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Cuba Asks to Join International Mad Cow Preventive Project

Cuba has requested to be included in a project of the Agricultural and Food Organization (FAO) that is seeking to prevent mad cow disease.<br /> Read More

Ceremony in Jamaica for New Scholars in Cuba

The ceremony granting scholarships to three Jamaican students that were selected to enter the International School of Visual Arts and Music in Cuba was held at the Cuban embassy in Kingston. Read More

Cuba’s Haydee Santamaria Medal Bestowed on Two Foreign Artists

The Haydee Santamaria Medal was conferred on Thursday to artists Leon Ferrari, from Argentina, and Antonio Martorell, from Puerto Rico, at a ceremony held at Havana’s Casa de Las Americas cultural institution. Read More

Cuba in Latin American Safe Hospital Program

Cuba is among the leading Latin American and Caribbean countries to implement the Safe Hospital Confirmation Program, says Dr. Guillermo Mesa, director of the Latin American Medical Disaster Center (CLAMED).<br /> Read More

Dramatic Group Carries out Cultural Days in Las Tunas, Cuba

The dramatic group Teatro del Viento from Camaguey province is carrying out several <br /> performances in this city will until today. Read More

Cuban Leinier Dominguez Heads Chess Ranking in the Americas

Cuban Grand Master Leinier Dominguez heads the ranking of chess players in the American continent with 2, 721 ELO points, four more than the previous leader, the U.S Gata Kamsky.<br /> Read More

Over 24 Thousand Victims of Chernobyl Accident Attended in Cuba

Cuba as assisted over 24 thousand victims of the Chernobyl nuclear accident in the last 19 years, said Dr. Julio Medina, Director of the humanitarian assistance program. Read More

Cuban Journalist and Former Diplomat Carlos Lechuga Passed Away

Cuban journalist and former diplomat Carlos Lechuga passed away on Tuesday in Havana. He was admired by the Cuban people for his legacy as journalist and diplomat. Read More

Photo Display on Cuba Opens in Japan

The exhibition &quot;That´s what Cubans are Like&quot; of photographer Roberto Salas, opened at the Cervantes Institute here as part of the festivities on occasion of the 80th anniversary of Cuba-Japan diplomatic ties Read More