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Russia for Full Cooperation with Latin American and the Caribbean

Russia is preparing to develop full cooperation relations with Latin America and the Caribbean, President Dmitri Medvedev stated in his meeting on Tuesday with Guyanese President Bharrat Jagdeo. Read More

Raul Castro Signs Condolences Book at Haitian Embassy in Havana

Cuban President Raul Castro visited on Monday the Haitian embassy in Havana to express Cuba’s sorrow and solidarity with the people of Haiti after the devastating earthquake that hit Port-au-Prince last month. Read More

Six Cuban Rehabilitation Wards Offer their Services in Haiti

The first six Cuban Rehabilitation wards came into operation on Monday in this capital, devastated on January 12 by an earthquake of great intensity. Read More

Spain supports genetic research to prevent illegal Haitian Children Traffic

To stop the illegal traffic of Haitian children, Spanish experts will analyze 5,000 genetic samples of Haitian children, who remained defenceless and alone after the devastating earthquake in this Caribbean island. Read More

German Aid to Cuba in Haiti

The German socialist Die Linke (The Left) party will request that the federal government supports Cuba's humanitarian programs in Haiti.<br /> Read More

US Kid Kidnappers in Haiti Arrested

Ten US citizens were detained in Haiti, accused of kidnapping children to take them out of the country, The Wall Street Journal reported Monday. Read More

Cuban anti-vector brigade ready to fight disease in Haiti

A team of sixty-two technicians specialized in vector-control arrived in Haiti from Cuba to work in a disease control campaign along with Cuban doctors and Haitian fifth-year students from the Santiago de Cuba Latin American School of Medicine. Read More

Cuban VP Signs Book of Condolences for Earthquake in Haiti

On behalf of the Cuban government and people, Esteban Lazo Hernandez, vice president of the State Council, signed this Friday the condolence book for the victims of the earthquake that struck Haiti on January 12. Read More

Cuba Fights Epidemics in Haiti

Possible outbreaks are among the greatest risks hanging over the Haitian capital after the quake, something Cuban workers try to avoid with their vast experience and resources. Read More

Haitian Official Recognizes Cuban Response to Quake

“The response of the international community was very important to us, but of all, Cuba was the first country to help us,” Haitian government advisor Jean Rénald Clerisme told the media. Read More

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