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Cuban doctors at Bolivian Health Fair

Since February 2006, more than 115,000 people on low incomes, including Argentineans, Peruvians, Brazilians and Paraguayans who crossed the border, have had their vision restored via surgery in 12 ophthalmology centers established in Bolivia Read More

Urban agriculture boosts employment and food production

There are now more than 35,000 hectares of land dedicated to this pioneering form of food production and the aim is to further increase the program. Read More

Over 700 thousand university students in 2007-2008

Cubas 2007-2008 school year will open next week with over 700,000 students in all the islands universities, a figure well over last years enrolment, Higher Education Minister Juan Vela told acn in this central Cuban city. Read More

Cuba ready for the development of the process of nomination of candidates

Sources of the National Electoral Commission (NEC) told that this is one of the most important moments of the general elections that will take place on October 21st. Read More

Yipsi Moreno cuban hammers thrower makes her way in Osaka

Cuban hammer-thrower Yipsi Moreno, silver in Helsinki 2005, takes part at the four stage of the 11th World Athletics Championship, underway in Osaka, Japan. Read More

Cuban films in Mexico

One film would be exhibited and debated every Wednesday. The program includes such motion pictures as "Viva Cuba", directed by Juan Carlos Cremata, the anthological "Memorias del Subdesarrollo" (Memories of Underdevelopment) by Tomas Gutierrez Alea, and "Elpidio Valdés", by Juan Padron. Read More

General Secretary of Ibero-American Conference visits Cuba

The General Secretary of the Iberoamerican Conference, Enrique Iglesias, begins a visit to Cuba on Tuesday on the invitation of the Cuban government. Read More

Reggaeton: He who is free from sin throws the first song

The peak of the reggaeton is closely related with the crisis of salsa music an opinion he shares with Danny Rivera. "Salsa music has lost the street and that has sunk it into a crisis", added the famous director and trombonist. Read More

Cuban Five, victims of National Security Justice

Since Washington had failed to punish Cuba adequately for its near half century of disobedience, the opportunity presented by the Cuban Five fell onto the vengeful ground of the national security elite Read More

Developing of Cubas biotechnology is up and going

This scientific activity yields a number of products that by far contribute to ensure health quality for the population at the time its the second export line in the country. Read More