Cuba will never renounce Socialism

Havana, Cuba.- (acn) Cuba will never renounce socialism, said the head of the International Relations of Cuba´s Communist Party, Jose Ramon Balaguer, during a conference Thursday in Mexico.

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Florida aviation authorities pursue Cuba flight clearance

Havana, Cuba.- (acn) Tampa´s International Airport (TIA) and the Aviation authority in Hillsborough County, Florida, are requesting support to get authorization for flights to Cuba by Jet Blue and Southwest airline companies.

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uba Present at Tourism Fair in Germany

Havana, Cuba, (acn) Starting from March 9 and until March 13, Cuba will be present at the International Tourism Fair, ITB 2016, in Berlin, Germany, in order to position Cuba’s tourism product in the European market.

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Cuban women celebrate their International Day with historic achievements

Havana, Cuba,(acn) Cuban women celebrate March 8 International Women´ Day with important achievement and promising realities, which prove that discrimination and gender gaps may be overcome in today´s world.

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Havana, Cuba.- Army General Raul Castro, President of the councils of State and Ministers, received the President of the Federal Republic of Austria, Heinz Fischer, who is on an official visit to Cuba.


Extreme vigilance and measures to combat mosquitoes are defining recent efforts by Cuban health authorities in the campaign to prevent the spread of viruses transmitted by the Aedes aegypti mosquito (including Zika, dengue, chikungunya and yellow fever).


Havana.- Cuba condemned the intervention of the Secretary of State of the United States, Antony Blinken, who when addressing the Human Rights Council of the United Nations, today, criticized a group of countries in which the island was included.


 Havana, Feb 16 (PL) Minister of Education Ena Elsa Velázquez said today that continuous improvement is one of the principles governing Cuba''s education system, which is undergoing a third process of updating since 1959.


HAVANA, Cuba.- (acn) Representatives of Cuba and the United States signed in Havana a Memorandum of Understanding to reestablish regular commercial flights after a five decades hiatus.