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The Japanese government donated 84 buses to Cuba in an effort to help reinforce public transportation in the capital Havana, according to the Cuban Transportation Ministry.

In the context of the approval of the new Law 143/21 on Criminal Procedure, the General Division of the National Revolutionary Police (DGPNR) and the National Organization of Collective Law Firms (ONBC) signed today a cooperation agreement to strengthen and improve relations between both parties.

The new draft family code, already adopted by the Cuban Parliament, has been already published on the Republic’s Official Gazette to submit it to the people’s consultation as of February 1st.

A representation of the people, along with intellectuals, artists and authorities of the eastern province of Granma recalled today the glorious burning of this city by its inhabitants in 1869, deemed a most significant date in Cuban history.

A total of 84 imported urban buses will arrive in the country this Thursday, January 13, to reinforce public transportation in the capital city, according to the general director of transport Leandro Méndez Peña.
According to press reports, these are the first vehicles to arrive in the country in the last four years.

Some fifty Haitian youths with the 5th Antenor Firmin Solidarity Brigade will be welcomed on Wednesday at the Julio Antonio Mella International Camp in the western Cuban locality of Caimito.

Habanos S.A. Company announced on Tuesday that this year’s 23rd Habano Cigar Festival has been canceled due to current world impact by the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Nauta Hogar (Internet at home) service, which has been widely accepted by clients, has reached more than 8,600 homes in Ciego de Avila, from September 2017 to late December. This benefit, which is an advantage because it allows instant connection and offers more privacy to chat with family and friends, benefited 2,324 households last year due to technological improvements.

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