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Cuba Looks at Foreign Policy History

The work of the founders and prestigious personalities of Cuban foreign policy was noted by officials of the Foreign Affairs Ministry (MINREX) and Raul Roa Higher Institute of International Relations. Read More

Protest Planned in Miami Demanding Right to Travel to Cuba for all US Citizens

The Miami based Association of Christian Women in Defense of the Family along with the Marti Alliance are calling for all those in favour of lifting the restrictions against US citizens visiting Cuba to join a convoy of cars next Saturday June 13 to drive through the city of Miami. Read More

Computerization steps up in Pinar del Río society

The computerization of Pinar del Río society is a long, complex and expensive process that will benefit all the citizens, even those who never sit in front of a computer. Read More

UN Includes Cuban Technology in South-South Cooperation

The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)has included a Cuban technology to preserve untreated milk without refrigeration in its international cooperation programme IDEASS. Read More

Las Tunas Zoo under Repair. It is the youngest institution of that type in Cuba

It is the youngest institution of that type in Cuba. Its workers are achieving to multiply animals that have never been reproduced in other parts of the country. Read More

Cuban Grand Master Leinier Domínguez Leads Capablanca Memorial in Havana

Cuban Grand Master Leinier Domínguez (ELO 2721) beat Russian GM Boris Savchenko (2655) in 72 moves to remain undefeated and atop the leader board of the Elite group with 3 points at the Capablanca Memorial Chess tournament ongoing in Havana.<br /> Read More

In Cienfuegos, Cuba: Ovidio González Hernández Photo Exhibition

Local artist and cofounder of the San Antonio de los Baños School of Cinema and Televisión (EICTV), Ovidio González Hernández, opens his latest photo exhibition, En blanquinegros, on Friday in Cienfuegos. Read More

Lobster fishing season starts in Cuba

The industrial fishing enterprise of La Coloma in Pinar del Río, a National Vanguard entity, is to host the main event for the start of the lobster fishing season on Monday, showing favourable results in the production and the hurricanes recovery. Read More

In Cuba: Starts a TV channel at a Santiago de Cuba mountain municipality

The rich history of the Santiago municipality of Segundo Frente will be broadcasted in its territory with the start of a TV channel that will be part of the territory stations created in the country. Read More