Small enterprises, such as pizzerias in Havana, are springing up all over Cuba after 2011 licensing changes and relaxed US restrictions on tourism
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A freight train from China has arrived in Madrid after an epic 8,111-mile rail trip inaugurates the longest rail link in the world.
With more Cubans being allowed to start up restaurants, hotels and shops, the beautiful colonial quarter is getting a much-needed injection of new blood