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Cuba for total elimination of nuclear weapons

The only way to achieve effective disarmament in the world is by eliminating all weapons of mass destruction with international cooperation, said Cuban ambassador to the United Nations Juan Antonio Fernandez as he addressed the UN Conference on Disarmament. Read More

New videos and photos of cuban President Fidel

New videos and photos of Cuban President Fidel Castro meeting with his Venezuelan counterpart Hugo Chávez were shown on national television Tuesday evening. Read More

High Accident Rate of New Buses Raises Concern in Cuba

New Chinese Yutong buses have been involved in a number of accidents of which the main cause has been the irresponsibility of their drivers Read More

President Fidel Castro awarded Amilcar Cabral Medal

The highest distinction of the government of Guinea Bissau, the Amilcar Cabral medal, was received by Esteban Lazo as representative of the Cuban president. It was delivered by the prime minister of Guinea Bissau, Mr. Aristides Gomes Read More

Philip Agee documentary

The Cuba-Irish connection of directors Roberto Ruiz and Bernie Dwyer has once again teamed up on a documentary: "One Man's Story: Philip Agee, Cuba and the CIA", which focuses on the dark side of United States foreign policy. Read More

Posada pleads not guilty to inmigration fraud charges

International terrorist of Cuban origin, Luis Posada Carriles, the mastermind behind the blast of a Cubana airplane killing all 73 people on board in 1976, pleaded not guilty to immigration fraud charges, on Monday. Under heavy security measures, Posada, was transferred for the hearing from the Otero county jail in New Mexico, to El Paso, Texas. Read More

Colombia Governor extols work of cuban teachers

Governor of the Colombian department of Boyaca, Jorge Eduardo Londono, has said in Havana that a group of 11 Cuban teachers in his territory are doing an excellent job. Londono and his group were met at the offices of the Cuban Parliament by Ramon Pez Ferro, president of the International Relations Commission. He pointed out the progress made by his people after the implementation of the Cuban teaching method "Yes, I can". Read More

Cuban Environmental Program wins UN Award

The annual award of the Small Donations Program went to a program for reducing pollution in Guantanamo City. An environmental program aimed at reducing the level of pollution in the Sur-Isleta neighborhood of Guantanamo City was awarded the annual award of the Small Donations Program (SDP) of the UN, according to local Venceremos newspaper. Read More

Cuba looks at City Management

Mexican and Cuban delegations will participate in the First International Meeting "Challenges on City Managements," taking a serious look at urban historic centers. The event will take place during the Culture Week, on occasion of the 493rd anniversary of the Villa of Santa Maria del Puerto del Principe, currently Camaguey, one of the initial centers of population erected by the Spaniards in America, 540 km east of Havana. Read More

Antigua and Barbuda youth minister in Cuba

The Minister for Youth and Sports of Antigua and Barbuda is visiting Cuba with the purpose of strengthening the exchange between the two countries in those areas. On arriving in the island, Winston Williams told the Cuban press about the interest of his country in receiving assistance from Cuban sports experts in the areas of sports medicine, the fight against doping, athletics, volleyball, tennis, cycling and physical education. Read More

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