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Cuban University to Boost Professional Training

More than 15,000 professionals in Granma province will benefit from training courses at the university of this eastern Cuban province, the National News Agency (AIN) reported. Read More

Cuba Using Public Facilities for Post-Hurricane Shelters

To ease the housing problem in Havana, which was further aggravated by the passing of hurricanes Gustav and Ike, intense work is underway to identify public facilities that can be turned into shelters for affected families. Read More

Intellectuals in 30 countries demand an end to the blockade on Cuba

In less than 24 hours more than 1,000 intellectuals from Latin America, the United States, Europe and Africa have signed an appeal circulated by their Cuban colleagues, expressing solidarity and demanding an end to the U.S. blockade of Cuba Read More

Cuba Moves On, Despite Blockade

Foreign Minister, Felipe Perez Roque, assured today that Cuba will move forward in spite of the economic, financial and commercial blockade imposed by the United States since almost four decades ago. Read More

Food Production: A Priority for Cuban Farmers

Cuban citizens, who have applied for lands in tune with a recently implemented decree law on the leasing of idle lands to individuals and legal entities, consider that the measure is very important to increase food production for the population. Read More

Destinos a new premiere in Cuban documentary cinema

The Cuban documentary Destinos (Destiny), a piece that shows the current reality of men and women all over the world who studied University in Cuba, will be screened from September 18, in the cinema Yara, from this capital. Read More

Cuba is increasing urban gardens to boost food production

Cuba is increasing urban gardens to boost food production after the agricultural disaster caused by Hurricanes Gustav and Ike. Read More

Volleyball Cuba Against US in America Volleyball Cup

The tournament will have two qualifying groups, with Cuban, Argentinean and Americans in the A, while Mexico will be joined by Venezuela and host Brazil. Cuba will have a tough debut against the Beijing Olympic champions. Read More

Reflections by Fidel Castro Ruz Twice The Same Lie

By resorting to the same lie twice, the State Department has had no qualms to deceive the world’s public opinion, and they do it in a cynical way.<br /> Read More

Catholic Charities collects aid for storm victims in the Caribbean

Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Miami is collecting monetary donations to help the Caribbean islands affected by a busy storm season that brought the havoc of Tropical Storm Fay and Hurricanes Gustav and Ike. Read More