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Cuban Vice President recognized the importance of import substitution and expanding national production.

The secretary of the Executive Committee of the Council of Secretaries recognized the importance of import substitution and expanding national production. Read More

Raul Castro and Armano Emilio Guebuza held talks on the development of bilateral relations and on issues of regional

Following an official welcoming ceremony for the visitor at the Revolution Palace in Havana, Raul Castro and Armano Emilio Guebuza held talks on the development of bilateral relations and on issues of regional, multilateral and international interest. Read More

The 9th International Documentary Film Festival in memory of Santiago Alvarez in Santiago de Cuba.

The 9th International Documentary Film Festival in memory of Santiago Alvarez, is set for March 6-11 in Santiago de Cuba with 27 works in competition from around the world. Read More

The Cuban postal service has received a deluge of letters and packages in recent years.

To get an idea of the magnitude of the growth, the number of deliveries in 2007 was 47.6 percent higher than those of 2006. Meanwhile, at the end of January, statistics showed a 59 percent increase with regard to the same period of the previous year. Read More

Cuban scientists met this week to analyze the possibilities to produce ethanol from sugarcane.

Cuban scientists from nine institutions met this week to analyze the possibilities to produce ethanol from sugarcane byproducts and other alternative sources without sacrificing food. Read More

Cuba, Lawyers, Laws and Population

In many countries the practice of law tends to smack of professional elitism and questionable ethics, often influenced by special interests that push the law into the background. In Cuba, a different peoples model prevails... Read More

Cuba: The Church Lives.

HUGE celebrations in Cuba marking the unveiling of a memorial to Pope John Paul II are being hailed as an important milestone in the Churchs emergence from the shadow of communist control. Read More

The Cuba economic embargo: Their end is requested

Reformed Church leaders from the Caribbean and North America have called on the US to lift its economic embargo against Cuba in the name of justice and 'right relationships'. Read More

The Cuban Economy and Their Possibilities

The coverage has also been full of speculation that a new president could open the path to restoration of capitalism in Cuba, usually presented as "bringing democracy", via a series of "reforms". Read More

President Raul Castro will welcome Mozambique President

President Raul Castro will welcome Mozambique President Armando Emilio Guebuza who starts an official visit to on Mar 2-5. Read More

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