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Raul Receives Presidents of Namibia, Equatorial Guinea

Army General Raul Castro, president of the Councils of State and Ministers, received Dr. Hifikepunye Pohamba, president of the Republic of Namibia, during his official visit to the island. The two leaders verified the excellent state of the historic bilateral relations and reiterated the common willingness of strengthening and expanding cooperation bonds, taking as a […] Continue reading

Sancti Spiritus Marched against Terrorism

Young residents of Sancti Spiritus gathered early this morning at the Martyrs’ Memorial from where they staged a marched to condemn terrorist actions against Cuba, and to demand the release of Antonio, Ramón, and Gerardo, who are still held in US prisons. Demonstrators were mostly students who raised their voices to express their commitment with […] Continue reading

Surprises Round the 54th Cuban Baseball Season

Industriales Blue Lions are the leaders of the 54th Cuban Baseball Season (SNB, for its Spanish acronym) with a 6-0 record and sweeps of Mayabeque and Santiago de Cuba. After two subseries, the 54 SNB is full of surprising facts: two sweeps by Industriales, four losses of the current champion, Pinar del Rio, and the […] Continue reading

Cuban Youth Condemns Terrorism, Supports Cuban Five

Cuban youth will take to the streets again this Tuesday to demand justice for the victims of terrorism, and freedom for Gerardo Hernández, Ramón Labañino and Antonio Guerrero, who are still kept in US prisons for fighting terrorist acts. “I’m Cuba”, will be the proclamation of the young marchers all over the island, who will […] Continue reading

Namibia Satisfied for Good Health of Animals Donated to Cuba

President Hifikepunye Pohamba was invited to tour around Havana’s National Zoo, accompanied by Cuba’s First Vice-president Miguel Diaz Canel. Cooperation with Cuba began before Namibia reached its independence and both nations now enjoy strong relationship, said Namibian President Hifikepunye Pohamba during a tour, Sunday, of Havana’s National Zoo, accompanied by Cuba’s First Vice-president Miguel Diaz […] Continue reading

Nigerian President Pays Official Visit to Cuba

Niger President Issoufou Mahamadou arrived Sunday on an official visit to Cuba aimed at strengthening bilateral relations. Mahamadou, who was welcomed at Havana’s Jose Marti International Airport by Deputy Foreign Minister Ana Teresita Gonzalez and by diplomats of his country in Cuba, is scheduled to hold official talks with President Raul Castro and visit centers […] Continue reading

Cuba Looks Forward to Modernity in Orthopedic Components

The XXV International Congress of Orthopedics and Traumatology closed this Saturday, in Trinidad, Sancti Spiritus, with confirmation of the steps to modernize Cuba orthopedic components. The initiative is going to refinement, modernity in orthopedics and to turn Cuba into continental leader in the coming years, stated Dr. Rodrigo Alvarez Cambras, president of the Cuban Society […] Continue reading

UN Requires Profound Reform, Says Cuban Foreign Minister

In his speech delivered this Saturday at UN, Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez said that the the UN Security Council should be rebuilt upon democracy and  transparency. Mr. President; Mr. Secretary-General; Excellencies, Heads of State and Government; Distinguished delegates; We live in a globalized world which moves on towards multi-polarity in an era characterized by […] Continue reading

Brazil to Fight Dengue Fever with Mosquitoes

Brazilian researchers released some 10,000 mosquitoes in the city of Rio de Janeiro to fight the deadly dengue fever in the country. The mosquitoes, released Wednesday,  are infected with a bacteria named Wolbachia that suppresses Dengue virus and make mosquitoes unable to pass on the deadly illness. From 2009 to 2014, Brazil reported 800 deaths […] Continue reading

Venezuela President Calls for Restructuring UN

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro insisted on the need of restructuring the UN with a view to maximize the organization’s decision making ability, with democracy, as Chavez had stated in several opportunities. “Reminding him and recalling him, in his spirit of anti-imperialist freedom and justice, and the need of restructuring the United Nations,” said Maduro, who […] Continue reading

Cuban Revolution Historic Leader Highlights Speech of Nicolas Maduro at UN

The historic leader of the Cuban Revolution, Fidel Castro, highlighted the speech of Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro at UN General Assembly, of which he considered late former president Hugo Chavez would be proud of. “I send you a strong hug which I ask you extend to your delegation and your brave people”, pointed out Fidel. […] Continue reading

Cuba and Germany to Cooperate in Orthopedics

German Prosthetics Corporation Otto Bock will spend some 3.5 million Euros in the Cuban factory Ortop, at Havana’s Frank País Hospital, in order to foster orthopedics both in the island and in Latin America. The prostheses so far made in the abovementioned institutions lack required quality, so this cooperation will help improving the activity and […] Continue reading

