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June 5th

Turkey-Cuba environment team work

A delegation from the Cuban ministry of science, technology, and environment (CITMA) met with Turkish environmental authorities Monday to establish cooperation ties. Read More

Cuba's Las Tunas has record low infant death rate

The Cuban province of Las Tunas welcomed International Children's Day with an infant mortality rate of 3.6 deaths per thousand live births, the lowest record in local history for the period between January and May. Read More

New social workers graduate in Pinar del Rio

With the graduation of 550 new social workers, Pinar del Rio province counts already on 2 000 "doctors of the soul" that contribute to raise the life quality of people in different communities. Read More

First cuban blind woman graduates from Lyrical Music School

Alealys Rivero Guevedo has become the first blind woman to have completed her lyrical singing course at Havana's Higher Arts Institute. Read More

German Choir Director praises cuban performance of Requiem

German musician Werner Pfaff said he was on cloud nine after hearing the performance of the German Requiem by the National Philharmonic Orchestra of Cuba along with a mixed choir of nearly a hundred singers. Read More

New comfort on Holguin Internacional Airport

The possibility to host twice as many passengers as it used to at rush hours, currently near 1200; is the main achievement of recent works at the Holguin international airport. The building of an extension, and the modernization and reorganization of the existing facilities resulted from these works at the Frank Pais Garcia airfield. Read More

First Cuban Rowing Champion, from Holguin

Outstanding sportswoman Ismaray Marrero, from the eastern Holguin province, became the first Cuban athlete to attain a gold medal in a Rowing World Cup. She won the A finals at Linz, Austria where 800 athletes from 46 nations contested. Read More

Dominican Secretary of State on visit to Cuba

Secretarty of State for the Dominican Republic Miguel Mejías arrived in Havana on invitation of the Communist Party of Cuba. Read More

Cuban Museum of Music making waves with new releases

The Cuban Museum of Music has begin publishing books and releasing albums marked by the institutions dedication to the study and preservation of the countrys musical patrimony. Read More

June 4th

Television brought a commercial dispute to Cuba

Mestre was building a luxurious building for years on the corner of 23 and M streets in Vedado neighborhood, planned to be complex of radio, cinema, television and shops to be called Radio Centro inspired by the Radio City in New York. On the other hand, Pumarejo improvised television studios in her own house located on the corner of Mazon and San Miguel streets. Read More