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February 28th

More trade promotion foreseeen in Cuba

Cuba makes efforts to boost its economy to cope with the current world crisis and, for this, it foresees a larger promotion of its exports and cut its imports substituting them with national made products. Read More

Abel Prieto Attends Int Book Fair in Sancti Spiritus

The 19th International Book Fair underway in the central province of Sancti Spiritus was attended Thursday by Cuban Culture Minister Abel Prieto, who corroborated that the event goes beyond its commercial value and is turned into a cultural celebration.<br /> <br /> Read More

Cuban School for the Blind Celebrates its 84th Year

The oldest school for the blind in Cuba in the capital arrived at its 85th year of founding with popular recognition and that has graduated thousands of persons. Read More

Primavera Documentaries

The Santiago Álvarez Office from the Cuban Institute of Art and Cinema presented the project named Primavera Documentaries. Project which aims to promote artistic aptitudes towards that genre on children and youngsters of the community. Read More

Stone zoo, the only one in the world is in Cuba

Angel Iñigo, is the sculptor and creator of the Zoo Stone, unique of its kind in Guantanamo and in the world. He has five children, Angelito, the oldest inherited his temper and physical appearance as well as his gift of creating figures from the stone. Read More

Immunization campaign begins in Cuba

Cuba will start the next March 5th its 49th national immunization campaign against polio and in the two projected stages more than half a million children will be immunized. Read More

Grenada, Cuba Presidents to Meet

Prime Minister of Grenada, Tillman Thomas, will meet with Cuban President Raul Castro, on the occasion of his official visit to this country as of Sunday, media outlets reported. The visitor's agenda will also include laying a wreath at the monument to Cuban national Hero Jose Marti (1853-1895). Read More

Cubans Appoint Candidates for Elections

Cubans continued exercising their constitutional right to appoint candidates directly for elections, to be held in April. Read More

Sancti Spiritus Health Cooperation Abroad Grows

Over 1 900 physicians from the central Cuban province of Sancti Spiritus are currently working in more than 40 countries under the cooperation agreements signed with different nations. Read More

Dayron Robles to Compete in Lievin

Cuban Dayron Robles, 110 hurdler Olympic champion, will compete in the Lievin Indoor athletics Meeting in Pas-de-Calais, France. Read More