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US Agriculture Organization Looks for Business Opportunities in Cuba

Representatives of the main US agricultural organization explore the opportunities Cuba offers in agribusiness, with the purpose of establishing bilateral commercial exchanges. The delegation, on a visit to the island since Sunday, is composed of 95 representatives of the la U.S. Agriculture Coalition for Cuba (USACC), created after the announcement made by Presidents Raul Castro […] Continue reading

Fidel Castro Talks about Letter Exchange with Maradona

Yesterday I explained my meeting with the five compatriots that received the title of Heroes of the Republic of Cuba and the prestigious Playa Giron Order -73 days had passed since the arrival in the country of the men that had been just released. For me, the priority was the reunion of these compatriots with […] Continue reading

Bruno Rodriguez: Cuba Keeps Committed with Genuine International Cooperation

Cuba underlined in Geneva the need to establish a more just, democratic and equitative international order that eliminates the obstacles to national efforts for the realization of all human rights. Speaking at the Council of Human Rights, Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez, affirmed the Caribbean nation keeps committed with a genuine international cooperation, based on the […] Continue reading

Fidel Castro Meets with the Cuban Five (+photos)

Granma newspaper published on Monday photos of a meeting on February 28 of Revolution leader Fidel Castro with the five Cuban anti-terrorist fighters and an article describing the occasion written by Fidel. In the pictures, Fidel appears at his home accompanied by his wife Dalia Soto del Valle, along with Gerardo Hernandez, Ramon Labañino, Rene […] Continue reading

Tabare Vazquez Swears in as President of Uruguay

Oncologist doctor Tabaré Vázquez, who ruled Uruguay from 2005 to 2010, today vowed his second presidential term.     Cuban President Attends Inauguration of Tabare Vazquez 75 years-old Vazquez became in that way the first Uruguayan president to assume two presidential terms in this century (2005-2010 and 2015-2020). The new president, like the outgoing José […] Continue reading

Cuban President Attends Inauguration of Tabare Vazquez

Cuban President Raul Castro arrived in Montevideo to take part in the assumption of president elect of Uruguay, Tabare Vazquez to be held this Sunday. The delegation accompanying him includes Ricardo Cabrisas, vicepresident of the Council of Ministers and Roberto Morales, minister of Public Health. The group is also made up of Antonio Carricarte, interim […] Continue reading

Council of Ministers Discusses Exports of Cuban Services

Cuba Council of Ministers, headed by President Raul Castro, debated about the export of Cuban services involving commitments with foreign governments, headlined the local media. It is necessary to establish rules that assure the compliance of contracted obligations, adequate control and protection of Cuban interests, without introducing obstacles that jeopardize their development, expressed First Deputy […] Continue reading

Cuba-U.S. Technical Meetings to Start Next Week

Civil Aviation and the smuggling of persons will be the issues to be approached next week at expert level next week by Cuba and the United States, as was announced Friday at the end of the second round of talks for the reestablishment of diplomatic relations.   The meetings on issues of mutual interest are […] Continue reading

Josefina Vidal: Many Opportunities for Cooperation between Cuba and USA

Cuba and the United States have many opportunities to profit mutually from, a scenario ratified by the approach they have had in recent years and meetings to come between experts, said Cuban diplomat, Josefina Vidal. According to Director General for the United States at the Cuban Foreign Ministry, the geographic proximity and the vision in […] Continue reading

Raul Castro Awards Title of Heros of the Republic of Cuba to the Cuban Five (+photos)

Army General Raul Castro, First Secretary of the Central Committee of the Cuban Communist Party (CC of the PCC) and President of the councils of State and Ministers, chaired the official function to mark the 120th anniversary of the resumption of the island’s Independence War, an occasion in which Raul presented the five antiterrorist fighters […] Continue reading

Cuban Five to Receive Heroes of the Republic of Cuba Award

The five Cuban antiterrorists will be decorated on Tuesday in this capital with the title of Heroes of the Republic of Cuba before the People”s Power National Assembly. Rene Gonzalez, Fernando Gonzalez, Antonio Guerrero, Ramon Labañino and Gerardo Hernandez served lengthy sentences in US prison since 1998 for reporting on violent plots organized by Florida-based […] Continue reading

Candidate Nomination Process Starts in Cuba

The process to nominee candidates for delegates of the People’s Power begins today in Cuba, as a prior step for the April partial elections. In the 12,589 districts of the country, neighboring meetings to nominate their representatives will take place until March 25, according to the program established by the National Electoral Commission. According to […] Continue reading

Cuba and Norway’s Working Movements United

Seven members of the National Confederation of Workers of Norway (LO) paid a visit to Sancti Spiritus in order to strengthen the already existing relation between that organization and the Cuban Workers’ Union (CTC). Convinced that the working class struggle brings men together to defend their rights, the visitors got involved in the every day […] Continue reading

