and August, Art on the Rampa or Arte en la Rampa takes place, recognized as "The Cuban Culture Fair", in the central Havana Pavilion of the capital. This fair has become one of the most anticipated attractions of the summer season.

  • RHC's Arts Roundup13/07/18

    Today is world rock day. That’s Rock as in Rock and Roll! I think it’d fair to say that Rock music became popular in Latin America in 1950s and the 1960s. Mexican bands were the first to perform Spanish language versions of hits by the most important groups in the United States. LosTeen Tops, who are still around, had hits in Spanish like La Plaga and Pototitos. You can see them do these numbers on You Tube.

  • RHC's Arts Roundup10/07/18

    On July 9, the Cuban women’s choir, Ensemble Vocal Luna, under the direction of Wilmie Verrier, gave a special concert in Pretoria, South Africa, with a varied repertoire that included sacred music, Cuban songs and a traditional Zulu wedding song.

  • RHC's Arts Roundup09/07/18

    Peace Boat's 98th Global Voyage departed from Yokohama, Japan on May 8 and will return on August 22, 2018 after visiting as many as 25 ports in 23 countries. Marking 35 years of history as an organization, this anniversary voyage will pack favorite destinations in the northern hemisphere.

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  • RHC's Arts Roundup06/07/18

    The fifth edition of the Alternative Music Festival Ciudad del Mar began on July 5 in the Plaza de la Juventud in Cienfuegos with a great concert by the Karamba Group and David Blanco.

  • RHC's Arts Roundup04/07/18

    The German Film Week begins this Wednesday with the screening of the film En plena Alemania: NSU.

  • RHC's Arts Roundup02/07/18

    More than 700 artists and intellectuals from 26 countries are attending the 38th edition of the International Festival of the Caribbean or Fiesta del Fuego, which is being held from July 3 to 9 in the city of Santiago de Cuba, with Puerto Rico as the guest of honor.

  • Bolivia awaits for the sea18/09/18

    The President of Bolivia Evo Morales has called on the population to wait with serenity the ruling to be issued by the International Penal Court at The Hague, Holland, on Bolivia's historic claim demanding a sovereign outlet to the Pacific Ocean.

  • Hunger expands in the world!13/09/18

    On a planet that is able to produce enough foodstuffs to feed all its inhabitants, several factors are at work that expand the scourge of hunger, which affects one out of every nine inhabitants of the Earth, according to a joint report issued by five specialized United Nations agencies.

  • Do we have on course a general test of an aggression against Venezuela?07/09/18

    Ongoing right now near Colombia's Caribbean Coast is a naval and sea armed exercise known as UNITAS LIX, led by the United States with the participation of some Latin American nations. This so called exercise may be considered as a general test, if not the prelude, of a military attack on the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, whose coast is just miles away.

  • Donald Trump: playing with fire06/09/18

    The unpredictable President of the United States Donald Trump has decided to heighten the level of confrontation with some of the most important media organs in his country, a most dangerous idea since he is only two months away from the mid term elections, which will prove to be crucial for his tenure.

  • Macri decides to adjust the adjustment05/09/18

    With the real value of the Argentine peso on a free fall and an economy on the brink of recession, Argentine President Mauricio Macri is enforcing desperate measures and has turned the screw even further on his already anti-popular economic decisions, which are already worsening the tragic economic situation of the Argentine people, with a society on the brink of a huge explosion.

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  • Trump defines his priorities in the Middle East04/09/18

    President Donald Trump has decided to suspend all US contributions to the United Nations Agency for Palestinian Refugees, thus endangering the lives and the fundamental rights of millions of Palestinian citizens who suffer the permanent onslaught of the Israeli regime.

  • Guatemalans increasingly concerned over the rise in violence03/08/18

    Guatemalan society and that county's public opinion are voicing increasing concern over the rising levels of violence in that Central American nation, especially over the numerous murders of community leaders and defenders of human rights.

