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Cuban Cyclists to Compete in Uruguay

Cuban cyclists will compete in the 66th Tour of Uruguay, where they will pedal along 1,500 kilometers. Read More

6th International Shoulder and Knee Arthroscopy Symposium in Ciego de Ávila, Cuba

Prestigious Cuban and foreign professors will preside over the 6th International Shoulder and Knee Arthroscopy Symposium to be held April 6-11 at the Doctor Antonio Luaces Iraola Teaching Hospital in Ciego de Ávila city.  <br /> Read More

In Cuban Baseball Championship: Ciego de Ávila Consolidates Leadership in Eastern Zone

The team of Ciego de Avila won its three games in front of Metropolitanos while Villa Clara lost its three matches versus Matanzas, so the chart of positions had an unthinkable overturn in the eastern zone of the Cuban Baseball Championship. Read More

A priority of Cuban education: Preschool attention

Given the learning potential existing in early childhood, the Cuban educational system prioritizes the attention to preschoolers through several variants. Read More

G-20: Uncertainty and Cuba

The G-20, made up by the economically developed and emerging nations, which represent some 90 percent of the Gross Domestic Product and 80 percent of world trade in addition to two thirds of the population, will hold a summit on April 2nd in London.<br /> Read More

Cubasolar, a renewable way to ensure the future

When oil no longer exists and the history of renewable energy began to be written, Cubasolar must be recalled, a community that gathers efforts and very willing people who trust in what they do: research, innovation and teachings for new generations. Read More

International Congress on Procedural Law in Havana

Professionals from 13 nations have confirmed their attendance at the 2nd International Congress on Procedural Law, to be inaugurated on Tuesday in the University of Havana's Aula Magna. Read More

US Congresspersons Support Normal Religious Exchanges with Cuba

U.S Congresswoman Barbara Lee, visiting Havana, spoke out in favor of the normalization of exchanges between religious communities from Cuba and her country. Read More

US policy on Cuba evolving under President Barack Obama

President Barack Obama will soon move to ease travel and financial restrictions on Cuba as his administration conducts a broad review of its policy toward the communist nation, a senior American official said Monday. Read More

A modern Russian radar called “Aurora” deployed in Camagüey will improve air trafficking in Cuba

A modern Russian radar called “Aurora” –first of its kind in Cuba- is been deployed in Camaguey-based Ignacio Agramonte International Airport to improve control and safety of flights over national territory. Read More