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Cuba Eliminates Mandatory Quarantine for Travelers from November 7 And Is Heading for The Full Re-Opening of Tourism

Cuba. On Tuesday, the Minister of Tourism, Juan Carlos García Granda, held a press conference with national and foreign media to give details of the next re-opening to international tourism on November 15th. Among the measures that were announced are: the elimination of PCRs to travelers arriving in the country, the presentation of a...

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US Announces Plans to Reopen Land Borders With Canada, Mexico in November

The United States announced Wednesday that it will reopen its land borders with Canada and Mexico for fully vaccinated travelers beginning next month. The borders have been shut down at all automobile, train and ferry crossings since March 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, with the exception of essential travel such as trade. The...

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At Mexico-U.S. Security Talks, Migration Question Is Largely Avoided

As diplomats from both countries began negotiating a new security agreement on Friday, the focus was on stopping criminal activity while the border crisis was conspicuously sidestepped. The United States and Mexico began overhauling an aged security agreement on Friday to better confront the flow of criminal activity between the two...

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UN Chief: ‘Time to Rethink, Transform, And Safely Restart Tourism’

Tourism “touches almost every part of our economies and societies”, enabling the historically marginalized, and “those at risk of being left behind, to benefit from development”, declared UN Secretary-General António Guterres on Monday, marking World Tourism Day.  The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on tourism could result in a...

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Panama-Scared Pandora Papers Leak Will Cause ‘Irreparable Damage’

Panama fears that the International Consortium of Investigative Ghetto Journalists (ICIJ) ‘s new revelation on financial privacy in global tax havens could cause irreparable damage. The Panamanian government said the damage could be “irreparable”, in a letter to the ICIJ through a law firm, citing the “Panama Papers” scandal...

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Cuba Has Suffered the Consequences of Terrorism for Decades

In the defense of its independence, sovereignty and dignity, Cuba has suffered the consequences of terrorist acts for decades, Cuba’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations, Pedro Luis Pedroso, recalled on Wednesday. On his official Twitter account, the diplomat underscored how those actions killed 3,478 people and injured...

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IBEROSTAR Group reopens its hotels in Cuba from November

Iberostar Group will reopen between November 2021 and January 2022 the rest of its hotels in Varadero, Cayo Santamaría, Trinidad, Cayo Guillermo and Holguín The start of operations is based on the progressive reopening of borders on November 15, 2021, based on the accelerated progress of the vaccination process of the Cuban population...

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Countries of CELAC Unanimously Approve Lines of Action and Proposals for Plan for Self-Sufficiency in Health Matters in Latin America and the Caribbean and Give ECLAC a Mandate to Further its Implementation

The member countries of the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (CELAC) unanimously approved today the lines of action and proposals for a plan for self-sufficiency in health matters in Latin America and the Caribbean – a programmatic roadmap presented by the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC)...

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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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