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Cuban Health Colaboration Extended to 162 Countries

Cuba’s health professionals abroad totalling almost 373 thousand have offered their medical aid to 162 countries since its first colaboration to Chile in 1960. Read More

Cuba Celebrates World Girls of Information and Communications Technology Day

Cuba will celebrate World Girls of Information and Communications Technology Day next April 27th which is a project supported by the members of the International Telecommunications Union. Read More

May Day Celebrations, over 1200 Foreign Visitors

Over 1200 foreign visitors, many of them US citizens, will participate at May Day celebrations in Cuba, which include a march on Havana´s Jose Marti Revolution Square. Read More

The NO wins the referendum in Colombia

Colombians voted NO in the referendum to approve the peace accord signed between the government and the FARC-EP last week. Read More

Colombian Government and FARC-EP sign peace accord in Cuba

The Colombian government and the FARC-EP signed today in Havana a bilateral and definitive agreement on cease-fire Read More

Ban Ki Moon is in Havana for Colombian ceasefire accord

The Secreatry-General of the United Nations Ban Ki Moon arrived in Havana on Wednesday night to attend the signing of a final ceasefire accord between the Colombian government and the FARC-EP guerrilla. Read More

More than twenty concerts in Choir Festival in Havana

Cuban and foreign choirs will offer over twenty concerts from June 28 to July 2 in stages of Havana, during the 12th edition of the International Festival Corhabana 2016. Read More


Cuban Judokas to Abu Dhabi to compete in World Junior Championship

Cubans Barbaro Sotomayor, Melissa Hurtado, Yurisleidis Hernandez and Adelaidis Lemus will depart today to the UAE, to compete from next 23 to 27 in Abu Dhabi, in the Junior World Judo Championship. Read More

South Africa and Cuba Willing to Deepen Relations

South African and Cuban deputy foreign ministers, Marius Fransman and Rogelio Sierra, expressed their countries’ willingness to further strengthen bilateral relations Read More

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