US blockade cost Cuban agriculture over 260 million dollars in 1 year

From April 2016 to March last, the economic, commercial and financial blockade imposed by the United States on Cuba caused economic damages to the agricultural sector amounting to more than 260 million dollars.

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Cuban nurses are superbly trained

Cuba has excellent training in nursing which is reflected in the early advancement of specialization, said Chilean Erika Caballero.

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Cuban Foreign Minister meets with US Secretary of State

On Tuesday, September 26, 2017, at the proposal of  the Cuban side, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Cuba, Bruno Rodríguez Parrilla, was received by Secretary of State Rex Tillerson  at the State Department.

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The 11th edition of the International Nature Tourism Event (TURNAT 2017) will facilitate the creation of new recreational paths that create expectations among tour operators.

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The National Electoral Commission in Cuba has decided to extend until October 30 the holding of the assemblies to nominate the candidates for delegates to the People''s Power municipal assembly, Granma newspaper reported today.


Less than a year ago, Victor Jorge Salfran came to this city as an adviser to the literacy program, which the Ministry of Social Development of Panama has been running for ten years in conjunction with the Cuban Ministry of Education.


Cuban President Highlights Works to Recover After Hurricane Irma

The Cuban President, Raul Castro Ruz, has highlighted the work conducted to recover from the huge damages caused by Hurricane Irma, and expressed his confidence that ''we will get back on our feet once again'', according to the morning press


The assemblies of nomination of candidatesto delegates for the organs of the Popular Power that began the last fourth of September up to thirty of the proper month, continue in all Cuba after the passage of the hurricane Irma, as in every place the conditions should be given.


The majority of teachers from all over Cuba were incorporated into educational institutions beginning yesterday in order to continue preparation and guarantee conditions for students on September 4, when the school year begins.