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December 30th

Cuba: Over 2.3 million voluntary blood donations for the past five years

Over 2.3 million voluntary blood donations reports the Committee for the Defense of the Cuban Revolution (CDR) for the past five years. Read More

Cuban Youth to Remember Caravan of the Victorious by the Leader of the Cuban Revolution

From Jan 2-8 a group of Cuban youth will reproduce the victorious path led by the leader of the Cuban Revolution Fidel Castro in 1959 at the triumph of the guerrillas struggle on the island. Read More

Zambia President Praises Achievements of Cuban Revolution

Zambia's president, Rupiah Banda, praised the Cuban Revolution's achievements, especially in the sectors of healthcare and education and said it was an example for the Third World Countries. Read More

Southern Cross Brigade Arrives to Cuba

Members of the Southern Cross Brigade were welcomed on Monday at the Julio Antonio Mella International Camp located on the outskirts of Havana. Read More

Guatemala highlights sports program results with the collaboration of Cuban technicians

More than 100 medals were conquered by young Guatemalan athletes incorporated to the SIDEPORTE sports program, applied starting in 2008, with the collaboration of Cuban technicians. Read More

China Symposium on Cuba Revolution

The excellent state of China-Cuba relations was valued Monday during a symposium in the Chinese capital on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the Cuban Revolution on January 1. Read More

Santiago de Cuba´s City Hall Repairs Concluded

The emblematic city hall from where Commander-in-Chief Fidel Castro announced the triumph of the Cuban Revolution on January 1, 1959, has recovered its architectural splendor after major restoration work. Read More

Las Tunas Medical Students, the Best in Community Work

If there is a university work that must be highlighted before concluding this year, it is the community work that is carried out in the eastern province of Las Tunas by medical students of this region, 690 kilometers to the East of Havana. Read More

Cubans line up to apply for Spanish citizenship

Hundreds of Cubans lined up outside the Spanish Embassy in Havana on Monday on the first day Spain began taking applications for Spanish citizenship under the country's "historic memory" law. Read More

Cuba First Vice President Machado Ventura in Sancti Spiritus

“The country urgently needs a better answer from the farmers both to supply the most demanding local markets and to substitute imports”, said Cuban First Vice President Jose Ramon Machado Ventura during his visit to the Cuban municipality of Yaguajay in the island’s central province of Sancti Spiritus.<br /> Read More