Cuba's New President [World Service]

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Miguel D\u00edaz-Canel is being sworn in as the new president of Cuba

BBC OS gives a vibrant account of the day's events with explanation and reaction from those involved.

Cuba has a new president, ending nearly sixty years of rule by the Castro family. His name is Miguel Díaz-Canel. We'll bring you live coverage form Cuba. Also, why is #LazyNigerianYouths trending in Nigeria? And we will speak to former flight attendants about safety when flying. That comes after the South West Airlines emergency landing on Tuesday.

(Photo: Miguel Díaz-Canel. Credit: Getty Images)

Cuba has a new president, ending nearly sixty years of rule by the Castro family. His name is Miguel Díaz-Canel. We'll bring you live coverage form Cuba. Also, why is #LazyNigerianYouths trending in Nigeria? And we will speak to former flight attendants about safety when flying. That comes after the South West Airlines emergency landing on Tuesday. (Photo: Miguel Díaz-Canel. Credit: Getty Images)

Miguel D\u00edaz-Canel is being sworn in as the new president of Cuba

BBC OS gives a vibrant account of the day's events with explanation and reaction from those involved.

Cuba has a new president, ending nearly sixty years of rule by the Castro family. His name is Miguel Díaz-Canel. We'll bring you live coverage form Cuba. Also, why is #LazyNigerianYouths trending in Nigeria? And we will speak to former flight attendants about safety when flying. That comes after the South West Airlines emergency landing on Tuesday.

(Photo: Miguel Díaz-Canel. Credit: Getty Images)

Miguel D\u00edaz-Canel is being sworn in as the new president of Cuba

BBC OS gives a vibrant account of the day's events with explanation and reaction from those involved.

Cuba has a new president, ending nearly sixty years of rule by the Castro family. His name is Miguel Díaz-Canel. We'll bring you live coverage form Cuba. Also, why is #LazyNigerianYouths trending in Nigeria? And we will speak to former flight attendants about safety when flying. That comes after the South West Airlines emergency landing on Tuesday. (Photo: Miguel Díaz-Canel. Credit: Getty Images)