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Cuban women play a crucial role in the economic and political development of the country as a result of the defense of their full rights through the years of socialist revolution.

Michael Lapsley, renowned ecclesiastical activist and close friend of Cuba, presented on Friday in this capital his autobiographical book Reconciliarse con el pasado: Un camino desde la lucha por la libertad hacia la sanacion.

Army General Raul Castro, First Secretary of the Cuban Communist Party and President of the councils of State and Ministers conferred on Friday the Antonio Maceo Order on the Air Force Brigade of the Playa Giron Guard, on the occasion of its 55th anniversary.

The First Vice-president of the councils of State and Ministers, Miguel Diaz-Canel, met on Friday afternoon with deputy Elias Castillo, President of the Latin American Parliament (PARLATINO), who is in Cuba to attend activities to mark the 50th anniversary of the creation of that institution and to take part in the meetings of its commissions of Health and Tourism and the Environment, under way in Havana.

Havana—The Cuban Sexual Education Center (CENESEX) is marking World Sexual Education Dlay with a series of activities dedicated to children and adolescents on issues related to the subject.

The Latin American Parliament’s Commissions on Health, the Environment and Tourism are meeting in Havana this weekend to consider draft legislations in their fields, as the institution marks its 50th anniversary.

Cuban vice-president Salvador Valdes Mesa said in eastern Guantanamo that the country needs to count on a strong state and socialist entrepreneurial sector marked by high efficiency in order to achieve economic advancement.

The RALCA external fixators, designed by Cuban Professor Rodrigo Alvarez Cambras in the early 1970s, are patented in 24 nations and used in some 50 with notable results.

The World Bank has just published a revealing report on the problems of education in Latin America and the Caribbean. Entitled "Excellent Professors: How to improve learning in Latin America and the Caribbean," the study analyzes the public educational systems of countries in the region and the main challenges they face.

One million 800 thousand students will be at Cuban schools on September 1 as the 2014-2015 school years opens on the island, according to preliminary figures cited by Education minister Ena Elsa Velasquez.

Marlon Mendez, an eight year-old Cuban child that has a large collection of photos of the historic leader of the Cuban Revolution, Fidel Castro, saw his dream come true after having a meeting with him.

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