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Cuba: Parliament called to session

Cuban People's Power National Assembly President Ricardo Alarcon convened in this capital on Friday the 8th Ordinary Period of Sessions of the Sixth Legislature of that government entity. Read More

Cuba, Africa, Carib in deep collaboration

Cuba announced Friday it will take a message of cooperation to the next meeting of the African, Caribbean and Pacific Group (ACP) to strengthen this regional block. Read More

A free education in Cuba

Program that offers scholarships to the Latin American School of Medical Sciences in Cuba for U.S. students who agree - upon graduation - to work with poor, underserved areas in America. Read More

A new aura of economic prosperity over Cuba

Since 2003, Cuba has experienced steady economic growth. More recently, this has been helped by income from the export of medical services to Venezuela, high prices for Cuba's expanding nickel industry, savings on energy imports and, an increasing income from tourism and non-traditional exports. Read More

Jews in Cuba mark 100 years

Cuba's Jews are enjoying a rare celebration of their own. For the next month, the island's tiny Jewish community will mark its 100th anniversary with religious services, music, dancing, parties and speeches. Read More

Cuba perfects its combat capacity

In remarks at the official political ceremony for the 50th anniversary of the landing of the Granma yacht, Minister of the Revolutionary Armed Forces and General of the Army Raúl Castro Ruz said that Cuba is increasing its combat capacity and modernizing its combat equipment to guarantee the countrys defense. Read More

Cuba willing to negotiate with US on equal basis, says Raul Castro

Cuba's First Vice President, Army General Raul Castro Ruz emphasized this Saturday that Cuba is willing to negotiate the longstanding dispute between the U.S and Cuba, as long as that negotiation is based on "the principles of equality, reciprocity, non-interference and mutual respect." Read More