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  • Reconstructed faces of tiwanakotas in Bolivia

    Reconstructed faces of tiwanakotas in Bolivia

    Paz, Apr. 10- The faces of three skulls with facial deformities belonging to the Tiwanaku civilization, who lived three thousand years ago this area of Bolivia, are rebuilt today to learn the aspect of these ancestors.

  • Concern about Lula's Safety Increases

    Concern about Lula's Safety Increases

    Brasilia, Apr 10.- Concern about the safety of former President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, who has been held for 72 hours in the headquarters of the Federal Police in Curitiba, has been echoed by Brazilian political circles.

  • New patch prevents puncture to measure sugar in the blood

    New patch prevents puncture to measure sugar in the blood

    London, April 10.- The creation of a new patch allows diabetics make periodic measurements of blood glucose through the skin without the need of a prick, according to a British study published in Nature Nanotechnology.

  • Cuban Chamber of Commerce will attend to some 20 trade fairs in 2018

    Cuban Chamber of Commerce will attend to some 20 trade fairs in 2018

    Havana, Apr. 10- The Cuban Chamber of Commerce (CCC) will participate this year in a score of national and foreign trade fairs and business missions, among the latter to Nicaragua and the Dominican Republic in April, reported today by the entity.

  • City Galleries

    City Galleries

    Who walk today by the historic center of the city of Camagüey, find in their path more than an art gallery. The traditional rooms of exposure is in addition to the studies-workshop of several artists from the local plastic; some of the most renowned, others less known, and even some fans have opened doors to the creation and show how much local or foreign travels through the convoluted arteries of this peaceful region.

  • Cuba Advocates at UNESCO for a Peace World

    Cuba Advocates at UNESCO for a Peace World

    Paris, Apr 10.- Cuba has advocated today at UNESCO for dismissing forever war, threat and force in the planet, and stressed UN potentialities to strengthen a peace world.

  • The children's circles: 57 years of work by the future

    The children's circles: 57 years of work by the future

    by Indira Lopez Karell/ Radio Cadena Agramonte.

    The creation of the children's circles (nurseries) - April 10, 1961, by the Commander in Chief Fidel Castro and Vilma Espin Guillois- was one of the proposals that favored the incorporation of Cuban women to the labor and social life, to assure them that their children would not be left without attention and they are guaranteed their education as the primary objective.

  • Ballet of Camagüey Returns to the Scene

    Ballet of Camagüey Returns to the Scene

    Camagüey, Apr 10.- After its 50th anniversary, the Ballet of Camagüey (BC) is currently preparing new presentations in this city to the center-east of Cuba on April 27, 28 and 29 to commemorate International Dance Day.

  • Agramontina Baseball League Begins Today in Camagüey

    Agramontina Baseball League Begins Today in Camagüey

    Camagüey, Apr 10.- III Agramontina Baseball League will be played from today until the 28 of this month, in the field of Sport Initiation School (EIDE) Cerro Pelado, of this city, with the participation of three teams.

  • People’s Summit kicks off in Lima

    People’s Summit kicks off in Lima

    Lima, April 10.– With the inauguration of the People’s Summit, an alternative to the Summit of the Americas, today, April 10, Lima became the capital of Latin American and Caribbean social movements, progressive parties and youth organizations committed to unity, anti-imperialism and the principles of justice and equality throughout the region.