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South Africa will spend $ 15 million on Cuban doctors and engineers

Cuban professionals working in the South African province of Free State cost to this region more than 185 million rand ($ 15 million), as announced Roy Jankielsohn, leader of the Democratic Alliance local party. Read More

Cuba will pay its debt with the Paris Club

Cuba and the Paris Club, composed of rich creditor nations, agreed that Cuba owes $ 15,000 million from the default of 1986, an important first step to renegotiate the debt, Western diplomats said. Read More

London company plans multimillion-dollar investment in Cuba

London & Regional, a company in the UK and owned by brothers Richard and Ian Livingstone, is considering investing in Cuba to develop a luxury resort, which could be the largest investment in the island since the Caribbean nation began normalization of diplomatic relations with the United States, Jewish Business News published on Monday. Read More

Cuban Deputy Foreign Minister: Cuba and the European Union are decided to conclude the agreement as soon as possible

Abelardo Moreno, Cuban Deputy Foreign Minister, said today in Brussels, Belgium, that the position of the European Union (EU) regarding the island evolves positively, according to Prensa Latina news agency. Read More

Cuba calls to strengthen academic cooperation between EU and CELAC

Cuba called on Monday to strengthen cooperation between universities in the countries of the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (CELAC by its Spanish acronym) and the European Union (EU) during the II Academic Summit held by both regional blocs in Brussels, the Belgian capital. Read More

US scholarships for Cuban science teachers

Under the title "Teaching the Next Generation of Scientists: Professional Workshop for Latin American Science Instructors', the Institute of the Americas offer 30 scholarships for workshops given by Latin American secondary school teachers. Read More

Plans to generalize Internet access in Cuba filtered

Converting the existing low-speed switched services in broadband during 2015 and 2016, and reach by 2020 at least 50% of households (1 942 950) with broadband access to the Internet, are two of the most striking goals the Ministry of Communications plans to make, as part of a "National Strategy for the development of broadband infrastructure in Cuba". Read More

Military Reporters from Illinois National Guard to Guantanamo

About two dozen members of the Illinois National Guard are being sent to Cuba. The soldiers, who will play the role of military reporters, will be housed at the US naval base at Guantanamo. Read More