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Archivos de Escambray del August, 2017.

New Courses for Health Workers in Sancti Spiritus

Over a hundred of such courses will be available for next September in the University of Medical Sciences

Venezuela Announces Edict against U.S. Sanctions

The ANC members are defending Venezuela’s right to be free and sovereign, and ratified the safeguard of the legacies of Simon Bolivar and Hugo Chavez.

Vietnam President Highlights Relations with Cuba

The Vietnamese leader has also emphasized the common positions of both States in international organizations and multilateral forums

Fan Collection to Congratulate the Colonial Art Museum

The Museum of Colonial Art of Sancti Spiritus is celebrating its birthday. This institution will reach half a century of existence next October

Cuban Students Back to School in September

This coming September 4, more than 1.75 million students will enter Cuba’s 10,698 educational institutions, reported Education Minister Ena Elsa Velázquez Cobiella, yesterday August 24, during a press conference in which details of the 2017-2018 academic year were discussed. Teacher coverage is guaranteed for 93% of classrooms, she noted, including those with alternatives in place. […]

Lula Continues to Tour Brazil in Caravan of Hope

During the 20-day tour of northeastern Brazil, the former Brazilian president will visit 25 cities through nine states

Mexican Minister Urges for Law against Forced Disappearances

This demand is also supported by the United Nations (UN) and the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR)

Student Solidarity Brigade Supports Cuban Revolution

The students mostly come from the Latin American School of Medicine (ELAM), the Agrarian University of Mayabeque, and the University of Havana

Ramón Labañino in Argentina for Working Visit

In his 1st day in Buenos Aires, Labañino had a meeting with members of the Cuban diplomatic mission

Nearly 500 Orchids Species in Cuba’s Soroa Garden

This garden attracts lovers of nature and particularly of that abundant family of plants, recognized by its curious modified petal

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