Havana, (Prensa Latina) Cuban President Raul Castro bid farewell to a medical brigade that will fight the Ebola epidemic in Africa, mainly in western countries of that continent.
Brasilia.- (Prensa Latina) The first woman to become a president in Brazil, Dilma Rousseff, is on her way to reelection on behalf of the Workers'' Party (PT) in the second round of voting, in which she will run against Aecio Neves, from the Social Democratic Party of Brazil (PSDB).
Havana.- Cuban President Raul Castro closed the Extraordinary Summit of the Bolivarian Alliance - Trade Treaty of the Peoples of Our America (ALBA-TCP) Monday at noon, after an action plan to face the propagation of the ebola virus, was definitely agreed.
HAVANA, Cuba.- Cubans will soon have a new I.D. card. It will be of high durability and will facilitate full identification of
individuals. It will come into effect starting from October 29, as informed in this capital.
HAVANA, Cuba.- Making friends, sharing traditions and knowing the country are the purposes with which the more than 80 youngsters of 15 countries making up the multicultural artistic project Viva la gente, (Up with the people), on a visit to the island for the first time, arrived in
Cuba on Wednesday.