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March 21st

Dominican Republic's Pushes for Literacy Drive

Dominican Republic's Education Minister Melanio Paredes urged business people, the Church and all his fellow citizens to support a campaign aimed at eradicating illiteracy in three years. Read More

In Cuba, Ciego de Ávila: Venue for the National Congress of History

With the purpose of promoting the study, the analysis and diffusion of history, researchers from all over Cuba will meet in the central Cuban province of Ciego de Ávila on the 26th and 27th of the present month, during the celebration of the XIX National Congress of History. <br /> Read More

Impact of cosmic object left traces in western Cuba

The impact traces of a cosmic object, from allegedly 65 million years ago, are taken today as proofs for the cataclysm in the rocks of Viñales municipality in western Cuba. Read More

“Federico Engels” Vocational School swept at Lenin Cup

“Federico Engels” Vocational School won the first national position at the Lenin Cup, in which institutes of all the provinces of the country -except for Ciego de Avila- participated, competing in all the subjects. Read More

In Havana Biennial: Professor Tatsuo Miyajima does not share capitalist predation

Professor Tatsuo Miyajima, a Japanese artist, vice-president of the Tohuko Art University is visiting our country for the first time in answer to an invitation from the organizers of the Tenth Havana Biennial and from the Cuban creator Alexis Leyva (Kcho). Read More

Cuba to Host Caribbean Culinary Festival

The eastern city of Santiago de Cuba will host the First International Culinary Festival of the Caribbean next September. Read More

Artistic Group Maraguan Performes in Las Tunas, Cuba

The famed artistic group Maraguan, belonging to the University of Camaguey, offeres its excellent dance to the inhabitants of this eastern city, as part of a national tour, promoted by the Federation University Students.<br /> Read More

New Archeological Findings in Holguin, Cuba

Recent findings in the Cuban province of Holguin could confirm the existence of an aboriginal and Hispanic community with certain economic development before 1752, when Holguin was granted the title of city. Read More

Ex-Bush admin official: Many at Gitmo are innocent

Many detainees locked up at Guantanamo were innocent men swept up by U.S. forces unable to distinguish enemies from noncombatants, a former Bush administration official said Thursday. Read More

Cuba turns towards free software

The Fourth International Workshop of Free Software,  recently held in the country, was the space chosen for the presentation of the Cuban Guide for the changing from the open code system. Read More