Cuban Vice-President Highlights Role of Community Work

Cuban First Vice-President Miguel Diaz Canel stressed the significance of community work amidst current transformations, in which the human beings must be the protagonist of every action. The top Cuban official presided over the 14th Session of People´s Power Provincial Assembly in the central province of Villa Clara. Diaz-Canel underscored the need of joint work […] Continue reading

Cuba Domadores Undefeated in World Series of Boxing

World Series of Boxing (WSB) Season IV Champions Cuba Domadores have maintained their flawless start to Season V with a 4-1 home victory over British Lionhearts in Havana. The Domadores have tasted success in all six of their fixtures this season, while the Lionhearts have now lost all four of their away WSB matches. Cuban […] Continue reading

International Book Fair Havana Chapter Concluded

The 24th International Book Fair closed doors in Havana on Sunday after 10 successful days of visits by local and foreign readers interested in the large literary offer. The president of the fair organizing committee Zuleica Romay told reporters that the event was visited by 1 163 foreign guests and she described the event as […] Continue reading

Cuban Support to Africa Highlighted in Brussels

Alhaji Muhammad Mumuni, secretary general of the African, Caribbean and Pacific Group of States (ACP), praised Cuba support to African nations. Mumuni highlighted the Cuban role in the fight for independence of various African countries and its collaboration not only sending highly qualified human resources but also training various generations of local professionals in many […] Continue reading

ALBA Bridge Opened in Saint Lucia with Venezuelan Support

The Venezuelan Government, through the Bolivarian Alliance for the Peoples of our Americas (ALBA) funding, provided US$2.7 million to the Government of Saint Lucia to construct three bridges. One of those, the Grand Riviere bridge in Dennery, Saint Lucia, opened Saturday and was renamed the ALBA Bridge, following a festive ceremony. The new bridge was […] Continue reading

Ecuadorian Government Reduces Wages to Provide Health

Ecuador plans to train over 2000 physicians as part of an intensive health campaign aimed at reducing maternal mortality.   President Rafael Correa announced a reduction of high-ranked public servants salaries – including his own – in order to fund more than two thousand physicians as part of an intensive health campaign aimed at reducing […] Continue reading

Cuban and U.S. Companies Agree on Direct Interconnection

Telecommunications Enterprise of Cuba S.A. (Etecsa) and U.S. company IDT (Domestic Telecom Inc.) hope to sign an agreement that will allow direct interconnection between both nations. Both enterprises have concluded talks in order to sign an agreement of Services for the Operation of International Telecommunications, informed today Etecsa in a press release. The reestablishment of […] Continue reading

Over 24,000 Polling Stations for Upcoming Partial Elections in Cuba

About 24,701 polling stations were constituted in Cuba for April partial elections, to elect the delegates of the Municipal Assemblies of the People’s Power. This period will have nearly 4,884 polling stations less than the previous elections, the secretary of the National Electoral Commission, Tomas Amaran, said in statements cited today by Juventud Rebelde newspaper. […] Continue reading

State Sponsors of Terrorism: Meaningless List

Almost always the culprit tries to divert the focus to another course to go unnoticed. Thus, the US government has been acting against the scourge of terrorism, accusing others of committing it while the administration itself has become the worst terrorist in the world. And this hackneyed theme which already turned 35 years old (it […] Continue reading

Sancti Spiritus Books Presented in La Cabaña

San Carlos de la Cabaña Fortress welcomes this Thursday the latest publication of Sancti Spiritus Luminaria Publishing House, on occasion of the 24th Cuban International Book Fair, running from February 12 to 22, in Havana. The youth novel Olanduyi y los letucis, by Jorge G. Silverio Tejera, and the children play Pedro sin ala, by […] Continue reading

Former Guantanamo Bay detainee David Hicks Gets Conviction Overturned

David Hicks says he still suffers from the long-term effects of torture, but that it feels good to be an “innocent man.” Former Guantanamo Bay detainee David Hicks won a challenge to overturn his terrorism conviction in a U.S. military court Wednesday. “Obviously it feels good that I’m an innocent man,” Hicks told the U.K.’s […] Continue reading

Cuban Foreign Minister Received Delegation of U.S. Congresspersons

Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez met on Wednesday morning in Havana with a delegation of members of the U.S. House of representatives, headed by Democrats minority leader Nancy Pelosi The delegation was also composed of Representatives Elliot Engel, of New York; Rosa DeLauro, of Connecticut; Collin Peterson, of Minnesota; Anna Eshoo, of California; Nydia Velázquez, […] Continue reading