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Humanitarian Aid from Venezuela Arrives in Havana

Many countries from around the world, especially in Latin America,  have expressed their solidarity towards Cuba


Cuba Resumes Nomination Assemblies

The initial schedule to nominate candidates for delegates to Municipal Assemblies of People’s Power is being swiftly readjusted


Santiago de Cuba Pays Tribute to Juan Almeida

As is customary every September 11, the massive tribute began with the traditional march to Loma de la Esperanza and the mausoleum


Raul Castro: The Revolution Will Leave no One Unprotected

In a message sent to the Cuban people, the President of the Councils of State and Ministers, Raul Castro said that: “One principle remains immovable: the Revolution will leave no one unprotected and measures are already being adopted to ensure that no Cuban family is left to their fate”. “We face the recovery with the […]


Hurricane Irma Hits Eastern Baracoa

First photos of the effect of powerful Hurricane Irma on the Cuban eastern territory of Baracoa


Cuba President Welcomes Spanish Foreign Minister

During the cordial meeting, the two leaders expressed their satisfaction with the positive development of bilateral relations


Raul Castro Heads Commemoration of September 5 Uprising

The celebration took place in front of the ancient San Lorenzo College, the last bastion defended then by the revolutionary combatants


Miguel Díaz-Canel Extols New Academic Year

The Cuban First Vice President chaired the official beginning of the new school year held in the central province of Cienfuegos


Vietnam President Highlights Relations with Cuba

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


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. […]


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