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August 24th

Exhibition to remember heroine of the Revolution, Vilma Espin

The Federation of Cuban Women (FMC) celebrated its 47th anniversary on Thursday honoring the memory and example of founder and leader Vilma Espin Guillois, a tireless fighter both before and after the triumph of the revolution. Read More

Coastal roads under repair in eastern Cuba after Dean

Road repair crews are working hard to open sections of the coastal highway that borders the base of the Sierra Maestra Mountains washed out by Hurricane Dean. The highway was badly damaged by the huge waves generated by Dean as it churned south of Cuba, on its path through the Caribbean Sea. Read More

Zapata swamp, the closest contact with Mother Nature

<span>The nature tourism in Cuba is one of the most demanded options for those who visit the country due to its unique natural gifts.<span> <br /></span></span> Read More

August 23rd

85th Anniversary of cuban radio

The radio has always been in our lives, still is, although we are not very aware of its presence. Grandiloquent or modest, with loud speakers or almost whispering. The radio has been the greatest chronicler of a full century. Of an epoch. Read More

Eastern cuban pipe factory boosts water projects

HolgPlast has a production capacity to deliver about ten thousand tons per year of pipes of different diameters within the range between 90 and 355 millimeters in diameter in one of its extruders, and from 400 millimeters up to 1,000 millimeters in the other high-density polyethylene extrusion machine. Read More

Dean leaves a trail of destruction in Mexico, but no victims

Now it remains to quantify the damage in all its magnitude and begin reconstruction works which, for many, will be by their own means if the governments do not fulfill their promises. Read More

Federation of Cuban Women reaches its 47 anniversary

This year, there wont be any parties on this date, because of Vilma Espins death, who devoted her whole life to defend womens rights, the activities will be developed to pay homage to this woman. Read More

The empire tastes an unprecedented moral defeat

Fidel Castro addresses the latest hearing of the Cuban Five, attended by a host of supportive world figures on Monday 20 at the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals in Atlanta. He highlights the participation of 73 internationally personalities renowned for their expertise in international law. In this light, it has become evident and irrefutable that the charges for which the five men were arrested and convicted were fraudulent Read More

Cuban scientists contribute to the development of Ornithology

Thanks to the ringing process, 300 pink flamingos are now identified in the Rio Maximo National Animal Refuge, in Camaguey, which has the largest flock of these birds in all the Caribbean Read More

Cuban students enrich knowledge

All of them jointly plan to recognize teachers' efforts to train nearly 3,000 students. Read More