Cuba is honored to host meeting of Pope Francis and Patriarch Kirill

HAVANA, Cuba.- (acn)Cuba is honored to host the meeting of the heads of the Catholic Church and the  Russian Orthodox Church and will offer all conditions for the fulfilling of the historic encounter, the Cuban Foreign Ministry said in a statement on  Friday.

 Cuba: Pioneer in Elimination of Mother to Child Transmission of HIV, Says UNICEF

HAVANA, Cuba.- (acn) The Executive Board of the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) highlighted on Thursday Cuba's efforts in eliminating mother to child transmission of HIV / AIDS and syphilis.

New Jersey lawmakers meet with Cuban counterparts

Havana, Cuba.- (acn) A group of lawmakers from the state of New Jersey, United States, met with deputies and officials of the National Assembly of People's Power (ANPP by its Spanish acronym) as part of their activities
during their stay in Cuba.

Cuban Customs Stopped 46 Cases of Drug trafficking in 2015

Havana.- The General Customs of the Republic of Cuba seized 104.68 kilos of drugs in 46 cases of illicit traffic registered from January to December 2015.

 Illuminating the streets with the light of José Martí’s ideas

Havana.- This coming January 27, at 11:00 p.m., the March of the Torches, organized by the Federation of University Students (FEU), will set out from the University of Havana’s Grand Staircase, and head to the Fragua Martiana, illuminating the city’s streets with the light of José Martí’s ideas, on the 163rd anniversary of his birth.

Working Hours, Only a Formality?

Far from being a requirement many working places violate the established working hours in State installations.

There are examples where the management does not carry out its obligations in demanding its workers to be on time for work.