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Aeroflot unveiled Sukhoi Superjet for Cuba

Russias Sukhoi Civil Aircraft, a subsidiary of Sukhoi Aircraft Holding Company, unveiled yesterday the first Sukhoi Superjet 100 (SSJ) all-new airliner in Komsomolsk-on-Amur. SSJ is due to take off late this year, but the dates could be put off. Russias clients attempt to secure themselves against the deliveries breakdown by sharing risks with manufacturers via penalties and with foreign partners, to which they endeavor to re-address the jets. Read More

Cuba to host International Congress on Allergy Immunotherapy

Some of the topics that participants will analyze include mechanisms of adverse action and reaction in immunotherapy and the use of this procedure in affections like asthma and allergic rhinitis. Read More

Cuba-Vietnam rice project advances

The Cuban-Vietnamese project began in 2002 and is now in its second stage with an expansion to the five eastern provinces and Camaguey Read More

Ramón Fonst, never ranked second

Fonst, 76, worked as advisor at the Department of Physical Education and Sports of the Ministry of Education and serviced until a diabetic comma caused his death on September 4, 1959 in the Julio Sanguily Health Center in Havana. Read More

In Cuba, democracy is as it should be: participatory

The Cuban electoral system, which applies on the same principles for the election of Parliament and Council of State, included in the Constitution of 1976, was discussed intently and approved in a referendum by over 95 percent of the people. Read More

Indigenous voices at Havana Poetry Festival

The meeting also served as an occasion to celebrate the outstanding contribution of Martinez Fure, 70, to knowledge on popular Cuban and African cultures. Read More

Che Guevara: an ever-lasting symbol

At forty years of his killing in battle occurred in Bolivia on the fatal October 8, 1967, his executioners and foes learned his death did not at all lay a veil of oblivion over his legacy. Read More

Three homage of cuban culture

Chibas, Roa, and Guillen, a triad of multiple projections, strong individualities that are manifested from the intelligence, sensibility, thinking, spirituality seeking a better country, a country they dreamed of and they also contributed to sketch, in the middle of the changes and contradictions of their lives, from the love. Read More

Tomas Acea: garden rather than cemetery

It was inaugurated on December 14, 1926 and for its construction were chosen wavy lands belonging to the Acea family Read More

EGREM, cuban oldest recording studio

New plans, challenges and products of the music company Read More