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Russian cargo ship broke apart this Friday in the Pacific

Russian cargo ship Progress M-27M that deviated from its orbit after being launched a week ago bound for the International Space Station, broke up this morning. Read More

Cuban Doctors to Travel to Nepal to Help Earthquake Victims

The Health Minister of Nepal, Khem Karki, announced the creation of a mobile hospital where Cuban doctors will work, due to the hospital emergency left by the earthquake. Read More

Error on Facebook: Valencia was replaced for the name of the writer Fina Casalderrey

Since yesterday a bug on Facebook was detected, where the name Valencia is no longer listed as such, but has been replaced by Fina Casalderrey. Read More

Celebrities to Great Habano Festival

As one of the curious notes for the upcoming celebration in this city of the Habano Festival, organizers informed today about the celebrities who will be present, a perfect end and glamour for this meeting. Read More

Cuba: More than 200 Canines in Pan-American Dog Show

More than 200 Cuban dogs and about 20 foreigners will participate in the II Pan-American Dog Show, informed today the spokeswomen of the Cynology Federation of Cuba, Caridad Linares. Read More

Cuba Book Fair 2013

Friday morning, Cuba’s 2013 International Book Fair opened its doors to the public. Read More

Cuba Marlin Fishing Tourney in May

The 63rd edition of the  Ernest Hemingway International Fishing Tournament will be held from 20 to 25 of May, organized by the International Hemingway Club founded in 1992 and Cuba’s Marlin marina company. Read More

Cuba at Italy’s Terra Madre and Slow Food Conference

Cuba will be represented by six delegates at the Terra Madre and Slow Food International Forum in Turin, Italy, which aims at encouraging the consumption of healthy food instead of the so-called fast food Read More

Havana and Minsk unite to fight media campaigns

Information exchange between Cuba and Belarus is the new weapon that both governments have taken to combat the "sensationalist" press. Read More

Secretary General of the UN recognizes Cuba work in the fight against Ebola

Given the outbreak of Ebola in Africa, the Cuban government appointed a group of health workers who go to work in the affected areas. Ban Ki-moon, UN Secretary General, thanked Bruno Rodríguez, Cuban Foreign Minister, for their help in difficult times. Read More

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