The Cuban telecommunications company ETECSA announced the launching of a pilot program of internet in Cuban homes in the next days.

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Artistic Teaching in Camagüey prepares registration for new academic year

Camagüey.- The System of Artistic Teaching in Camagüey province is working in the process of attracting students for arts schools in that territory for the 2016-2017 academic year.

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Havana, Cuba, (acn) New migration regulations were published Friday on Granma newspaper lifting prohibitions on Cuban nationals to enter or exit the island by ship, which had been in force for years to prevent terrorist actions of which Cuba had for long been the target.

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Scientific-productive poles to contribute to Cuban development

Havana, Cuba (acn) The revival of scientific-productive poles of the country is a contribution to national socio-economic development, said in this city Miguel Diaz-Canel, first vice president of the council of State and Ministers.

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Caracas, (Prensa Latina).- As part of the economic measures announced by Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro, the new prices of gasoline come into effect as of today, which will be destined to the National Fund of Social Missions.


Washington, (Prensa Latina).- Cuban Minister of Foreign Trade and Foreign Investment, Rodrigo Malmierca, spoke in this capital with the governor of the US state of Virginia, Terry McAuliffe, in the final stage on Thursday of his working visit to the United States.


Havana, (Prensa Latina).- The visit to Cuba by President of Peru, Ollanta Humala, confirmed the good level of relations of friendship and cooperation between the two Latin American nations and the shared will to continue strengthening them.


Washington, (Prensa Latina).- The recently announced visit of U.S. President, Barack Obama, to Cuba was taken by the two sides as a possibility to boost relations, in a stage of challenges such as the validity of the blockade imposed to the island.


Luanda, (Prensa Latina).- Cuban specialists from Neuronic company opened audiology services in Angola, and presented a range of products from the company that today develops, produces, and markets medical equipment and high-tech software. The new opportunity in collaborating with Cuba responds to a health need and can resolve hearing problems in the country, said Angola's Secretary of State for Health, Carlos Alberto Masseca, at the capital "Josina Machel (Maria Pia)" Public Hospital.