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September 2016
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The Visit to Cuba of U.S.A. President Barack Obama

Cuban news outlet Granma published an op-ed Tuesday highlighting Barack Obama’s historic visit to the island, saying that despite the U.S. president’s efforts to normalize relations with the Caribbean nation, there was still a very long road ahead for this to come true and told Washington to abandon all intentions to push for a change […] Continue reading

Cuba Identifies Third Imported Zica Virus Case

The patient is a 43 year-old laboratory technician who returned from Venezuela (Merida) on March 1st, 2016, and lives in the municipality Florida, eastern Camagüey province The third imported case in Cuba of a patient with Zika virus has been confirmed, corresponding to a Cuban voluntary worker, a 43 year-old laboratory technician who arrived in the country […] Continue reading

Cuba Present in Berlin 2016 International Travel Fair

Cuba will promote its tourist offers at the international travel fair ITB Berlin 2016, to be held on March 9-13, it was confirmed by the Ministry of Tourism (Mintur) The annual ITB Berlin is the world’s leading travel trade show that serves as a sort barometer to gauge trends, a platform of knowledge and a […] Continue reading

Raúl Castro Welcomes Vietnamese Special Envoy

Army General Raúl Castro Ruz, first secretary of the Communist Party of Cuba (PCC) Central Committee, received compañero Hoang Binh Quan, special envoy of the Secretary General of the Communist Party of Vietnam, Nguyen Phu Trong The meeting took place in a fraternal atmosphere, during which both parties expressed their interest in continuing to strengthen […] Continue reading

Cuba Acknowledges Telesur for Preserving Latin American Culture

The Cimarron Theater Company and Havana’s Theater Center will present today the Caliban Distinction 2016 to the multi-state Telesur channel, for preserving and reinforcing Latin American and Caribbean culture Founded on July 24, 2005, Telesur will be the first institution to receive the prize established to recognize preservers of the culture of the people in […] Continue reading

Cuba Announces Creation of New Social Organization

Cuba’s Informatics Association gathers the computer science and communication professionals graduated after 1959 that were dispersed in other organizations, institutions and companies In an interview with ACN, the Deputy Rector of the University of Computer Sciences (UCI) and President of the Organizing Committee Ailyn Febles Estrada said that the creation of this new social organization […] Continue reading

Raul Castro Calls for More Discipline to Fight Aedes Mosquito

Cuban President, Raul Castro, called for additional vigilance in response to the increased spread of diseases transmitted by the Aedes mosquito. During the meeting held at the headquarters of the Ministry of Public Health to discuss the prevention of these diseases, the Cuban president called for discipline and close attention to hygiene and urged the […] Continue reading

Cuban Migrants Transfer to Mexico Expected to Conclude this Month

The transfer to Mexico of 1,301 Cuban migrants in camps near the Panama-Costa Rica border is scheduled to conclude on March 15, it was informed in Panama A note issued by the Foreign Ministry of Panama says that with the group that left Friday, the total of Cubans taken to Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, rose to […] Continue reading

Venezuelan Hugo Chavez, the President of the People (+photos)

Chavez was considered as the architect of 21st century socialism and kicked off a process of Latin American unification, far from U.S. domination It’s been three years since Nicolas Maduro went on national TV to announce the tragic death of beloved revolutionary leader, Hugo Chavez. Timeline of Chavez’s Life in Pictures The Legacy of Cuab’s […] Continue reading

At Least 40 Killed in Colombia Landslide (+photos)

Torrential rains caused a landslide early Monday in the northwest department of Antioquia, Colombia that left at least 40 dead and an unknown number of persons missing, stated Colombian authorities. Heavy rains caused the Liboriana creek to overflow its banks in the municipality of Salgar, causing immense destruction. “The tragedy is of an immense magnitude, […] Continue reading

Havana Challenge Yacht Race Returns to Cuba

For the first time in 15 years, the US administration has authorized the participation of US boats in a yacht race in Cuba. Some twenty US boats have come to Cuba from Key West for the Havana Challenge Yacht race to be held on the Havana coast. The boats, particularly of the type Hobbie Cats-16, […] Continue reading

Cuba: Congress of Farmers Ended with New Tasks Ahead

The 11th Congress of the National Association of Small Farmers (ANAP) assessed as positive the economic activity the cooperatives are developing, and called for a more comprehensive use of bank credit and insurance. ANAP President Rafael Santiesteban said during the final session of the event closed this weekend that the working commission carried out an […] Continue reading

