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Trade companies of Maryland and Virginia ready to make business with Cuba

Trade-promotion agencies in Maryland and Virginia are moving swiftly to be ready when the U.S. takes down its barriers to doing business with Cuba. Read More

Silvio Rodriguez could not sing at the 90 anniversary of Pete Seeger in New York

The visa application of Silvio Rodriguez in order to assist to the 90th Anniversary of Pete Seeger was permanently in process at the United States Embassy site. Read More


Obama will revive military commission system por prosecuting prisioners at Guantanamo Bay

Reports indicate that US President Barack Obama may revive the military commission system for prosecuting terrorism suspects at Guantanamo Bay. Read More

Scoliosis surgery course with experts of Mexico and Cuba

The event, which includes lectures and operations, is sponsored by the Cuban and international societies of orthopaedic surgery, the Havana school of this specialty and the Ibero-American School of Orthopedics. Read More

Cuba invited to 2009 Mexican Documentary Festival to be held on May

Cuba will show a group of works among which are classics of the archipelago's documentary production, like Now, by Santiago Álvarez, and others by news producers like Tacones Cercanos, by Jessica Rodríguez Read More

Inluenza-like illness in the United States and Mexico

The United States Government has reported 20 laboratory confirmed human cases of swine influenza A/H1N1 (8 in New York, 7 in California, 2 in Texas, 2 in Kansas and 1 in Ohio). Read More

Discussion on OAS Cuba's re-admission has started

Revoking the 1962 resolution, which excluded the then government of Cuba from participating in the Inter-American system, will provide an opportunity for the OAS to collaborate with Cuba Read More

Fidel Castro writes about John F. Kennedy and his family

Fidel writes about the dramatic story of John F. Kennedy and his family and praises an article written by Kathleen Kennedy, John F. Kennedy’s niece, in which she asks Obama to eliminate travel restrictions to Cuba Read More

Influenza-like illness in the United States and Mexico

Because there are human cases associated with an animal influenza virus, and because of the geographical spread of multiple community outbreaks, plus the somewhat unusual age groups affected, these events are of high concern. Read More

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