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Cuban students win international award for Architecture

The Rescue of Cayo Granma project in Santiago de Cuba, by Cuban architecture students, was one of two prizes awarded during the VII International Competition for Architecture for Disaster Reduction Reconstruction, based in London, UK. Read More

New website of the Cuban Foundation for LGBTI Human Rights

A new Internet portal will serve as a bridge between the group of LGBTI in Cuba and all the news related to them and their interests. The new site of the Cuban Foundation for LGBTI Human Rights will keep informed of all Internet activities related to their work. Read More

Man carrying drugs to El Salvador and Cuba was arrested in Costa Rica

Costa Rica Police captured yesterday at the "Juan Santamaria" airport in San Jose a Costa Rican man carrying 1,147 grams of cocaine in a false bottom of his suitcase and travelling to El Salvador and then to Cuba. Read More

American gay choir begins one-week tour in Cuba

The Gay Men's Chorus of Washington began one-week tour in Havana to support the rapprochement between Cuba and the United States started in late 2014. Read More

UN launches bill in Cuba to feed 900,000 people

The World Food Programme applied a project in Cuba that will benefit 900,000 people in five provinces of the eastern region of the island, reported today in Havana officials of the UN agency. Read More

Solidarity brigades activists to visit Cuba

Kenia Serrano, president of the Cuban Institute of Friendship with the Peoples, said that brigades of solidarity with the Greater Antilles about 100 nations will come to Havana in July and August. Read More

Corruption in Cuban Oil Company caused huge losses

Losses estimated in millions of dollars and damages to 14 oil wells were the result of corruption in a Cuban state oil company, according to official local media. Read More

International test will certify the Spanish level

The presentation of the International Service Assessment of the Spanish Language (Siele by its Spanish acronym) took place just a few hours ago at the Ancient College of San Ildefonso, in Mexico City. Read More

Discovery Channel premieres series on classic cars in Cuba

The Discovery Channel premieres on Monday, July 13 at 10 pm the series Cuban Chrome, dedicated to the culture of classic cars in Cuba, reports Deadline.com digital site. Read More

The highest bike in the world will be in Cuba

Felix Ramon Guirola, a 51 year old Cuban, born in Ciego de Avila, wants to impose the Guinness record for riding the highest bicycle in the world, next July. Read More

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