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The peoples of Cuba and Canada regarding cultural interests

Twenty-five young artists from the Canadian city are here in Havana, showing their outstanding work, which includes: photography, sculpture, video and performances. Read More

"I also learned a lot with Elpidio Valdes," said Juan Padróon, Cubans creator

"I also learned a lot with Elpidio Valdes," said Juan Padróon, creator of one of the characters that defines "like few others" Cubans identity to both children and adults. On Monday, Padrón received the 2008 National Cinema Award. Read More

The Third Pan-American Congress on Mental Health is sessioning Wednesday to Friday in Cuba

Participants in the event are analyzing issues like mental health of youth and children in the community, school, family and in the context of emigration, how to prevent and try violence, addictions and suicidal behavior in young people. Read More

Haiti's Senator Maxime Roumer thanked Cuba fo Assistance in Renewable Energy Sector

In statements to AIN in this central eastern Cuban city, the visiting Haitian senator said that the Cuban Society for the Promotion of Renewable Energy Sources and Environmental Respect, Cubasolar, and Haiti's Grand'Anse association have strengthened relations aimed at implementing Cuba's experiences in his country. Read More

New system of school evaluation in Cuba

Grade inflation, exams always being passed and family paternalism conspire against the new evaluation system being implemented in Cuba at the high school level. The new system consists of assessing students in a more comprehensive and integral way Read More

Professor Fidel Castro Diaz-Balart will visit South Africa from 31 March to 5 April.

The son of former Cuban president Fidel Castro is to visit South Africa, the Science and Technology Ministry said on Wednesday. Read More

Visit to the Areas Affected by Coastal Flooding Cuban Vice President Carlos Lage

The damage caused by violent coastal flooding last week in eastern Baracoa town will be reversed in the shortest time possible, said Cuban Vice President Carlos Lage on a visit to the area, reported Granma daily. Read More

Died Charles Hulett Burke his most noteworthy wood carving was a crozier for the Episcopal bishop of Cuba.

But his most noteworthy wood carving was a crozier for the Episcopal bishop of Cuba. Dr. Burke, using a single piece of cherry wood, carved the staff of the crook in the shape of a stalk of sugar cane to symbolize the people of Cuba. In the crook of the crozier, he included the coat of arms of the Diocese of Cuba. Read More

In Havana: International Security and Defense Conference from next april.

Convened by the Center for the Study of Defense Information of Cuba (CEID), the participants will analyze topics related to security and defense on the global, regional and national levels. They will also discuss proposals for facing up to the serious problems threatening humanity. Read More

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