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Botanical Garden of Las Tunas saves and conserves the biodiversity of more than 80 endangered species

One of the more exotic species from the Botanical Garden in this province is the cork palm, whose presence on the planet is over 250 million years. Read More

Festival of Oral Narration starts today in Havana

Today's agenda includes the traditional oral narration, with performances for adults. Read More

Cuban Potato Harvest in central-eastern Province with a record yield

The goal was reached thanks to good planning and appropriate availability of resources before the start of the campaign. Read More

Romerías de Mayo in Holguin from May 2nd to 8th

The Festival will also include the usual spaces such as Babel, Raíces, la Fiesta de los abrazos, the space for Literature, music, and the Artisan Festival, organized this time in Expo Holguín, where there is also the thinking congress Memoria Nuestra. Read More

Cuba is following swine flu closely

Cuba's infrastructure and expertise in similar situations place the country among the nations with the greatest possibilities to reduce the spreading of the disease and reduce the risk of contagion. Read More

Cuban Heritage Cities to be Promoted at International Fair

Havana’s Morro Cabaña Complex – a colonial fortress enjoying the status of a world heritage site – will be the venue of Cuba’s International Tourism Fair (FITCUBA 2009) from May 4th to 8th this year. Read More

Omaja a Centennial Town of Las Tunas Benefit with Aqueduct Net

Since 1906, the inhabitants of Majibacoa (Omaja) had to carry the water in tanks, wagons, trucks and other means of transportation, this situation caused uncertainty in the daily life. Read More

Obama will revive military commission system por prosecuting prisioners at Guantanamo Bay

Reports indicate that US President Barack Obama may revive the military commission system for prosecuting terrorism suspects at Guantanamo Bay. Read More

Scoliosis surgery course with experts of Mexico and Cuba

The event, which includes lectures and operations, is sponsored by the Cuban and international societies of orthopaedic surgery, the Havana school of this specialty and the Ibero-American School of Orthopedics. Read More

NAM Ministerial Meeting concluded in Havana with a strongest movement

Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez closed the Ministerial Meeting of the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) Coordinating Bureau on Thursday, in Havana, as he assured that the organization is now revitalized. Read More

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