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May 22nd

Using Molecular Biology Technique for Blood Screening In Latin America: Bogotá and Havana

The technology is used in only two cities in Latin America —Bogotá and Havana. It is the only technology that can detect virus from different diseases like HIV/Aids during their so-called “window period” Read More

May 21st

Agents of Spanish secret service that were investigating activities of ETA members were expelled from Cuba

Cuba has expelled a group of Spanish secret service agents who had come to investigate activities of members of the militant Basque separatist group ETA on the Caribbean island Read More

Area of low pressure near Cuba will be investigated by an Hurricane Hunter aircraft

An area of low pressure that is causing rain and strong winds in the Gulf of Mexico will be investigated by an Hurricane Hunter aircraft. Read More

In Cienfuegos, Cuba, Open´s Canadian Art Exhibition

The art exhibition opened at the local headquarters of the Cuban Union of Writers and Artists (UNEAC) and includes pieces by prestigious Canadian artists such as Hers Jacob, Jeffery B. Childs, Cameron Tomsett, Simon Andrew, Noel Bullock and Otis Tamasauskas. Read More

"A Restorer of Dreams", Cuban Anthological Album, Compete in Latin Grammy Awards 2010

The music project ˜Un restaurador de sueños (A Restorer of Dreams), dedicated to late Cuban singer Antonio Machin, which received an International Award during the 13th Cubadisco Music Festival that is underway in Havana, will compete in the 2010 edition of the Latin Grammy Awards<br /> Read More

Cuba graduates the first Mexican student in Sclera-Therapy

He is a Doctor in Pediatric and Podiatry Surgery (medicine and surgery on diabetic feet and ankle). He is graduated in Clinical Nutrition and Obesity. Read More

Prima Ballerina Assoluta Alicia Alonso and Cuban Ballet Honored in Brazil

The act was held at the headquarters of the Sao Paulo Legislative Assembly, where Alicia Alonso received a commemorative medal. Read More

In Las Tunas, Cuba, Plastic Artists Pay Homage to Jose Marti

This exhibition is part of a national purpose Environment of Education and Culture for the socialization of the educational project Jose Marti in the 221st century. Read More

PAHO official praised Cuba for efficienciy in collection of blood donations

Mario Pichardo, a consultant on systems and services of the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO), praised Cuba for its efficiency regarding the collection of blood donations Read More

Cuban rum Santiago will be distributed in Spanish market

The Cuban rum Santiago will be distributed on the Spanish market after an agreement was signed between Cuban and Spanish companies. Read More