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Cuba Achieves a Dream Still Unfinished for the UN

Cuba today celebrates International Literacy Day, declared by the United Nations (UN), with that aspiration satisfied since 1961 Read More

Students to leave to Cuba

Eight Fijian students who leave for Cuba on scholarships to study medicine were officially presented with return airfares, allowances and laptops by the Fijian Government. Read More

Authenticity of Espejo de Paciencia confirmed

The authenticity and historical value of the lyrical poem Espejo de paciencia, written by Canary scribe Silvestre de Balboa and published in Cuba more than four centuries ago, has been confirmed by Cuban essayist Ramiro García. Read More

South African medical students in Cuba may be deported

THE government was unable to meet the demands of South African medical students in Cuba who embarked on an illegal strike earlier this month, and a process of deportation would start "if indeed we cannot meet one another", the Department of Higher Education and Training said Read More

Striking SA medical students in Cuba told to come back

Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi says his department does not have money to meet striking students' demands.(SABC) Read More

Cuba to singers: wash your potty mouth, or else

Musicians that perform songs deemed vulgar or that "violate ethical standards" will now be punished in Cuba, the state-run Institute of Music Read More

UNESCO Director General Praises Cuban Education

The UNESCO Director General, Irina Bokova, praised here today the high quality of the Cuban literacy method Yes I can, while recognized the educational history of the country. Read More

Grand Circle Foundation Announces Third People-To-People Program to Cuba for 2013

New program to Santiago de Cuba, Baracoa & Havana expands opportunities for meaningful exchange between Americans and Cubans Read More

Havana’s Historian to Receive Honoris Causa from Cuban Academy of Arts

The University of the Arts on Friday will grant the Honoris Causa degree to Havana City’s Historian Eusebio Leal, in recognition of his work in the restoration and conservation of the historic center of Havana and safeguard of the national heritage. Read More

U.S. clamps down on Cuba tours

Some "people-to-people" trips canceled after U.S. government rules on travel to Cuba are tightened. Read More

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