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Varadero, now and always very pleasant … and safe

CubaPLUSMagazine Magazine Security is one of the most important strengths of Varadero today, considered among the best beaches in the world...

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Tourism Ministers Want Incoming Travelers to Be Screened For COVID-19

State tourism ministers are going to press for international travelers to be screened for COVID-19. Mexico’s association of tourism...

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Tourism Board Launches Innovation Challenge for New Business

Belizean students and recent graduates from tourism management and business classes can land 10 thousand dollars from the Belize Tourism...

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The Best Places to Visit in Havana

Havana, Cuba’s capital, is full of charming places that attract both local and foreign holidaymakers, due to their beauty, scenarios...

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Puerto Rico Heightens Mask Restrictions and Business Curfews

Puerto Rico’s government will institute local business curfews, suspend alcohol sales during evening hours and require mask usage in...

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Presidents Of 17 Countries to Attend CELAC Summit in Mexico

A total of 17 countries of the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (CELAC) will be represented by their heads of state or government at the VI Summit of the regional organization, to be held in Mexico, an official source informed on Sunday. Mexican Undersecretary of Foreign Affairs, Maximiliano Reyes Zúñiga, said on his...

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9/11 anniversary: Biden calls for unity as US remembers attacks

US President Joe Biden has urged unity as his country remembers the victims of the 2001 11 September attacks. In a video released on the eve of the 20th anniversary, he paid tribute to the 2,977 people who lost their lives. “We honour all those who risked and gave their lives in the minutes, hours, …...

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Varadero, now and always very pleasant … and safe

CubaPLUSMagazine Magazine Security is one of the most important strengths of Varadero today, considered among the best beaches in the world according to TripAdvisor, which highlights its blue waters, its fine sand and its beautiful landscapes, which confirms that destination as the main Cuban resort and among the first in the Caribbean....

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Haiti Prosecutor Seeks to Charge PM In Killing, Is Replaced

A new chief prosecutor was sworn in Tuesday just hours after his predecessor asked a judge to charge Prime Minister Ariel Henry in the...

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UNHCR Warns of Unprecedented Displacement in Central America And Mexico

Central America and Mexico are facing “unprecedented pressure” as the number of people seeking international protection rises and...

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Two Former Generals in Guatemala Will Stand Trial on Genocide, Crimes Against Humanity

Manuel Benedicto Lucas and Manuel Antonio Callejas are accused in relation to massacres in the northern Quiche region, home to many...

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Suspected Terrorists Crossing Border ‘At A Level We Have Never Seen Before,’ Outgoing Border Patrol Chief Says

Unprecedented numbers of known or suspected terrorists have crossed the southern border in recent months, the outgoing Border Patrol chief...

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Supreme Court Denies Biden Administration Efforts to End ‘Remain in Mexico’ Policy

The program had previously left tens of thousands of Central American migrants waiting in tent cities where they were often subjected to...

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Airlines

Costa Rica Has Detained 400 People for Fake Covid Tests

Costa Rican authorities have apprehended 400 passengers on suspicion that they presented falsified coronavirus test results when trying to...

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Airlines

Cubana Won’t Cease Operations as IATA Pulls Billing Plan Access

Last week, the International Air Transport Association (IATA) suspended Cubana de Aviación from its Billing and Settlement Plan (BSP),...

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Airlines

Iberia Resumes Daily Costa Rica Flights

Iberia has resumed its daily nonstop flight to Costa Rica from Spain, the airline announced. The increase in flights — from five to seven...

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COVID-19 Infections Spread Through Gorillas at Atlanta Zoo

Atlanta’s zoo says at least 13 western lowland gorillas have tested positive for COVID-19, including 60-year-old Ozzie, the oldest male...

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Taiwan Foreign Ministry Mum on Vaccine Exports to Diplomatic Ally Belize

Taiwan’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) on Saturday (Aug. 28) refused to provide any further details after Belizean Minister of...

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St. Vincent Receives Shipment of Protective Equipment to Fight COVID-19

The Government of St. Vincent and the Grenadines has received a shipment of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) to support its national...

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Panama’s Congress Approves Medical Cannabis Bill in Unanimous Vote

Panama’s national assembly unanimously passed a bill on Monday that would regulate the use of medical cannabis, making it the first...

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Mexico Expels Central American Migrants to Rural Guatemala

The town of El Ceibo is but a little speck along the Guatemala-Mexico line. Retailers work at a handful of stores catering primarily to...

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Haiti Former First Lady Calls for Help in Unraveling Husband’s Murder

The widow of Haiti’s slain President Jovenel Moise called on the international community to help track down those responsible for...

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Health Officials Plead for Vaccine Donations to Latin America And the Caribbean

Officials of the World Health Organization on Wednesday called on countries with a surplus of Covid-19 vaccines to speed up donations of...

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Mexico Arrests Drug Cartel Leader Expelled By US

One of the notorious Arellano Felix brothers from Mexico has been rearrested on his arrival in his homeland after being deported from the...

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An Open Letter to President Biden on COVID-19 Vaccines for Cuba

Cuba would be better prepared to cope with the pandemic if US sanctions are lifted to allow for medical supplies. Dear President Joe Biden:...

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Biden Administration Takes First Step to Increase Staffing at The US Embassy in Havana

The State Department is allowing diplomats at its U.S. Embassy in Havana to be accompanied by some adult family members, in a first step...

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Central America Migrants Disoriented by US Expulsion Flights

Hundreds of Central American migrants _ many families with young children _ expelled by the United States on flights deep into southern...

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One dead, several missing as Tropical Storm Nora lashes Mexico

Tropical Storm Nora continues to lash Mexico’s Pacific coast with torrential rains and heavy winds, a day after causing floods and...

Business

UK Signs Partnership in Central America To Boost Trade

UK Export Finance has launched a new partnership with the Central American Bank for Economic Integration to support the development of...

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Business

Once Again, Remittances Set A New Record; July’s Total Up 28% At US $4.54 Billion

Remittances sent to Mexico hit a new monthly record of US $4.54 billion in July, a 28.6% increase compared to the same month last year. It...

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Business

El Salvador Congress Backs $150 Mln Fund for Bitcoin Ahead of Adoption

El Salvador’s Congress on Tuesday approved a law to create a $150 million fund to facilitate conversions from bitcoin to U.S. dollars...

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Health

Avon Brand Continues to Set Trends in the World of Cosmetics

Advancing the development of new technologies aimed at meeting the aesthetic needs of its customers, while contributing to maintaining a...

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Health

COVID-19 Virus Is Air-Transmitted and Can Spread Beyond Two Meters, CDC Says

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) acknowledged on Friday that the SARS-CoV-2 virus behind the coronavirus pandemic...

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11 Carnivore Diet Benefits: Why You Need to Try It

“You can’t do the carnivore diet, you’ll get scurvy!”  I’ve heard this way too many times. People are terrified of adopting the...

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