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December 4th

Cuban Village centers heritage event

A master conference on the origins and development of the first Cuban village, Baracoa, was given by Alejandro Hartman, historian of that city founded on August 15, 1511 by Advanced Diego Velazquez. Read More

Cuba and Haiti sign cooperation program

A cooperation program between Cuba and Haiti for the coming year was signed Friday in Havana by Haitian President Rene Preval and Esteban Lazo, the vice president of Cubas Council of State. Read More

Change the system, not the climate!

If greenhouse gas emissions continue to spiral, scientists predict ecological disaster: melting ice sheets, erratic and destructive weather patterns and increasing desertification. All this will turn hundreds of millions of people into refugees. Read More

Cuba marks Latin American Medicine Day

The national act for the Latin American Medicine Day, on the occasion of Cuban scientist Carlos J. Finlay's birthday, will be held Sunday in Cumanayagua, in the central province of Cienfuegos. Read More

Oceanic Sciences Congress in Cuba

Sessions of the VII Congress of Oceanic Sciences, from December 4 to 8 , began with the participation of Cuban specialists and experts from 15 nations. The scientists will contribute to the research guided to recover and preserve sea ecosystems and especially develop cleaning programs of those geographical areas. Read More

The complete guide to: Cuba in style

Fifty years after the seeds of the Revolution were sown, this island is finally starting to flower as a luxury holiday destination, say Simon Calder and Cathy Packe Read More

December 3rd

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