  • The strange legacy of Juan Manuel Santos02/08/18

    Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos will hand over his post to his successor, Iván Duque, on August 7th , following eight years of a polemics-riddled mandate, and it is forecast that the incumbent President will have to face many of its unwanted results.

  • Donald Trump blackmails the U.S. Congress02/08/18

    Following a well known Mexican song, President Donald Trump, now facing opposition to one of his plans against Mexico, is not stopping at the use of obscure, virtually illegal practices to overcome opposition to his plans through threats and blackmail.

  • Ignorance: Donald Trump's electoral trick31/07/18

    Even though the next presidential elections in the United States are still more than one year away, the electoral circus is already in full swing, especially within the Republican Party, where Mr. Donald Trump, a super millionaire, is showing that anyone with a knowledge of skulduggery may use its bag of tricks to his own advantage.

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  • The young girl who frightened Israel regains her freedom30/07/18

    Palestinian teenager Ahed Tamini, who ridiculed before the world the Israeli Security and Justice system, regained her freedom this past Sunday after serving almost eight months imprisonment for the quote violation unquote of slapping heavily armed Zionist soldiers who broke into her own backyard.

  • López Obrador: Austerity begins at home28/07/18

    Mexican President elect Andrés Manuel López Obrador made a stop in his busy political life to celebrate his overwhelming victory in the recently-held Mexican national elections, and continued his preparations for the coming period, which includes Republican austerity.

  • Fidel Castro, the irreplaceable leader26/07/18

    It is impossible to imagine such a really important date for Latin America and the Caribbean than the twenty sixth of July of 1953, without recalling the figure of Major Fidel Castro, the man who conceived and led the attack on the Batista tyranny's Moncada Barracks, in Santiago de Cuba, and on the Carlos Manuel de Cespedes garrison, in Bayamo city, a man who was able to turn a defeat into victory, thus ending five years later the decisive battle that sealed the victory of the Cuban Revolution over the US supported tyranical regime of Fulgencio Batista.

  • Yemen: the ignored war24/07/18

    Even if for some time the war imposed on Yemen got big headlines in the Western press, no one now seems to recall that conflict, which still holds millions on the verge of death by hunger, including a huge number of children.

  • Mexico proposes a new relationship with the U.S.23/07/18

    The next President of Mexico, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, has announced that he has sent a letter to U.S. President Donald Trump in which he proposes a new bilateral relationship, particularly involving two key issues, migration flows and NAFTA, the North American Free Trade Agreement.

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  • Trump announces that he will seek re-election16/07/18

    Even though he has not covered half of his mandate, and with a world sick and tired of his eccentricities, President Donald Trump has disclosed in the United Kingdom that he plans to seek reelection in the year 2020, claiming that he has no rival to his post.

  • Spain attempts to banish the ghost of the tyrant Franco14/07/18

    Over forty years after the death of the Spanish fascist tyrant Francisco Franco, Spain is still striving to finally eradicate his phantom, and exorcise his name and terrible deeds from the tens of thousands of families who suffered his atrocities and who are still seeking official redress in the face of official indifference.

  • Fuel prizes go up and Haiti burns!12/07/18

    The huge increase in fuel prices in Haiti, a measure imposed by the International Monetary Fund on the government of President Jovenel Moise, sparked a popular uprising over the weekend, followed by a two day general strike against that measure.

  • The end of a forgotten war11/07/18

    An armed conflict that very few people in the world recall, the bloody war between Ethiopia and its neighbor Eritrea, formally ended this week when these two nations that share the so called African horn signed a joint declaration of peace and friendship and vouched to develop a close political, economic, social and cultural cooperation.

  • Yemen: The worst humanitarian crisis in the World06/07/18

    War, fueled from abroad, has caused the worst humanitarian crisis in the history of Yemen, with painful consequences for hundreds of thousands of victims, especially children and the aged. The tragedy for the Yemeni children is being monitored by the United Nations Children's Fund, UNICEF.

