Veteran British band are the first major international rock act to perform on the island
The band are set to play their first gig in the country, where their music had previously been banned from TV and radio stations
It’s not uncommon for a Cuban family to have close relatives who lost their lives trying to escape across the sea to America. Cuba has a long way to go - but this might be a start
Cruises will start again as relations warm between the US and Cuba.
Mr Obama said his coming to Cuba was a chance to 'bury the last remnants of the Cold War in the Americas'
Mr Obama’s three-day stay will not of itself automatically bring improvement in Cuba’s treatment of dissidents
Viva la Cuba - 1950s cars and casas particulares could be a thing of the past
The visit is the culmination of a dramatic realignment in the relationship between the two countries
Starwood will be the first US firm to return to Cuba since the 1959 revolution
These measures have been announced ahead of President Barack Obama's historic trip to Havana next week.
After decades of distrust, the recent thaw between Havana and Washington has raised hopes of increased sporting engagement
The virus has spread across Central and South America since October 2015
Cruise ships have an agreement with the Coast Guard to go to the help of troubled vessels
The missile mistakenly ended up in the Communist country after travelling in the cargo hold of a commercial Air France flight
The money will be counted as Overseas Development Assistance
Ten Yemeni men held at Guantanamo Bay were sent to Oman on Thursday