Pregnancy Tests Available in Sancti Spiritus Pharmacies

Highly effective pregnancy tests produced by the Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology Center (CIGB) of Sancti Spiritus, are available since this week in the network of pharmacies of this central Cuban province.

According to Maria Isabel Montejo, senior specialist at the Commercial Department of the Provincial Pharmacy and Optics Company, the non-prescription tests are being first commercialized in the local municipalities of Cabaiguan and Fomento, and will be available in the rest of the territories by next week.  »

Hillary Clinton Supports Lifting US Blockade on Cuba

US Democratic frontrunner for the presidential elections, Hillary Clinton, defended in Miami, Florida, the dismantling of the blockade the United States has maintained on Cuba since 1962.  »

Ban Ki-moon Calls President of Guyana over Essequibo

UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon, and the Guyanese President, David Granger, held a telephone conversation on the Essequibo dispute with Venezuela, said a spokesman.  »

Cuban Tourism Gets Popular around the World

The constant inflow of travelers from all over the world and their predilection for places of nature and history, are significant elements that make Cuba be trendy within the travel industry.  »

Cecil the Lion Becomes Trending Topic (+photos)

The death of Zimbabwe’s most famous feline has arisen media debates concerning animal life. People in social networks express indignation over hunting for fun practice.  »

Late Bolivarian Leader Hugo Chávez Remembered on Birthday Anniversary

Venezuelan people and friends of the Bolivarian Revolution all over the world paid homage to the Supreme Commander, the late Hugo Chávez, on the 61st anniversary of his birth.  »

Cuba Mourns Death of Renowned Actress Alina Rodriguez

Renowned Cuban actress Alina Rodriguez, remembered by many for her memorable performance of the character of teacher Carmela at the multi-awarded film “Conducta” (Behavior), died in Havana.  »

Sancti Spiritus: Pastor for Peace Reject US Blockade on Cuba

Pastors for Peace Co-Director, Gail Walker, highlighted the significance of the fact that this time several young Afro-North Americans have joined the caravan.  »


Cuba-USA Bilateral Relations Get under Way

The official re-opening of the Cuban and the USA embassies in Washington and Havana, respectively, are very significant events on the way to the rapprochement already began last December 17th, between the northern superpower and our country.  »

Dayaris Mestre Wins Cuba’s First Title in Toronto (+photos)

Sancti Spiritus judo athlete, Dayaris Mestre, won the first gold medal for the Cuban delegation at the XVII Pan American Games being held in Toronto, Canada. »

Foundation Date of First Cuban Villages Obscure

In the context of the celebrations for the half millennium of the first Cuban villages, the controversy surrounding their founding dates grows. »

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