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Cuba, Ecuador for energy cooperation

Cuban experts are studying the restructuring of Ecuadorian electric energy plants to facilitate the use of national fuel and thus contribute to the saving of millions of dollars in that nation. Read More

Cuba to set up Centre in Malacca to promote Arts and Culture

Cuba is working with the state government to establish a centre to promote its arts and culture to Malaysians. Read More

United Nations says NO to US blockade of Cuba

For 15th consecutive year, Cuba has won a victory at the United Nations General Assembly with a resounding vote against the US blockade of Cuba. Read More

Cuba honors Soviet Revolution

Cuba honored the 89th Anniversary of the October Socialist Revolution with an act at the International Soviet Soldier Mausoleum in this capital Read More

London Mayor praises Cuba achievements

Ken Livingstone, the Mayor of London, praised Cuba's social achievements and bashed President George Bush for economic war on Cuba and the occupation of Iraq. Read More

Cuba: brain drain in developing countries is caused by western nations

Cuba's Vice President of Council of State Carlos Lage Davila has put the blame on developed nations for the brain drain in developing countries, as he accused western nations of luring away large number of talented professionals from poor countries every year. Read More

Living the sporting way

Cuba, with a population half that of Malaysia, has produced many world class athletes despite the lack of money and facilities. StarSports RAJES PAUL, who is in Havana for the World Sports for All Congress, explores the secret behind the Cuban success. Read More

Cuba, South Africa seal bio-sciences deals

Cuba and South Africa has inked several agreements on biomedical and veterinarian sciences that invigorate their bilateral trade and political ties. Read More

Cuba Vice President at Ibero-American Summit

Cuban Vice President Carlos Lage arrived in Uruguay to attend the 16th Ibero-American Summit, whose timetable is focused on Migrations for Mutual Development. Read More

Nikon withdraws prize to Cuban boy

Cuban President Fidel Castro presented a digital camera to a Cuban boy Wednesday after Nikon refused to give the 12-year-old a camera he had won in an international painting contest for children. Read More

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