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Panamanian officials involved in release of terrorist Posada Carriles to be tried

Three Panamanian officials of the administration of former president Mireya Moscoso will face trial for violating the law in the case of the release of Cuban-born international terrorist Luis Posada Carriles. Read More

Cuban Director Gutiérrez Alea honoured at Panamanian Film Festival

Recognised as one of the founders of Cuban cinema, Gutiérrez Alea wrote and directed over twenty films and documentaries since he began his career in the late 1950s, until his death in 1996. Read More

Mexican authorities denounced illegal trafficking of undocumented cubans

Cuban pays between 10 000 and 12 000 dollars which includes the departure on speed boats from Cuba's western coasts to Quintana Roo. Read More

Nica medical students return home

You are the new men and women Nicaragua needs, said the Nicaraguan Ambassador to Havana on Saturday during a flag hand-over ceremony of the 1st "Vilma Espin" Nicaraguan Medical Brigade, expected to return home today. Read More

The National Hurricane Center forecast that a tropical depression may form in Atlantic

A low-pressure area in the Atlantic Ocean may turn into a tropical depression over the next couple of days, the National Hurricane Center said on Wednesday. Read More

Cuba and Venezuela get ready for parliamentary meeting

Havana, Aug 1 (acn) The president of Cubas parliamentary, Ricardo Alarcon, said Cuba and Venezuela will review the development of their fruitful relationship during the third inter-parliamentary meeting, which begins Thursday, August 2, in Caracas. Read More

Panama takes another look at Posada's case

Posada and his accomplices Pedro Crispin Remon, Gaspar Jimenez and Guillermo Novo were pardoned, released from prison, given travel documents and taken out of Panama by plane, long before the questionable pardon was to be published in the Official Gazette. Read More

Salvadorans in Cuba for eye operations

The Salvadorian group was welcomed at Jose Marti International Airport by social workers, who support Operation Miracle. Read More

Cuban teaching method sweeps out illiteracy in Managua

Nicaragua, Managua has become the first city in Central America to be declared illiteracy free thanks to the successful implementation of the "Yes, I can" Cuban teaching method. Read More

Cuba-Panama parliaments meet

Cuban People's Power National Assembly (Parliament) President Ricardo Alarcon and his Panamanian counterpart Elias Castillo are due to open in this capital Wednesday the 11th Inter-Parliamentary Meeting between both countries. Read More

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