Havana.- More people have spoken out their condemnation of the US economic, commercial and financial blockade against Cuba, according to Havana''s report on that policy that will be voted at the United Nations next month.
Havana.- The United States blockade against Cuba has caused estimated damages of $2.5 billion USD to its tourism sector, according to a report recently released by Cuban authorities.
Havana.- Although the United Nations has adopted, for 22 years in a row, a resolution condemning the U.S. economic blockade of Cuba, Washington's sanctions remain in place, stronger than ever, said Cuban Deputy Foreign Minister, Abelardo Moreno.
Havana.- In his most recent reflection article, entitled "Will Fair Ideas Triumph or Will Disaster Prevail?" Cuban Revolution leader says that if it's now possible to prolong a healthy life and plan development in tune with growing productivity, culture and the development of human values –- then what are we waiting for?
Havana.- The American long distance swimmer Diana Nyad received here the Order of Sporting Merit granted by the State Council of the Republic of Cuba, in the protocol lounge of The Little Lake.
Havana.- The prevalence of Dengue in many countries of the world continues to pose a complex situation, said Cuban health authorities who alerted that the presence on the island of all four types of Dengue has triggered a major concern.