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  • Mexico: Hope won the bet02/07/18

    Manuel Andrés López Obrador has made come true that saying that all third tries come out the winners and became the President Elect of Mexico in a an election day termed as historic because of the massive attendance to the polls by citizens hoping for a better nation, with social justice for all and more balanced relations with all the countries in the area.

  • RHC's Segment 'The Real Story'12/07/18

    In this edition, we reflect on the essence of Washington's imperial tactics in our continent.

  • Process of constitutional debates continues throughout Cuba04:39 PM

    More than 80,000 debates, with nearly one million Cubans taking part, have been held thus far since the process of popular consultation of Cuba's new constitution began last August 13th.

  • President Miguel Díaz-Canel highlights broad public debates nationwide on draft of Cuban Constitution13/09/18

    Cuban president Miguel Díaz-Canel termed as broad and thorough the public debates on the proposed draft Constitution, taking place in workplaces and communities across Cuba since last August 13th.

  • Cuban President Miguel Díaz-Canel meets with visiting prime minister of Belize12/09/18

    Cuban President Miguel Díaz-Canel met Tuesday in Havana with the Right Honorable Dean Oliver Barrow, Prime Minister of Belize, who is on an official visit.

  • Cuba blasts attempt to use the UN Security Council against Nicaragua07/09/18

    Deputy Foreign Minister Abelardo Moreno has denounced attempts by the United States to use the UN Security Council to attack Nicaragua and ratified Cuba's rejection of that type of position.

  • Foreign minister Bruno Rodriguez meets with visiting Dominican deputy foreign minister 06/09/18

    Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez met Wednesday in Havana with the Dominican Republic’s deputy foreign minister in charge of Consular and Migratory Issues, Marjorie Espinosa. The Dominican high diplomatic officer is on an official visit to Cuba to participate in a round of bilateral migration talks.

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  • Cuba wins under-21 men's continental volleyball tournament05/09/18

    Cuba came up on top and obtained the only ticket to the 2019 World Volleyball Championships by beating the Dominican Republic in the final of the under-21 regional NORCECA Men's Continental Tournament in Havana this week.

  • Cuba blasts new version regarding alleged health incidents of US diplomats in Havana04/09/18

    The Cuban government rejected today a new version regarding alleged health incidents involving US diplomats in Havana. Reports in the US now point to the supposed use of microwave radiation in those incidents.

  • Cuban from all walks of life to discuss draft text of new constitution beginning August 1303/08/18

    Millions of Cubans will be discussing beginning August 13 and until November 15 a draft of national constitution. Yumil Rodríguez, a member of the Parliamentary Commission for Constitutional Reform, told the press the goal of this democratic exercise is to gather all opinions and questions that the population may have about the proposed new constitution before the final version is submitted to the National Assembly.

  • Newly announced regulations expected to expedite evaluation of foreign investment in Cuba02/08/18

    New modifying complementary rules to Law 188 on Foreign Investment will hopefully expedite the evaluation and authorization processes of foreign capital projects in Cuba.

  • President Miguel Díaz-Canel checks recovery in Ciego de Avila after rainfalls02/08/18

    President Miguel Diaz-Canel visited central Ciego de Ávila province on Tuesday to check on the ground the pace of recovery work in the territory following the devastation caused by the heavy rains during May and June.

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  • Bolivian president Evo Morales greets Raúl Castro on social media, praises Cuba's solidarity31/07/18

    Bolivian President Evo Morales made use of social media to greet the First Secretary of the Cuban Communist Party Raúl Castro and commend him and the entire Cuban people for their solidarity with other peoples around the world.

  • Cuban and Colombian foreign ministers meet in Havana30/07/18

    Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodríguez received his Colombian counterpart, María Ángela Holguín Cuéllar, who visited Havana over the weekend to meet with representatives of the National Liberation Army (ELN).

  • French foreign minister Jean Yves Le Drian visits Cuba 28/07/18

    Cuba's foreign minister, Bruno Rodríguez, is meeting Saturday with his French counterpart, Jean-Yves Le Drian, who is on an official two-day visit to the island.

