The time in Havana, Cuba
Havana, Cuba.-US companies like American Airlines and American Express have expressed their expectations about operating in Cuba following the reestablishment of relations between Washington and Havana.
American airlines president Scott Kirby said on Tuesday that "We don't have anything to announce today, but we will be anxious to start serving Cuba as soon as it's legally allowed," The Associated Press reported.
Havana, Cuba.-The "Integrating school-family-community" symposium is one of the busiest in the world event Pedagogy 2015 as it has more than 140 papers for discussion, of which a considerable part is about the Cuban experience:
Transforming to educate. Mariano Isla, coordinator of the debate, spoke with AIN about the progress of this project consisting of two parts: one, revitalizing the School Councils and the other, resuming talks of the Family Education School.
Havana, Cuba.-The Cuban government as effectively advanced the fight against drug trafficking organizations, which have kept away from the country, said assistant secretary of state for International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs William Brownfield.
According to a report by Cubadebate website, Brownfield said that the amount of narcotics travelling through Cuba is minimum, both aimed at the United States or any other country. The fight on drug trafficking was one of the issues for possible cooperation addressed during the first round of talks between Cuba and the United States, held in Havana January 21 and 22.