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Experts from 20 countries start monday debates on hypertension in Cuba

Experts from 20 countries start Monday debates and analysis at the fourth International Symposium on High Blood Pressure in Villa Clara Province, central part of Cuba. Read More

Past, Present and Future of the Silversmith Museum in Havana, Cuba

The Silversmith Museum from the Office of the Historian was born on a May 18, in the old mansion from Obispo No. 113, an associated building with the intention of rescuing the ancient tradition of Cuban silversmiths, of exhibiting old collections and to promote contemporary creation of art in metal. Read More

In Pinar del Rio, Cuba: San Cristobal Municipality Museum a Big Task for a Giant

According to an old saying when there is a will there is a way, of course as long as a little bit of will and resources are added to it, and so it is demonstrated by workers of San Cristobal municipality museum, which has remained closed for 21 years and will be reopened soon. Read More

The Russian executive invest in remodelling KAMAZ trucks in Cuba

The Russian executive said that with ties restored are ready to help meet Cuban requests and promised to call a bid to invest in remodelling KAMAZ trucks in Cuba with more cost-effective use of resources. Read More

Iberoamerican Symposium on Gender and Communication Begins in Havana

Alternative media against hegemonic communication will be the main topic of the 8th Iberoamerican Symposium on Gender and Communication that begins on Tuesday at the Jose Marti International Journalism Institute in the Cuban capital. Read More

In Cuba: Education priorities on debate

The Teaching Universalization, the Program of General Teachers, the Integral Upgrading Course for the Youth, and the Art Instructors, were some of the topics tackled in the outcome of the prioritized goals of school year 2007-08 in Pinar del Río, where the part of the professor as the center of the teaching process was the criteria that prevailed. Read More

More than a hundred movies from twelve countries to compete in Cuba

More than a hundred movies from twelve countries will participate in the III International Festival of Audiovisuals for Childhood and Adolescents, which will be held here from next May 28 until July 1. Read More

Ecuador Awards Cuba for Social Aid

The prefect of Pichincha, Gustavo Baroja, delivered the award to Cuban ambassador in Ecuador, Benigno Perez in an event commemorating 186 years of the Battle of Pichincha that marked the end of Spanish domination. Read More

35-member Team of Cuban Doctors to Assist Earthquake Victims in China Includes 3.5 Tons of Medicine and Equipment

The 35-member team, made up by surgeons and orthopedics specialists, arrived in the capital of the province, Chegdu, at 8:30 p.m. The Cuban help also includes 3.5 tons of medicine and medical equipment that will get to the affected areas. Read More

Digital Photography Exhibition in Ciego de Ávila, Cuba

Offering the poetry of images is the intention of the Haikus photographic sample, by Yuri Limonte Hera, at the Raúl Martínez Art Gallery, in Ciego de Ávila city. Read More