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In four years Cuba thwarted 35 cases of international drug trafficking at its airports

As part of operations by specialized forces of the interior ministry and the Republic's General Customs, 49 people from 23 countries have been arrested. Read More

The Jamaica Labor Party government to continue diplomatic relations with Cuba

THE Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) Government will be continuing the country's diplomatic relations with Cuba, Prime Minister Bruce Golding assured officials of its Caribbean neighbour yesterday. Read More

Tropical storm Ingrid well east of the Lesser Antilles moving west-northwestward

At 500 am ast...0900z...the center of tropical storm Ingrid was located near latitude 15.1 north, longitude 49.2 west or about 805 miles-1300 km east of the Lesser Antilles Read More

Singapore and Cuba will cooperate to fight dengue

The Memorandum of Understanding was signed by the CEO of Singapore's National Environment Agency Lee Yuen Hee, and Director-General of Cuba's Institute of Pedro Kouri Gustavo Kouri. Read More

Cuban voter registration lists to be posted

The voting age in Cuba is 16, and all apt citizens are automatically included, avoiding the often discriminatory or complicated registration processes in many countries where ample sectors of the population are left unable to vote. Read More

Cuban track stars win in Austrian leg of Golden League Competition

Hurdler Dayron Robles came in at 13:05 seconds, a new record in the track and field competition being held in Linz, Austria, while Yargelis Savigne won in triple-jump with a leap of 14.73 meters Read More

Exhibition of Mexican Works at National Museum of Fine Arts

The exhibition 'Homage to Mexico: Muralists in the Collection of the National Museum of Fine Arts' will be inaugurated on Wednesday afternoon at this arts institution in the Cuban capital. Read More

Selected more women and youth candidates in Cuban Elections

The number of women and youth selected as pre-candidates to the nominating assemblies in Cuban municipal elections is increasing all over the country. Read More

Zimbabwe VP ends her visit to Cuba

"I have learned a lot about the resistance, commitment and unity of the Cuban people," said Zimbabwe's Vice President Joyce Teurai Ropa Mujuru on Wednesday at the end of a five-day official visit to the island. Read More

Maintaining Momentum: The Challenge of Follow-through in Cuban Society (I)

The failure to maintain momentum in carrying out certain programs and services in Cuba has become a pernicious problem that tarnishes the dreams of residents on the island Read More