Serbian President in Cuba on Official Visit

Serbia’s President Tomislav Nikolic begins today an official visit to Cuba, in which he will hold talks with the island’s Head of State, Raul Castro. A note from the Cuban Ministry of Foreign Affairs stated that during his stay here, Nikolic will develop different activities. Early this month, Nikolic and Raul Castro met in Moscow, […] Continue reading

Sancti Spiritus Mestre to Pan American Games in Toronto

Sancti Spiritus Dayaris Mestre will represent Cuba in the 48 kg division at the Pan American Games in Toronto, Canada, scheduled for July 10 to 26. The stellar Idalis Ortiz (+78 kgs), London 2012 Olympic champion and double world champion in Rio de Janeiro 2013 and Chelyabinsk 2014, leads the Cuban women’s judo team. Along with […] Continue reading

Advertising and Promotion Key for Cuban Tourism

Advertising and promotion of quality occupy a significant space in the development of Cuban tourism. This concept was recently ratified recently by the emergence of the first 3D stereoscopic commercial. A team led by the photojournalist of Prensa Latina, Fernando Valdés (Ferval), took advantage of current filming technology in 3D,and under auspices of the Ministry […] Continue reading

Death Toll Surpasses 8,000 After Quakes in Nepal

The dead in Nepal amounted to eight thousand 216 between the earthquakes of the eve and the one of April 25, said the Ministry of Interior. The report indicates that those killed in the earthquake yesterday amounted so far to 65, a susceptible figure to increase because there are several whose life is feared and […] Continue reading

FC Barcelona Awaits Rival for Champions League Final (+photos)

The Spanish team won the first leg against Bayern Munich 3-0, but lost the second round 2-3. Thousands of Barcelona fans celebrated their team’s qualification Tuesday to the Champions League final, despite losing 3-2 in the second leg in Munich against Bayern Munich. Brazilian striker Neymar scored twice in the first half killing off Bayern’s […] Continue reading

Growing Interest in Cuban Therapeutic Vaccine for Advanced Lung Cancer

Cuba is inserted in the development of inmunotherapies against cancer, with several projects of research and biotechnological products in trials for the treatment of this condition. These products include Cimavax EGF, a therapeutic vaccine for advanced lung cancer. It was developed in the Center of Molecular Immunology (CMI). The results are presented at an international […] Continue reading

Raul Castro: Process to Restore Ties With US is Going Well

Cuban President Raul Castro said today that the process of re-establishing ties with the United States is going well, but we are setting ”our own pace”. Castro said that US President Barack Obama has the executive power to submit to the Congress – as he already did- the order to exclude Cuba from the State […] Continue reading

Yulieski Gurriel-NPB: Disrespect out of the Equation

Cuban baseball player Yulieski Gourriel denied having disrespected the contract with the Yokohama DeNA Bay Stars club, of the Nippon Professional Baseball (NPB) League. In statements to Trabajadores newspaper, Gourriel said he was never properly informed about the date of his return to the team with which he played on Japanese soil last year. They […] Continue reading

French President Concludes Historic Visit to Cuba

French President Francois Hollande concluded today his visit to Cuba, considered historic for being the first of a president of that European country to the Caribbean nation. Hollande travelled today morning to Haiti, last stop of a tour of the Caribbean that already included the oversees French territories: St. Barts, St. Martin, Martinique and Guadeloupe. […] Continue reading

Cuba Readies for Pope Francis’ Visit

A meeting among representatives of the Holy See, members of the Catholic Church and civil authorities from Cuba was held as part of the arrangements for the visit of Pope Francis in September. During the meeting, held yesterday at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, participants expressed the full willingness of the Cuban State and government […] Continue reading

Series of Earthquakes Hit Nepal Again

The government reports at least 36 dead and over 900 injured following the quake. Nepal has been rocked by a series of at least eight earthquakes in a time period of no more than 70 minutes, causing more buildings to collpase in an already devastated country and killing at least 36 people and injuring over […] Continue reading

Francois Hollande Visits Fidel Castro in Havana (+ photos)

The historic leader of the Cuban Revolution, Fidel Castro Ruz, talked with His Excellency Francois Hollande, President of France, during his official visit to our country. During the meeting Fidel and the distinguished statesman held an interesting dialogue about the historical ties between Cuba and France, reviewed major issues of international events and exchanged about […] Continue reading

French President Delivers Speech at University of Havana

François Hollande, the first French President to visit Cuba since the establishment of relations between the two countries in 1902, delivered a keynote speech this morning in the Aula Magna at the University of Havana. In his speech, Hollande said Cuba and France can use their respective integration mechanism, CELAC and the European Union, to […] Continue reading