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Aboriginal Australians Learn How to Read and Write Using Cuban Method

A second group of Aboriginal Australians learned to read and write in their own language with the Cuban literacy method Yes, I can, in the town of Wilcannia, in New South Wales, the same state where Canberra, the capital, is located. Read More

Brazilian, Cuban Companies to Meet

Brazilian textile and shoe companies, and its Cuban peer will hold a business round in this capital on Friday, to raise bilateral trade, Cuba''s Chamber of Commerce (CCC) stated. Read More

Cuban Entrepreneurs Wary of New Import Tax

The entrance sign reads in Spanish "Sales area for the self-employed." A jump in import taxes on Monday, Sept. 3 threatens to make life tougher for some of Cuba's new entrepreneurs who the government has been trying to encourage as it cuts a bloated workforce in the socialist economy. Read More

French Expert: Cuba Has the Best Barmen in the Region

Davide Marcovitch, vice president of the French Moet Hennessy Louis Vuitton for Latin America, said he was confident his group’s sale will grow in Cuba because, in his opinion, the Cuban barmen and sommeliers are the best in the region. Read More

Former Cuba schools employee arrested in theft

A former official with the troubled Cuba Independent Schools District has been arrested in the theft of handicap ramps owned by the district. Read More

Cuba, nomination of candidates for delgates to the People's Power Start Today

Cubans are holding as of today until September 29 about 51,000 community meetings to nominate candidates for delegates to the Municipal Assemblies of People''s Power, a process within the bounds of the 2012 to 2013 general elections. Read More

Oscar Espinosa Chepe was attended at a Havana hospital for a liver disease

A leading Cuban dissident who was once a state-economist has been hospitalized for 10 days with serious liver problems, but his wife said Monday he was responding positively to treatment. Read More

Cuba’s patron saint honored with ride on Biscayne Bay in anticipation of her day next week

<br /> In preparation of a major celebration planned in her honor next week, the statue of Our Lady of Charity was taken from her popular Coconut Grove shrine on Sunday for her traditional boat ride on Biscayne Bay. Read More