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Held in Ciego de Ávila, Cuba: 2009 Pedagogy Congress

The 2009 international Pedagogy Congress, main event of the Cuban teachers, is held at provincial level in Ciego de Ávila during October 8-9. <br /> Read More

October 8: Example of Che Guevara

The school notes of the boy Ernesto, when he studied third and fourth grade, are shown to the assisting public to the museum located in the sculptural group that pays homage to the Commander Ernesto Guevara, in Villa Clara province, Cuba.<br /> Read More

Cuban Government Representative Praises Health Sector

The vice president of the Cuban Council of Ministers, Jose Luis Rodriguez expressed appreciation for the work done by health workers in the province of Holguin after Hurricane Ike when concluding a tour to this eastern territory. Read More

Great Wall Motor Shipped 1,500 Pick-ups to Cuba in Oct

This was the first batch of the order from Cuban Government, which agreed to purchase 4,500 such products for its energy source, power, medical care and health and transportation organs. The remaining 3,000 products are expected to be delivered before the end of this year.<br /> Read More

Cuban Museum Promotes Rapprochement with Muslim Culture

A rapprochement between Cuban and Muslim culture is being promoted with the exhibition of a copy of the Koran at the Majagua Municipal museum, in the island’s central Ciego de Avila province. Read More

Cuba Shows Record ELO in a national team’s 2,625 point

Cuba’s chess national team’s 2,625 point ELO represents the highest average a selection for the Caribbean nation has ever shown at chess Olympiads, this one to take place in Dresden, Germany. Read More

A tribute to Humberto Solas in the 40th anniversary of his movie Lucía

On occasion of the 40th anniversary of the Cuban movie Lucía, emblematic in the history of national cinema, last October 6th, there took place in this city a tribute to its producer, Humberto Solás, who died recently. Read More

Alicia Alonso and the Cuban National Ballet in Canada

Within the repertoire of the Cuban National Ballet, Giselle has a significant importance, not only because of its own history, but also because with this play and with Alicia Alonso, its wonderful star, Cuba is noticed for the first time in the international dance field. Read More

In Bolivia with Cuban Method: Literacy Campaign Advances in a total of 235 municipalities

A total of 235 municipalities out of Bolivia’s 327 have been declared as territories free from illiteracy thanks to an ongoing campaign using the Cuban literacy method ‘Yo si puedo’ (Yes, I Can). Read More

In Cuba: Havana Province Readies for Tobacco Harvest

Havana province’s tobacco growers are equipping camps, industries and tobacco barns for the upcoming tobacco- leaf harvest, which will be joined by an additional force known as 9th Congress of the Cuban Workers Federation Contingent. Read More