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Haiti and Falkland Is. at the Center of Summit

The Summit of Latin American and Caribbean Unity will begin on Monday surrounded by the crisis in Haiti, tension in the Falkland Islands and the aftermath of the coup in Honduras. Read More

Book on Legendary Compay Segundo Available for Cuban Readers

Siempre Compay (Forever Compay), a text by Lino Betancourt on the legendary Cuban musician, was presented on Saturday at the 19th edition of Havana’s International Book Fair. Read More

Cuba seeks cooperation with US on drug trafficking, terrorism

Cuba was awaiting an answer from the United States to a proposal for cooperation in the fields of the fight against drug trafficking and terrorism, Cuban authorities said Friday. Read More

Cuba Readies for April 25 Election

The head of the Cuban National Electoral Committee, Ana María Mari Machado, stressed the importance of electoral authorities correctly carrying out their responsibilities at all levels to have a successful April 25 elections. Read More

Exhibition on Charles Darwin in Santiago de Cuba

The theory of evolution of Charles Darwin and the influence of his thinking on today’s scientific advances is reflected by the "Darwin Now" travelling exhibition, inaugurated on Thursday in this city. Read More

11th Inter-Parliament Reunion Mexico-Cuba

Mexican Lawmakers are already in Havana to hold an encounter between the two nations, this is the 11th Reunion between both parliaments, dealing with social subjects and bilateral relations. Read More

US business, Cuban officials to discuss renewing tourism ties

US companies and Cuban authorities are to meet in the coming weeks to discuss possible tourism by US citizens to Cuba in the event that Washington lifts its decades-long embargo on the island, a businessman said Thursday. <br /> Read More

Bilateral Links and Haiti to Center Cuba-Mexico Meeting

Cuban and Mexican parliamentarians will discuss in Havana on Friday the state of bilateral relations on different fields and between their respective legislative bodies, as well as the situation in Haiti among other issues. Read More

Cuba Sends New Medical Team to Haiti

Fifty Bolivian doctors who graduated from the Havana-based Latin American School of Medicine (ELAM) arrived in Haiti on Monday to join the Cuban healthcare professionals who are assisting victims of the January 12 earthquake that wreaked havoc in this nation.<br /> Read More

Cuban Voters Nominate Candidates

Cuban voters will nominate their candidates for delegates to the municipal parliaments in over 50.900 areas, said on Tuesday the vice president of the National Electoral Commission Rubén Pérez. Read More

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