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Presidents and personalities arriving to the the 5th Summit of the Americas

Ban Ki-moon UN Secretary-General, Barack Obama and other 34 leaders from the western hemisphere will be meeting later today in Trinidad and Tobago. Read More

A dialog among U.S. and Cuba seemed a real possibility

Talks toward a thaw in U.S.-Cuba relations seemed to be a real possibility after the new presidents of both countries reached out to each other with surprisingly straightforward language about their desire to revive a relationship frozen by 50 years of cold war. Read More

Summit of Americas: If Obama wants to be succesful must hear the demands of Latin Americas Presidents.

Although Cuba has been excluded from the Summits of Americas, since the first one, in 1994, the meeting at Trinidad and Tobago will have to discuss cuban situation in the area. Read More

Cuba, perspectives of the process of demographic transition

Cuba is already in the process of demographic transition, an event that is common to developed countries. Will we hit the mark of 12 million inhabitants? Will we be increasingly less? Will we remain stable? Only the future will have the answers. Read More


New Cancer Ward Opened At Pinar del Río in Western Cuba

A modern ward for clinical trials on cancer patients was recently opened in the 3rd Congress Hospital of Pinar del Río, western province of Cuba Read More

International Olympic Comitee will discuss Baseball for Olympic Reinstatement

The International Olympic Committee in October will decide the program for the 2016 Olympic Games, with baseball being among the five sports competing for reinstatement Read More

Chávez criticizes OAS during ALBA's Summit opening speech

Venezuelan President opened Seventh Summit of the Bolivarian Alternative for the Peoples of Our Americas (ALBA) critizising the Summit of the Americas that will begin today in Trinidad and Tobago Read More

Hillary Clinton declares in Haiti that her country is ready to talk to Cuba

The United States is ready to talk to Cuba, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said on Thursday as Caribbean leaders piled pressure on Washington to end its sanctions against the island. Read More