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June 24th

Chinese presence and interests in Cuba growing

More Chinese are living, studying and working in Cuba as business links and trade between the two countries increase. Read More

Michael Moore Attacks the Grotesque Profit Motive of the US Health Care System

<span style="font-size: 10pt; color: black; font-family: verdana"><font size="2">Academy Award-winning filmmaker Michael Moore sat down with Amy Goodman ahead of the release of his new film SiCKO. The film is a seething indictment of the US healthcare system. </font></span> Read More

A collection of notes by Ernest Hemingway have been discovered in Cuba

A collection of notes by Ernest Hemingway have been discovered in a Cuban house where the US author spent more than 20 years of his life, according to Cuban media Saturday. Read More

June 23rd

Remains of Vilma Espin buried in eastern Cuba

An intimate family ceremony, with military honors, accompanied the interment on Friday of the mortal remains of Cuban Heroine Vilma Espin at the Mausoleum of the Second Front, in eastern Santiago de Cuba province. Read More

US to move prisoners from Guantanamo to Afghanistan

The United States is helping expand a prison in Afghanistan to take some detainees from Guantanamo Bay. Meanwhile administration officials argue whether to bring the most dangerous to the US when the Cuban facility shuts down. Read More

Guantanamo problems. U.S. weighs speedier closing of jail in Cuba

President George W. Bush&#39;s top advisers are considering a recommendation to speed up the process of closing the American detention unit for suspected terrorists at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, according to administration officials familiar with the deliberations. Read More

New Website About Saving the Environment through Low Energy Solar Kiln Drying

Enviro-Forest Solutions Ltd announces launch of its new website to provide information to people that are interested in environmentally friendly timber processes for delivering sustainable, technically superior and innovative timber products. Read More

The story of one of the most famous pictures in the world

<span>Korda explained that he was working as reporter in the funeral procession when he made a show off with his old camera Leica with a lens of 90 millimeters, from left to right, to the platform where the rostrum was, eight to ten meters from the camera.<span> </span>Che was situated in the background and he got closer to <br /></span> Read More

Raúl receives Iranian minister of industry and mines

YESTERDAY afternoon, General of the Army Raúl Castro Ruz, second secretary of the Communist Party, received Doctor Ali Reza Tahmasbi, minister of industry and mines of the sister Islamic republic of Iran. Read More

Hemingways legacy subject of international conference in Cuba

Scholars and researchers on Hemingway from different countries, including the United States, Britain and Argentina are meeting this Friday, June 22 in Cuba to discuss the writer, who established a lasting impact in literature, PL reported.<br /> Read More