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U.S. clamps down on Cuba tours

Some "people-to-people" trips canceled after U.S. government rules on travel to Cuba are tightened. Read More

Plan For Cuban Ballet School A Dance Of Art, Politics

Dancer Carlos Acosta left Cuba and went on to become a star with London's Royal Ballet. With the help of a renowned British architect, he hopes to return to his homeland and revive a long-abandoned, landmark ballet school. But his plans are facing opposition, including from the original architect. Read More

Aboriginal Australians Learn How to Read and Write Using Cuban Method

A second group of Aboriginal Australians learned to read and write in their own language with the Cuban literacy method Yes, I can, in the town of Wilcannia, in New South Wales, the same state where Canberra, the capital, is located. Read More

Youth from India, Bhutan, Sri Lanka to Study Medicine in Cuba

Filled with hopes and in early appreciation for Cuba, Nine youth from India, Bhutan and Sri Lanka, who will study Medicine in that Caribbean country met with Cuban diplomats in New Delhi to learn about their future adoptive homeland. Read More

The Medical University of Santiago de Cuba has an international reach

The Medical University of Santiago de Cuba consolidates its global reach today with two thousand 738 foreign graduates from 72 countries. Read More

More than One Hundred Schools Benefit from UNICEF Fund

<p style="text-align: justify;">2010.09.03 - 17:14:48 / [email protected] CAMAGUEY, Cuba.- More than 110 schools in the Cuban province of Camaguey have benefited from US $300,000 contributed by the United Nations Children’s Fund. Read More

Cuba's first million University graduates

<div align="justify"> Thursday, 22 July 2010 14:53. Havana.- Cuba's first one million university graduates is an expression of the quality of its education system, Higher Education Minister Miguel Diaz-Canel said today. </div> Read More

Book by a Youngster Trained in Cuba Presented in Ethiopia

<div align="justify"> The text `Material to learn Spanish', written by Abrhan Talargie, an Ethiopian trained in Cuba, was launched in Addis Ababa, capital of Ethiopia, and is the result of a joint activity developed by the Cuban government and people,reported the AIN. </div> Read More

Cuba to receive Pinoy applicants for medical scholarship

The Philippine Embassy in Havana has announced that the Latin American School of Medicine (ELAM) will award one medical scholarship to a Filipino student for the school year 2010-2011. Read More

Student Protests Tie Up Campuses in Puerto Rico

SAN JUAN, P.R.  The seven entry gates on the largest campus of the University of Puerto Rico system remained chained shut on Thursday. Read More

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