Recently, American President Donald Trump announced that his government would be rolling back on the “one-sided deal” with the Cuban state.
The island is going through one of its toughest economic crisis, would becoming a part of the USA be a real solution?
Following close behind the timid entrance of the Internet in the Caribbean country comes the birth of a new generation of youngsters
Haitians request of permanent residence has tripled over the last ten years. However, it hasn't been easy to settle in Chile.
Things are far quieter on the south and west sides of the island, the latter being the prime spot for diving and snorkelling
Two decades after its unlikely revival, Lucy Walker's documentary film bids goodbye to the Cuban all-star group
The Cuban National Center for Sexual Education (Cenesex) will launch a campaign this year against homophobic and transphobic harassment.
In doing so, the island’s authorities resorted to the so-called Title III provision of the Puerto Rico Oversight, Management and Economic Stability Act
Sun, sand and socialism: The revolutionary economy is neither efficient nor fun
The adult literacy program developed in Cuba is now being used in more than 30 countries.
Check out these idyllic hidden beaches around Puerto Rico.
Yes they did! Daddy Yankee and Ednita Nazario joined the list of celebrities who already have a star on the Puerto Rico Walk of Fame.
A hunger for economic opportunity. An embrace of tourism. Hope in a new era of normalized relations with the United States.
You know things are going pretty well when the big family argument is over whether to splash in the rain forest waterfall or loll around on the white-sand beach.
Experts say the changes in the young market illustrate not so much a lack of passengers, but the rush of airlines into new territory with an abundance of seats the market could not possibly fill.
Puerto Rico understood education is the perfect weapon to confront violence against women.
There are now more than 240 public access wi-fi spots dotted around the country and the price for an hour of internet access, while still expensive by international standards, has dropped by more than half, to $1.50 (£1.20) for an hour.
A year from now — on February 24 — something is expected to occur in Cuba that hasn’t happened in more than 40 years: a non-Castro will occupy the presidency.
An ingenious answer to digital deprivation. like citizens of most countries in the digital age, Cubans are familiar with app stores. But theirs have actual doors
This week’s question: Have you ever been to Cuba? Do you plan to go? Why or why not?
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