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Panamanian President congratulates graduates using Cuban Literacy Method

The literacy program is aimed at 188,000 Panamanians who, according to a recent census, are illiterate. It seeks to teach the first 40,000 by the end of this year and the rest by the end of 2008. Read More

Call to The 29th International Festival of the New Latin American Cinema by its President Alfredo Guevara

The Festivals program comprises the main Contest with its competing sections, as usual the General Information Program on the works in contest, a comprehensive panorama of the New Cinema and of Contemporaneous Cinema displayed in Showings and Homage Activities, Retrospectives, Posters Contest and Exhibitions, Plastic Art Exhibitions, Concerts, Dance Performances, Presentation of new books, a Contest of Unpublished Scripts and if feasible a workshop would be included Read More

10,000 nicaraguans recover vision

The hospital was opened in late April by President Daniel Ortega and is part of the Vision Now project created to support six million Latin Americans to recover sight within 10 years. Read More

The Revolution has already been planted in Latin America

In a 17-minute video run Sunday during the "Alo Presidente" TV show, broadcast from the central Cuban city of Santa Clara, Fidel Castro stressed that consciousness is the most important weapon for that revolutionary struggle Read More

Operation Miracle returns sight to 14,000 guatemalans

Cuban specialists are currently working on another similar facility in the western department of San Marcos, to expand coverage of the Operation Miracle program in Guatemala. Read More

Raul Castro Receives Honduran President

There are currently 400 Cuban doctors working in Honduras, while 1,000 young people from that nation are studying in Cuba - 500 of them as medical students. Read More

Honduran President characterizes his official visit to Cuba as historic

Cuba and Honduras re-established diplomatic relations in 2002, but since 1998 after Hurricane Mitch, some 1 500 Cuban health professions have offered their services free of charge in that Central American nation. Read More

Cuba to host large honduran delegation

It is the first time a Honduran president has officially visited the island. The principal activity of the president will be the signing of the Maritime Demarcation Treaty between the two nations on October 9. Read More

Ibero-American Conference on Critical Thinking to be held in Holguin

Scholars and experts from Venezuela, Ecuador, Mexico, United States and Cuba have confirmed their participation at the event which will debate some137 research papers in 4 different forums. Read More

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