  • French foreign minister to visit Cuba24/07/18

    French Foreign and European Affairs Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian will visit Cuba on July 28th and 29th, during which he will talk to Cuban authorities, official sources said in Havana.

  • Draft of Constitution ready for popular consultation in Cuba23/07/18

    Cuba’s National Assembly concluded on Sunday the second and last day of debates on a constitutional reform, with the approval of a drat text that will be submitted to popular consultations from August 13 through November 15.

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  • Cuba ratifies its unwavering support for Nicaragua20/07/18

    The First Secretary of the Central Committee of the Cuban Communist Party of Cuba, Raúl Castro, and President Miguel Díaz-Canel have congratulated Nicaragua, on the occasion of the 39th anniversary of the triumph of the Sandinista Popular Revolution.

  • Cuban lawmakers studying draft of new Constitution 18/07/18

    Beginning Wednesday, Cuban Parliamentary Commissions are devoting three working days to study the draft of the Constitution of the Republic, prior to its presentation next Saturday during the First Ordinary Session of the 9th Legislature of the National Assembly of People's Power.

  • Sao Paulo Forum pledges regional unity and integration 16/07/18

    With the opening of the 24th annual meeting of the Sao Paulo Forum on Sunday, Cuba became the capital of solidarity and commitment among progressive regional forces in the quest for a better future for Latin America and the Caribbean.

  • Ralph Gonsalves urges regional unity toward peace and sustainable development 14/07/18

    Visiting prime minister of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Ralph Gonsalves highlighted the pressing need for unity and integration of all Latin American and Caribbean states in order to achieve peace and sustainable development.

  • President Miguel Díaz-Canel receives prime minister of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines13/07/18

    Cuban President Miguel Díaz-Canel held official talks Friday in Havana with prime minister of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Ralph Gonsalves, who is here on an official visit.

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  • Cuba and the United States hold new round of migratory talks12/07/18

    A new round of migratory talks between Cuba and the United States was held on Wednesday in the U.S. Capital.

  • Joint Cuban, U.S. probe finds no evidence of sonic attacks11/07/18

    The Cuban Foreign Ministry has issued a statement calling on the U.S. government to stop the "political manipulation" of alleged health issues.

  • Cuba publishes new regulations for self-employment10/07/18

    Cuban authorities released on Tuesday new regulations that will govern the self-employment sector on the island. The new rules, which will enter into force on December 7, are grouped under several ministerial resolutions, decree-laws and decrees.

  • Cuban university students reaffirm loyalty to the Revolution 09/07/18

    The 9th Congress of the University Student Federation (FEU) ended in Havana Sunday with the presentation of the newly elected national secretariat and the acknowledgement of the historical leaders of the organization. The closing session was presided over by the first Secretary of the Cuban Communist Party, Raul Castro, and president Miguel Díaz-Canel.

  • President Diaz-Canel returns home after participating in 39th Meeting of heads of state of CARICOM06/07/18

    President Miguel Diaz-Canel has returned home to Cuba, after visiting Montego Bay, Jamaica, where he participated as guest in the 39th Regular Meeting of the Conference of Heads of Government of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM).

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  • President Díaz-Canel receives prime minister of the Commonwealth of Dominica04/07/18

    President Miguel Díaz-Canel Bermúdez met Tuesday in Havana with the prime minister of the Commonwealth of Dominica, Roosevelt Skerrit, who is visiting Cuba.

  • President Díaz-Canel congratulates López Obrador on his electoral victory in Mexico02/07/18

    Cuban president Miguel Díaz Canel has sent a message of congratulations to Andrés Manuel López Obrador, on his landslide victory in Mexico's presidential elections on Sunday.

  • RHC's Mailbag Show02/08/18

    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 Show28/07/18

    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 Show24/07/18

    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 Show18/07/18

    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 Show14/07/18

    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.