First Subseries of 54th Cuban Baseball Season Ended

The 54th Cuban Baseball Season (SNB for its Spanish acronym) kicked off last Sunday with the game between current champion and runner up, Pinar del Rio and Matanzas. The first subseries of the 54 SNB ended with Las Tunas as the only undefeated squad, and Sancti Spiritus and Guantanamo winning their three-game confrontation vs. Ciego […] Continue reading

Raul Castro Greets 55th Anniversary of Cuba’s Danza Contemporanea

Cuban President Raul Castro today congratulated the Contemporary Dance Company on the occasion of the 55th anniversary of its creation by Ramiro Guerra. In a letter to the company, the president evokes the founding of the group in 1959 and recalled that the company has represented the country in dozens of tours worldwide. Danza Contemporanea […] Continue reading

Cuban Heritage, Natural Sites in Paris Tourism Fair

Cuba promotes heritage and cultural sites, as well as sun and beach destinations, in the Top Resa Tourism Fair that continues today at the Exhibition Park of Porte de Versailles in Paris. In the event, considered a reference for tourism professionals, are represented four Cuban hotel groups: Cubanacan, Gaviota, Gran Caribe and Habaguanex. ‘Every year […] Continue reading

Ortopedia 2014 Congress Kicks off in Trinidad, Cuba

Criteria around the challenges and achievements of the spinal surgery treatment were the focus of discussions among specialists who attended the first pre-congress course carried out this Tuesday morning at Ancon Hotel, in Trinidad, Sancti Spiritus. Dr. Horacio Tabares Neyra’s presentation on lumbar spondylosis was one of the attractions of the first theoretical session. This […] Continue reading

US Blockade Hinders International Cooperation in Cuba

The economic, commercial and financial blockade imposed by the United States against Cuba for more than half a century affects the cooperation that the island is developing with several countries, including the northern nation. Washington’s siege against the island involves numerous barriers and obstacles to international cooperation in various sectors throughout the Caribbean country, as […] Continue reading

Over 31,000 Cuban Patients Benefit from Heberprot-P

Cuba reduced by over 78 percent the relative risk of amputation due to diabetic foot ulcers, thanks to a comprehensive program of care for these patients that includes the use of the drug Heberprot-P. That is the only drug in the world capable of enhancing the healing of such complex injuries, Granma newspaper reflected. With […] Continue reading

Evo Morales Demands Respect for Mother Earth

Bolivian President Evo Morales called today at the Climate Change Summit for creating incentives to respect Mother Earth and exhorted the developed countries to live up to their promises. Morales, who spoke in the name of the Group of 77 plus China (G-77), where Bolivia is the pro tempore president, highlighted the need for equitable […] Continue reading

Ban Ki-Moon Met with Cuban Foreign Minister

United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon met on Sunday with Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez, who is heading the island’s delegation to the 69th Session of the General Assembly, to open September 24th. During the meeting, Ki-moon expressed his appreciation to Cuba for its rapid response to fight Ebola in Africa and asked to forward […] Continue reading

Trinidad: Venue of International Congress Orthopedics 2014

Cuban ancient city of Trinidad is currently hosting the International Congress Orthopedics 2014, which Dr. Rodrigo Alvarez Cambra, head of the Organizing Committee, expects to be a success taking into consideration the quantity of nations and companies to be present. “The attendance to this 25th congress, said the also president of the Cuban Society of […] Continue reading

Fernando Gonzalez Decorated by Spanish Communist Party

Cuban antiterrorist fighter Cuban Fernando Gonzalez received in Madrid on Friday, a commemorative medal to honor Dolores Ibárruri, the Passion Flower. “The Cuban Five are an example that Cuba can never subjected to the US, because after all what they did, they could not break the will of these five men,” said Jose Luis Centella, […] Continue reading

Sancti Spíritus Opens Doors to New School Year

Faced with the challenge of implementing several transformations promoted by the Cuban Ministry of Education (Mined), Sancti Spíritus will welcome the new academic year this September 1st, when 434 schools will open their doors. Over 73 300 students of the various courses will attend classes this school year, which will be characterized with greater flexibility […] Continue reading

Cuba Takes Measures against Illegal Entry of Capital

Cuba has adopted measures to minimize the entry of illegal capital sourcing from foreign investment transactions, an expert from Cuba’s Central Bank (CCB) stated. In the light of the implementation of Law 118 of Foreign Investment, the country is establishing mechanisms that favor the legal entry of finance capital while minimizing risk. CCB legal secretary […] Continue reading

Brazil: Socialist Candidate Threatens Rousseff Reelection

Brazilian socialist candidate Marina Silva has displaced her adversary from the Social Democratic Party, Aecio Neves, and is threatening the reelection of President Dilma Rousseff, in the October elections. With growing support, after she became the candidate of the Brazilian Socialist Party (BSP) last week, replacing Eduardo Campos, who was killed in a plane crash, […] Continue reading