Havana, Wednesday 04 de May de 2016 01:21 pm
May Day in Cuba: International Impact

May Day in Cuba: International Impact

Celebrations of May Day, International Workers' Day, reached international proportions in Cuba on Sunday, when millions of people paraded through squares and avenues of the country.

Cuba and Belgium Put Agro-ecological Projects into Practice

Joint projects between Cuba and Belgium to strengthen the agro-ecological production of cocoa in eastern Cuba are going very well, pointed out in Guantanamo Patrick Van Gheel, ambassador of that European country.

Multinational Solidarity Brigade in Cuba to Attend May Day Celebrations

The May First Solidarity Brigade, made up of over 200 friends of Cuba from 34 nations of the world, is in Cuba to meet a 15-day supportive agenda and join Cuban workers at their May Day march on Havana´s Revolution Square.

Basque Parliament Asks the U.S. to Lift Blockade of Cuba

Basque Parliament Asks the U.S. to Lift Blockade of Cuba

The Basque Parliament asked the United States on Thursday to lift the blockade imposed on Cuba for over half a century, according to the clamor of the international community, reported Prensa Latina.

Cuba collaborates in regional mosquito-control program

Cuba collaborates in regional mosquito-control program

Cuba´s Agency of Nuclear Energy and Advanced Technologies (AENTA) expects to contribute to the fight against Aedes mosquito, which transmits dengue, chicungunya and zika, by joining a regional project launched by the UN ´s International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA).

Homage in Ecuador to Cuban doctors victims of quake

Homage in Ecuador to Cuban doctors victims of quake

Cubans, Ecuadorians and diplomats paid homage in Quito to three Cuban doctors who lost their lives in the huge quake that hit part of the South American nation last Saturday.

Three Cuban Physicians Died in Ecuador's Earthquake

Three Cuban Physicians Died in Ecuador's Earthquake

As a result of the earthquake of 7.8 degrees on the Richter scale that shook the coastal area of Esmeralda and Manabi provinces in Ecuador, three Cuban health workers offering their services in that country died, the Cuban Ministry of Public Health informed.

Cuba strongly supports President Dilma Rousseff and Brazil Workers Party

Cuba strongly supports President Dilma Rousseff and Brazil Workers Party

The Cuban Foreign Ministry issued a statement in support of the legitimate government led by Brazil´s Workers Party and President Dilma Rousseff.

Havana will host Caribbean Summit

The 7th Summit of the Association of Caribbean States (ACS) will take place June 4 in Havana, said organization secretary general Alfonso Munera.

WHO warns of diabetes increase in the Americas

WHO warns of diabetes increase in the Americas

According to estimates, more than 62 million people in the Americas, 10 percent of the population, suffers from diabetes, a disease that is the fourth leading cause of death in that region, after infarction, stroke and dementia.

Cuba's Role has been Crucial for Venezuela Social Programs

The Cuban people have pushed social initiatives in Venezuela, said that country's Education Minister Rodulfo Pérez as he stressed the island's role in the unfolding of the Bolivarian Revolution.

Health Promotion Strategy Presented in Latin America

Health Promotion Strategy Presented in Latin America

Latin America's Health Promotion Advisor, Alfonso Contreras talked on Tuesday in Havana about regional strategies whose main objective is to strengthen leadership in the health promotion network.

US Elementary School Children Meet Cuban Peers

A group of 26 students between 5 and 13 years old from Maryland´s International School traveled to Cuba and visited local elementary schools to meet their Cuban peers just after President Obama visited the island in March.

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