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Bayamo, land of remembrances

San Salvador de Bayamo was the second town founded by Diego Velazquez in 1513, amid the fertile valley of Cauto River, very close to Sierra Maestra legendary mountains. Read More

IMF: World Recovery "Uncertain"

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) admitted a prevailing uncertainty about economic recovery, as the world has been hit by a strong crisis of bleak prospects.<br /> Read More

Cuba Stresses Impact of Soviet Cinema

The soviet film industry is true art and not vulgar merchandise, Cuban Culture Minister Abel Prieto affirmed. Read More

Cuban Health School Decorates Fidel Castro

The Cuban National School of Public Health (ENSAP) granted Revolution leader Fidel Castro the decoration for the 80th anniversary of that institution. Read More

Cuba Presents Film on Haiti in Geneva

A documentary film about the medical assistance of Cuba and other Latin American countries to Haiti that is a testimony of solidarity with that Caribbean nation devastated by a quake last January was welcomed today in Geneva with a standing ovation. Read More

Cuba Decries Political Hypocrisy in HR

Cuba on Wednesday deplored the ideological manipulation, political hypocrisy, and double standard of industrialized nations while providing the international community with the right to live. Read More

Cuba Urges UN to Fulfill Women Accords

Cuba pledged for full compliance with official development aid commitments in order to materialize the agreements of the 4th World Conference on Women, held in Beijing 15 years ago. Read More

Vatican Bishop Praises Cuba's International Cooperation

Monsignor Marcelo Sanchez Sorondo, Chancellor of the Pontifical Academy of Sciences and Pontifical Academy of Social Sciences, praised this Monday Cuba's medical and educational aid to Latin America and the Caribbean nations. Read More

Cuba's first village, Baracoa

Baracoa is the first village of Cuba. When Christopher Columbus discovered this beautiful place on November 27th 1492 he said &quot; this is the most beautiful land human eyes have ever seen, for its good port, delicious water and plenty of wood.<br /> Read More

Over 78 million doses of Anti-polio Vaccines Administered in Cuba since 1962

Over 78 million doses of anti-polio vaccines have been administered in Cuba since February 26, 1962, when the island began its immunization campaign against polio, under the direction of the Public Health Ministry (MINSAP). Read More

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