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Autorized the creation of a Venezuelan-Cuban company to install a submarine wire

Autorized the creation of the Venezuelan-Cuban joint venture, Telecomunicaciones Gran Caribe S.A., aimed to install and operate a submarine wire that will link both nations. Read More

Over 8 million 300 thousand cubans ready to vote on Sunday

32 percent of the districts have more than two candidates, which might force the elections to a second round. Read More

Habaguanex expands its network with new restaurant at Obispo Street

In this expansion direction highlights go to the opening of Europa Restaurant, so right now the company has 34 facilities of that kind in that select urban area, specifically on Obispo Street. Read More

Cuban Tae Kwon Do artist to the Pan American championship in Cali

This will be Matos' second opportunity to qualify, after having finished without medal at the recently concluded pre-Olympic international championship held in the English city of Manchester. Read More

Super Clubs calls for the 8th Golf Tournament at Varadero

Varadero's 18-hole golf course occupies 72 acres and won international recognition at the time of welcoming the European Tournament of Challengers of the Professional Golf Association held in 1999 and in 2000. Read More

Havana to host Art Fair, FIART 2007

The event will be focused on economical art, and works with presence of identity and diversity of peoples will be exhibited. Read More

Established Azerbaijan-Cuba Intergovernmental Partnership Commission

The Ministry of Economic Development reported that the Commission is to hold its 1st session on November 1, 2007. Read More

Cubas wonder of the modern world: Latin American school of medicine

LASM students spend two years learning basic medical sciences at the school complex, a former naval base west of Havana, and then spend four years doing clinical work at teaching hospitals throughout Cuba, with the U.S. students assigned to Havanas Salvador Allende Hospital. In their sixth year, putting into practice what they have learned, they serve as interns under teachers supervision, caring for 15 or so hospitalized patients at a time. Read More

Belizean Foreign Minister arrives in Cuba

The visit is Shomans first to the island and is aimed at reviewing bilateral ties, in particular, the state of cooperation; as well as strengthening the bonds of friendship between the two nations. Read More

10,000 nicaraguans recover vision

The hospital was opened in late April by President Daniel Ortega and is part of the Vision Now project created to support six million Latin Americans to recover sight within 10 years. Read More