A cargo of timber from Nicaragua, intended for the rehabilitation of buildings affected by Hurricane Irma that hit Cuba last September, arrived in Mariel Special Development Zone...

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Cuba decreases accident rate at work

The rate of work-related accidents in Cuba shows a decrease, as a result of the joint effort of all agencies, said Ana Julia Cleger, an official in the Labor and Social Affairs area of ​​the Cuban´s Workers Confederation.

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José Manuel Bisbé president of the Travel Cuba agency announced in Havana that Cuba recorded the arrival of over 4.2 million visitors until November 26.

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The Party, the State and the Vietnamese people had a new gesture of solidarity towards Cuba by donating a thousand tons of rice to help compensating damages caused by Hurricane Irma.

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Cuban elections: 86 percent of Cubans cast their ballots

Over 7.6 million Cubans went to the polls this Sunday to vote for the delegates to the municipal assemblies of the Popular Power, informed in a press conference Alina Balseiro, president of the National Electoral Commission.

Cuban president Raul Castro received on Monday afternoon Colonel General To Lam, Minister of Public Security of Vietnam, who is in Cuba on a working visit.

Cuban First VP praises role of young people in elections

Cuba´s First Vice-President Miguel Diaz-Canel said that Cuban youth are the main protagonists of this Sunday's elections, which they attend to fulfill their commitment to Fidel, Raúl and the Revolution.

Puerto Rican Oscar López wraps up visit to Cuba

The Puerto Rican independence activist Oscar López Rivera ended his visit to Cuba by reiterating that the reality was much more than what he dreamed of. "It has been happier, more intense and much more rewarding than I expected," he said.

Providing higher quality of services in the current high tourist season, in which Cuba hopes to reach the record figure of 4,700 000 visitors, was one of the points in the Plenary of the National Union of Hotel and Tourism Workers (SNTH by its Spanish acronym).