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June 2017
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Premier of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines met Raul Castro in Cuba

Prime Minister of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Ralph Gonsalves, comes to Cuba on Monday afternoon on a work visit. During the fraternal meeting with Raul Castro, the two leaders exchanged on the excellent progress of bilateral relations and welcom... Continue reading

Cuba Continues an Education Project in Penitentiary Centers

One of the priorities of the Cuban Education Ministry (MINED) is to continue educating prisoners in order to help them reinstate into society as better human beings, said directives of the entity. Continue reading

Central Bank of Cuba Puts New Currency in Circulation

The Central Bank of Cuba announced today that it will gradually put into circulation a new metallic coin worth 5 Cuban pesos from July 3. Continue reading

Deputy Defense Minister visits areas devastated by Hurricane Matthew

Army Corps General Ramón Espinosa Martín, Cuba´s Deputy Defense Minister, visited on Wednesday Baracoa, a municipality that recovers along with Maisí, Imías, San Antonio del Sur and Yateras, from the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew. Continue reading

Number of Americans visiting Cuba skyrocketed

Cuba´s National Office of Statistics and Information (ONEI by its Spanish acronym) reported that by the end of May, 284,556 Americans visited Cuba, same amount than in all 12 months of 2016. Continue reading

Cubans remember Che Guevara and Antonio Maceo on their birthdays

The Sculptural Complex that bears the name of the Heroic Guerrilla in Santa Clara city, will today be the venue of the main event of Villa Clara on the occasion of the 89th anniversary of his birth. Continue reading

Cuban State Council calls for general elections

The Cuban Council of State called all Cubans in voting age to participate in the general elections to choose the delegates to the municipality, provincial and national People´s Power Assemblies. Continue reading

Raul Castro receives FM of Luxemburg

Cuban President Raul Castro received on Monday the Foreign Minister of Luxemburg Jean Asselborn, who is in Cuba on an official visit. Continue reading

Vietnam reaffirms support for Cuba in fight against blockade

Vietnamese Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc today reaffirmed Vietnam's support for Cuba in the fight against the commercial, economic and financial blockade imposed on the island by the United States. Continue reading

IT Tool for Elders Created by Cuban Youngster

Yenisbel Valdivia Sanchez, who is a young Cuban programmer from the central Cuban province of Sancti Spiritus, created a multimedia entitled "Saber envejecer" (Knowing How to Get Older) for elders to learn about using information technologies (IT). Continue reading

Results of Sugar Harvest Debated in Cuba Today

Cuba's Sugar Group (AZCUBA) will assess today the results of the 2016-2017 harvest in the country, where 54 sugar mills worked, four more than last season, out of which 42 produced comparatively more sugar. Sugar Harvest Ends in Holguin, Cuba Continue reading

Protection of Antilles Manatee in Ciego de Avila, Cuba

Environment specialists are deepening the researches today on the Antilles manatee in the Ana Maria Keys, a wildlife refuge in the Jardines de la Reina National Park, on the southern coast of the central Cuban province of Ciego de Avila. Continue reading

Quick Alert for Perceptible Earthquakes Cuba Develops

A higher development of the system to record and raise alert on perceptible earthquakes has just been reached by the National Seismological Service (SSN), located in Santiago de Cuba. Continue reading

Drought Helps Reveal Significant Archeological Discovery in Cuba

Cuban archeologists from the central province of Sancti Spiritus reported this Thursday an important discovery of a settlement with native and Europeans items from the 16th century that confirms their presence in the Zaza dam, the largest in the country. Continue reading

Tribute to Che Guevara in Central Cuba on June 14

The presence of Comandante Ernesto Che Guevara in the central Cuban city of Villa Clara will be remembered with a series of activities this June 14, on the occasion of the 89th anniversary of his birth. Continue reading

First Luxury Five-star Plus Hotel Opens in Cuba

As part of the efforts by Cuba's tourist industry to attract increasingly selective markets and respond to the demands for high quality services, the first luxury five-star plus establishment the Gran Hotel Manzana Kempinski was opened. The new attract... Continue reading

Cuba: Jurists and the Update of the Country’s Economy, Law

Responsibly assessing the role that Cuban lawyers must play in the country’s current context, where ethics, combating all manifestations of corruption and strengthening institutionality are priorities, the National Union of Cuban Jurists (UNJC) started its eighth congress this June 7, in Havana’s International Conference Center, presided by Jose Ramon Machado Ventura, second secretary of the Communist Party of Cuba Central Committee and a vice president of the Councils of State and Ministers.

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Expedia’s Importance to Promote Cuba as a Destination Extoled

Cuba's Tourism Minister, Manuel Marrero, said the US company Expedia, the world leader in online travel bookings that already operates in Cuba, is an important space for the commercialization of the Caribbean nation as a tourist destination. Cuba: Tour... Continue reading

Havana Debates on Current Challenges in Design

The 9th Int'l Design Congress (FORMA 2017) started in Havana (Wednesday) with discussions on the challenges of the designers before the urgent development of technologies. Continue reading

Cuba: Ongoing Actions to Lessen the Effects of Climate Change

Oscar Labrador, the Director of the Wildlife Flora and Fauna Forest Directive of the Ministry of Agriculture, said in Havana (Wednesday) that the institution is undergoing several actions with the goal of countering the effects of climate change in Cuba. Continue reading

Cuba Creates New Research Institution on Marine Resources

The Ocean Sciences Institute (ICIMAR) is the name of the new institution to work under Cuba's Ministry of Science, Technology and Environment (CITMA). Continue reading

Sochi: World Youth and Students Festival Dedicated to Fidel Castro

This 19th World Festival of Youth and Students, to take place 15th thru the 21st of October, 2017 in Sochi, Russia, will be dedicated to Cuban revolutionary leader Fidel Castro Ruz.

Acting Smart, Keeping Integrity, Cuban Jurists Association Urges

Fidel Castro’s Contributions to Environmental Protection Extoled

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Acting Smart, Keeping Integrity, Cuban Jurists Association Urges

Jose Alexis Ginarte, the president of the Cuban National Association of Jurists (UNJC), urged today those who run justice in the country to act smart, keeping their integrity. Continue reading

Cuba’s Agriculture Moving Toward Ecological Practices

Cuba seeks developing sustainable agriculture based on ecological practices. Learning to integrate the agricultural environment with all that surrounds it, and designing technology, processes, and a focus which allow for the development of improved pra... Continue reading

Cuba: Electricity Infrastructure Grows in Jardines del Rey

An electricity generating center in Cayo Romano, north of the central Cuban province of Ciego de Avila, is a significant step forward the development of tourism in Jardines del Rey, one of the country's most important resorts. Continue reading

Cuba: Raul Castro Receives Vietnam’s Defense Minister

Cuban President, Raul Castro Ruz, met in Havana (Tuesday) with the Vietnamese Minister of Defense and member of the Politburo of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Vietnam, Army General Ngo Xuan Lich, who is on an official visit to Cuba. Continue reading