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October 2014
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Cuban President Closes ALBA Extraordinary Summit

Cuban President Raul Castro closed the Extraordinary Summit of the Bolivarian Alliance - Trade Treaty of the Peoples of Our America (ALBA-TCP) Monday at noon, after an action plan to face the propagation of the ebola virus, was definitely agreed. Continue reading

ALBA Summit to Face Ebola Begins Today

Heads of State and senior representatives of the Bolivarian Alliance for the Peoples of Our America (ALBA) are meeting today here in a special summit, to coordinate actions to fight the Ebola epidemic and prevent its expansion. Continue reading

Jose Marti Brigade Marks 10th Anniversary

Ten years ago on October 20, Commander in Chief Fidel Castro created the Jose Marti Brigade (BJM in Spanish) of art instructors in order to contribute to the artistic training of students and to take culture to the deepest regions of the country. Continue reading

Cuban President Bestows Award on Naval Academy

Raul Estudios RevoluciónPresident Raúl Castro presided over in Havanal the military ceremony and political event on occasion of the 55th anniversary of the Granma Naval Academy, upon which he bestowed the Antonio Maceo Award, as reported by national television.

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CDR for a Stronger Organization

The political and strengthening process of the Committees for the Defense of the Revolution (CDR) started in Pinar del Rio with a training seminar for leaders of the organization in the province. Continue reading

Amateur Theater Festival Begins

The eighth edition of the provincial Festival of Amateur Theater Tragaluz (Skylight) began Thursday in the municipality of San Luis. The event will end with an award ceremony. Continue reading

New Identity Card to Be Implemented in Cuba

Cuba will implement, starting October 29, a new identity card for its citizens, as part of a process that will begin in Havana to reach the rest of the country gradually, the newspaper Granma reported. Continue reading

Heir to a Passion

casa de cultura pedro junco fpt1As homage to tobacco growing traditions in Pinar del Rio and especially to the Robaina family, the Arturo Regueiro Art Gallery will open on October 16 the collective exhibit Heredero de una Pasion (Heir to a Passion)by Nelson Dominguez and Javier Nuñez.

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Argeliers Leon Center to be Reopened

This October 15 will be reinaugurated in Pinar del Rio the Argeliers Leon Center, which is intended to rescue, treasure and promote all the things related to the music history of the province. Continue reading

Hugo and Liset to Continental Archery Event

The archers from Pinar del Rio Hugo Franco and Liset Amador complete the male and female teams that will represent the country in the Pan American Archery Tournament to be held in Rosario, Argentina from October 20-25. Continue reading

Evo Morales Is Reelected as President of Bolivia

President Evo Morales was reelected to rule Bolivia from 2015 to 2020, after easily defeating his four rivals on Sunday's general election, according to preliminary statistics released on Monday. Continue reading

Chess Simultaneous Match in Argentina in honor of Cuban Five

The Argentinean Committee for Freedom of the Five summoned to a simultaneous chess match to be played on October 25, to make Argentinean public aware of the need to liberate the three Cuban heroess still incarcerated in the United States. Continue reading

“To Restore is not Repainting”

Laercio Frade Gonzalez insists over and over again: "To restore is not to repaint". It is not putting the new over the old, neither is to replace one for the other". Continue reading

Observers Highlight Tranquility in Brazilian Elections

Observers of the Southern Common Market (Mercosur) said peace and quiet have prevailed in general elections in Brazil. Continue reading

The Washington Post Extols Cuban Help to Fight Ebola in Africa

An article published on US newspaper The Washington Post highlighted the importance of Cuba's medical assistance to African countriers hit by the Ebola virus in the wake of arrival of 165 Cuban professionals to Freetown, Sierra Leone. Continue reading

Che’s Daughter Stresses Solidarity of Cuban Medical Missions

Cuban medical missions work all over the world under the premise that solidarity is not to give what is left over but to provide what others need, said Dr. Aleida Guevara March. Continue reading

Towards a Sustainable Environmental Future

Cuba belongs to the group of Small Island Developing States vulnerable to the negative effects of climate change, and in order to mitigate this damage it consolidates programs to ensure a sustainable environmental future. Continue reading

Walking Around my City (+Photos)

It is inevitable to walk around the city of Pinar del Rio without staring at a distinctive element in housing, the red tiles. Continue reading

Divorces Increased in Cuba in 2013

A total of 32 thousand 848 divorces were registered in Cuba in 2013, according to figures published by the National Office of Statistics and Information released here. Continue reading

Raul Sees Off Medical Brigade Traveling to Sierra Leone

The President of the Cuban councils of State and Ministers, Raul Castro, said good-bye at the capital's Jose Marti International Airport to 165 health professionals who traveled to Sierra Leone to take part in the world struggle against the Ebola fever... Continue reading

Coloring the City through Mural Paintings

The restoration process of the mural paintings of the city of Pinar del Rio, which began in late 2013, contributes to the rescue of the local identity as an exclusive element of culture. Continue reading

A King in Pinar

The national culture baptized him as the king of sucu-sucu, although he insists that it is "sucu-suco", so that it rhymes with "conuco" and "trabuco". Continue reading

Negative Trends of Self-Employment Detected

The Administration Council of the province of Pinar del Rio evaluated this week the negative trends of self-employment, since many people are incorrectly offering their services for both ignorance and lucrative purposes, which goes against the goals of... Continue reading

Cuba Punishes Officials for Misusing Symbols

Cuba will punish officials with the Biological Laboratories Entrepreneurial Group Labiofam after they launched two perfumes in presumed homage to Cuban-Argentinean guerrilla fighter Ernesto Che Guevara and Bolivarian leader Hugo Chavez. Continue reading

How Often do you Need to See a Dentist?

dentist porA lot of us think that we should visit the dentist every six months – even if it's not what we do in practice. Whether those biannual check-ups are really necessary is, however, a matter of debate. In fact, it's not even clear where the six-month figure initially came from. Some believe it dates back to the 18th Century, long before the advent of randomised controlled trials that could test its benefits.

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