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April 2nd

Coach Eugenio George is recovering from surgery

Cuban volleyball coach Eugenio George, considered the best of the twentieth century, underwent emergency surgery for diverticulitis, intervention which is recovering favorably. Read More

Cuba also seeks AIDS vaccine

AIDS is a disease that increases in incidence internationally, being the cause of death of large numbers of people for nearly 30 years that was first diagnosed. Scientists worldwide are concerned that the number of lives each year leads to rise. Read More

Cuba plans to expand its forest area by 2015

More than 270 000 hectares will be afforested with spices vegetable production and conservation, which will help to extend the forest area by 2015 Cuba. Read More

Growing self-employment in Ciego de Avila

The opening of self-employment as one of the steps in updating the Cuban economic model has been well received across the country and the emergence of new proposals for services in Ciego de Avila is proof of that. Read More

Guamo Award at Guantanamo

On Saturday March 31 was delivered in Guantanamo Guamo Prize awarded by the Union of Writers and Artists of Cuba (UNEAC) to stimulate the creator who made ​​major contributions is the regional culture. Read More

April 1st

Cuban film "Habanastation" wins award in Egypt

In 21 International Film Festival for Children, Cairo, Mexico and Cuba were the creditors of the Special Jury Prize "Habanastation" film was awarded the Caribbean island. Read More

Importance of import substitution in the current Cuban economy

Import substitution is a priority of the current Cuban economy due to changes taking place on the island and the prevailing global crisis. This task involves many centers of production of goods and services in the country that should know the importance of increasing domestic production. Read More

Persevering struggle to preserve the soil at Guantanamo

The floors are 35 years Cubans being protected by the Soil Station Guantanamo scientific institution which has developed a hard work that has earned international recognition and be a role model for the scientific community of the province. Read More

Cuba recognized internationally for its development in Neuroscience

Carlos Santos, president of the Society for Neuroscience in Cuba, said the island stands out worldwide in the development achieved in this area, despite the lack of material. Read More

Cuban judokas will compete in Havana before the Pan American Championships

Between 3 and 6 April will be held in Havana international judo tournaments where Cuban athletes will participate later leave for Montreal, Canada, home of the Pan American Championships. Read More