Internet for the Camagüey´s hearths

From December 11 it will initiate the commercialization of the service Nauta Hogar in some areas of the municipality of Camagüey, like part of the actions of the Company of Telecommunications of Cuba S.A. (Etecsa) to bring Internet to the houses.

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The first renal transplant of living donor In Camagüey

51-year-old age Carlos Peón Casas, was the first Camagüey’s citizen to receive a transplant of genetically related kidney in the university hospital Manuel Ascunce Domenech, of this city, of his 23-year-old son Francisco Javier.

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Cuban youngster gives father his kidney, transplant a success

A young Cuban man of only 23 years of age donated his kidney to his father, in the first transplant of this organ with a living donor performed at this central cuban province.

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Raúl Castro defends more unity and integration Cuba-Caricom

Cuban President Raúl Castro today called for unity in diversity, integration and genuine cooperation among Caribbean states to face common challenges and problems of the region and the world.

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Cubans will be able to send SMS to the United States

The Telecommunications Company of Cuba, S.A., ETECSA, announced that, from December 8, 2017, from any mobile phone in Cuba, it will be possible to send international messages (SMS) to any mobile phone in the United States.


Raul Castro in Antigua and Barbuda for Summit

Cuban President Raul Castro arrived this morning in Antigua and Barbuda to attend the Sixth Cuba-Caribbean Community (Caricom) Summit and on an official visit.


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...


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.


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.