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  • RHC's Mailbag Show11/07/18

    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 Show04/07/18

    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' Coro 04:37 PM

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

  • RHC's Regular Program DXERS UNLIMITED, with Professor Arnaldo 'Arnie' Coro04/09/18

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

  • RHC's Regular Program DXERS UNLIMITED, with Professor Arnaldo 'Arnie' Coro 28/07/18

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

  • RHC's Regular Program DXERS UNLIMITED, with Professor Arnaldo 'Arnie' Coro24/07/18

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

  • RHC's Regular Program DXERS UNLIMITED, with Professor Arnaldo 'Arnie' Coro 14/07/18

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

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  • RHC's Regular Program DXERS UNLIMITED, with Professor Arnaldo 'Arnie' Coro10/07/18

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

  • RHC's segment 'Voice of José Martí'12/09/18

    Part One of our series focused largely on the War Diaries of Martí, ending with his death on May 19, 1895. In Part Two we were relating Martí’s observations and views on North American life. In Part 3 of our series we are featuring profiles of Martí in the writings of famous authors both of his own time and those who wrote later.

  • RHC's Segment 'The Voice of José Martí'18/07/18

    In Part 3 of our series we are featuring profiles of Martí in the writings of famous authors both of his own time and those who wrote later.

  • RHC's Segment 'The Voice of José Martí'11/07/18

    In Part 3 of our series we are featuring profiles of Martí in the writings of famous authors both of his own time and those who wrote later.

  • RHC's Segment 'The Voice of José Martí'04/07/18

    In Part 3 of our series we are featuring profiles of Martí in the writings of famous authors both of his own time and those who wrote later.

  • RHC's Caribbean Outlook Show07/09/18

    China's Belt and Road Initiative offers "many benefits" and "more investment" for Latin America and the Caribbean, according to the head of the United Nations Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC).

  • RHC's Caribbean Outlook Show03/08/18

    A new research report from the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) cautions that climate change is expected to significantly reduce fisheries globally by 2050, including in the Caribbean.

  • RHC's Caribbean Outlook Show20/07/18

    We bring a special edition of the Caribbean Outlook Show on occasion of the 24th Annual Meeting of the Sao Paulo Forum, held earlier this week here in the Cuban capital.

  • RHC's Caribbean Outlook Show13/07/18

    At the just-concluded 39th Regular Meeting of the Conference of Heads of Government of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM), held in Jamaica, heads of Government of the Community put measures in place to fast-track the full implementation of the CARICOM Single Market and Economy (CSME). Among the strategies is a special meeting of CARICOM Heads to focus solely on the issue, set for November in Trinidad and Tobago.

  • RHC's Caribbean Outlook Show06/07/18

    This is a special edition of the Caribbean Outlook Show, dedicated to the 39th Regular Meeting of the Conference of Heads of Government of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) that held sessions July 4th through the 6th in Montego Bay, Jamaica.

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  • RHC's Scientific and Medical Report30/07/18

    The development, promotion and use of nuclear energy and technology for peaceful purposes centered debates at an international forum held in the Cuban capital, organized by Cuba's Agency for Nuclear Energy and Advanced Technologies (AENTA).

  • RHC's Segment 'Focus on Africa'23/07/18

    On this edition of FOCUS ON AFRICA, we'll take a look at the recent African Union Summit held in Mauritania. And we'll feature some great music from the African continent.

  • RHC's Music Program 'Music with a Message' 28/07/18

    RHC's segment dedicated to music and lyrics with social content. This week's edition features the music and the message of Cuba's New Song Movement --revolutionary songs from the 1960s and 70s.

  • RHC's weekly feature 'Breakthrough'28/07/18

    RHC's regular feature on science, technology and the environment with Professor Arnaldo 'Arnie' Coro.

  • RHC's Segment on Literature 'From The Bookshelf'13/09/18

    In our program today we are continuing an excerpted series of the book by James J. O’Kelly entitled Mambi Land and published by J. B. Lippincott and Company in 1874.

  • RHC's Segment on Literature 'From The Bookshelf'12/07/18

    In our program today we are continuing an excerpted series of the book by James J. O’Kelly entitled Mambi Land and published by J. B. Lippincott and Company in 1874.

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