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Organization of Ibero American States Highlights Cuban Education

The Secretary General of the Organization of Ibero-American States (OIS), for Education, Science, Culture, Alvaro Marchesi Ulastres said Cuba is an example on education. Read More

Hemingway's Cuba letters now at JFK Library

When Gaylord Johnson Jr. was struggling with a term paper at Phillips Academy in Andover, Mass., he figured he'd ask for help from someone who knew the material best: Ernest Hemingway.<br /> Read More

Cuba Gives Russia Museum Piece

Cuban President Raul Castro gave on Thursday a small replica of  the Granma yacht to the Central Museum of the Great Patriotic War in the Russian capital, during an official visit he is currently paying to this country. Read More

French Honors for Cuban poet, essayist and playwright Nancy Morejon

Cuban poet, essayist and playwright and Nancy Morejon was awarded an Honorary Doctorate Degree at the French Cergy-Pontoise University with three other personalities. Read More

Rethinking Education at Cuban Event

Media sabotage of family education and teaching impotence in adverse contexts are on the table Thursday of the 11th Congress &quot;Pedagogia 2009.&quot; Read More

Cuba Pays Tribute to Ecuadorian Hero Eloy Alfaro

Ecuador's ambassador to Cuba, Universi Zambrano, unveiled on Wednesday a commemorative plaque at the Monument dedicated to Ecuadorean National Hero Eloy Alfaro (1842-1912), at Havana's Infanta Park. Read More

Cuban Musician William Vivanco on the Eye again

A new video clip by Cuban young composer and troubadour William Vivanco, born in Santiago de Cuba, was presented here Thursday as a prelude of the concert the Cuban songwriter will perform at the Mella Theater in Havana. Read More

Cuban Sugar Industry University Graduates

The first 759 workers from Cuba's sugar industry have now graduated from university thanks to the restructuring process that occurred back in 2002 that transported them from the workplace to the classroom. The program is called the Alvaro Reynoso Task.<br /> Read More

Cubans Help Fighting Illiteracy in Timor Leste

Timor Leste's Education Minister Joao Cancio Freitas affirmed on Thursday more than 15,000 people have learned to read and write in his country, thanks to the collaboration of Cuban teachers. Read More

Cuba President Honors War Heroes

Cuba&quot;s President Raul Castro laid a wreath at the Victory Monument located in the Central Museum of the Great Patriotic War in Moscow.Cuba Gives Russia Museum Piece Read More