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  • Transpacífic Agreement, a Change in World Trade Rules

    Transpacífic Agreement, a Change in World Trade Rules

    By Fausto Triana

    Santiago de Chile, Mar 9.- Without any fuss, several dynamic economies of Southeast Asia were enthusiastic with the signing of the so-called TPP-11, while three actors of Latin America: Mexico, Peru and Chile felt as if they had joined the big leagues.

  • Highlight imprint of Fidel Castro in the Cuban democratic system

    Highlight imprint of Fidel Castro in the Cuban democratic system

    Santiago de Cuba, March 9.- Members of the Inaugural Lecture on the thought and the work of Fidel Castro, of the University of Oriente, exalted here its mark in electoral processes and the original democratic system of Cubans.

  • Western closed successfully before Warriors of Oaxaca in

    Western closed successfully before Warriors of Oaxaca in

    Havana, March 9.- Supported in eight offensive unstoppable and in the pitching Western rivals, defeated 5-2 Warriors from Oaxaca, on the last date of the duel between Cuba and Mexico.

  • Extends in Cuba vaccine against cattle tick produced in Camagüey

    Extends in Cuba vaccine against cattle tick produced in Camagüey

    Camagüey, March 9.- Cuba record over one million cattle benefited in 2017 with the immunogen GAVAC against cattle tick, the highest in the 20 years of implementation of the product, as he met during a meeting of the analysis of the closure of the first national vaccination campaign.

  • Kenyan Health Ministry Detects Embezzlement Worth Milions

    Kenyan Health Ministry Detects Embezzlement Worth Milions

    Nairobi, Mar 9.- The Auditor General of Kenya, Edward Ouko, denounced today that the Kenyan Ministry of Health is missing 11 billion shillings (109 million dollars).

  • Cuban and French Officials Meet

    Cuban and French Officials Meet

    Paris, Mar 9.- Cuba's First Deputy Foreign Minister, Marcelino Medina, held a working meeting with Maurice Gourdault-Montagne, Secretary General of the French Ministry for Europe and Foreign Affairs.

  • A moral bastion named Cuba

    A moral bastion named Cuba

    By Fernando Buen Abad Domínguez*

    In any emotional or intellectual assessment (together or separately) that we make of Latin America and the Caribbean, we will find Cuba as an inevitable reference and representing an unpayable debt. Many political, intellectual or artistic figures, in their life and work, have an original reference point in Cuba. Those of us who grew up with the Revolution, who knew of it through victories and setbacks, have the special benefit of its ethics, of the resistance expressed in all its battles. Cuba taught us the importance of being and acting as a revolutionary, no matter what. No matter, even, the differences or the similarities. Cuba was and Cuba is there, always steadfast.

  • Tribute to Luis Alvarez, National Prize of Literature, today in the Book Fair

    Tribute to Luis Alvarez, National Prize of Literature, today in the Book Fair

    Camagüey, March 9.- With a tribute to the Camagüey´s writer Luis Alvarez Alvarez, 2017 National Literature Prize, continue today in this city the activities of the 27th Book Fair, the most important cultural event in the country, which opened its doors here last Wednesday.

  • Cuba: Pneumococcal Vaccine Trial to be extended to Other Areas

    Cuba: Pneumococcal Vaccine Trial to be extended to Other Areas

    Havana, Mar 9.- The clinical trial developed by the Finlay Institute for the heptavalent vaccine against pneumococci will be extended to other municipalities in Havana, said doctor Meybis Rodriguez, Promoter Coordinator of the research.