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Cuba to create International Orthopedics School

The school will be located at the Frank País Hospital, in Havana, and will contribute to promoting professional exchange with a score of SICOT member countries. Read More

Camaguey puts new power generators in use

The generating capacity is capable of providing all the electricity required by the historical center of the city, the provincial hospital as well as the north strip, where the industrial installations that require large amounts of electric power are located. Read More

Citizen action is transforming the Barrio in Cuba

Two women set out nine years ago to help the barrio of Balcón Arimao, on the outskirts of the Cuban capital, tackle its numerous problems through community participation. Read More

Outdoor chess match to honor Che Guevara

This is not the first chess tournament to be held in this central Cuban city. In the 1960s, simultaneous chess games were played on 600 boards in this same park. Read More

Bayamo, Cuba: a culture of hygiene

In Bayamo, the program included four goals: the improvement of public areas; decontamination of the river named after the city; increased public transportation -especially the service of horse-drawn carriages as the typical and main means of transport for its residents; and the collection and processing of solid waste. Read More

Cuban Water Polo Team seeks qualification for Beijing Olympics

Cuban experts pointed out that they are working with a shortlisted team including most members of the team that competed in the Pan-American Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Read More

Six cuban weightlifters off to Beijing Olympics

Marcelino del Frade, the head of Cuban weightliftings technical commission, confirmed that the team from the island was among the few that are assured places in next years world competition. Our lifters returned home with two titles "a silver medal and another of brass", valid to have attained the fifth position overall among countries Read More

Cremation an option for increasing numbers of Cubans today

This new, gradual and incipient form breaks with the tradition of burying the dead. This newspaper questioned people about this subject. Read More

Second and third messages to Milosevic to and his reply: Reflections of Fidel

Cuban President Fidel Castro makes public two messages he sent to former Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic Read More

Cuba at Shanghai Special Olympics

The Cubans in Shanghai include 23 athletes who won earned their tickets to China at the National Special Games held last year. The delegation is comprised of the women's volleyball team and athletes in the men's and women's athletics, swimming, rhythmical gymnastics and table tennis. Read More