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  • Cuban youth participate in forum in Peru despite exclusion

    Cuban youth participate in forum in Peru despite exclusion

    Lima, Peru, Apr 11.- A delegation of Cuban youth will participate today in the sessions of the 5th Youth Forum of the 8th Summit of the Americas in this capital city, despite having been excluded from the dialogue between social actors and high-level government representatives, scheduled for Thursday 12 April.

  • Cuba Hosts Int'l Dance Festival in Urban Landscapes

    Cuba Hosts Int'l Dance Festival in Urban Landscapes

    Havana, Apr 11.- Artists from 18 countries are performing on the streets of Old Havana from today to April 15, as part of their participation at the International Dance Festival in Urban Landscapes.

  • WHO Urges to Eradicate Yellow Fever in Africa by 2026

    WHO Urges to Eradicate Yellow Fever in Africa by 2026

    Abuja, Apr 11.- The World Health Organization (WHO) urged today African political leaders to increase their commitment to the eradication of yellow fever in the continent by the year 2026.

  • U.S. Senator Calls for Increasing Agricultural Exports to Cuba

    U.S. Senator Calls for Increasing Agricultural Exports to Cuba

    Washington, Apr 11.- Republican Senator John Boozman said on his Twitter account that increasing U.S. agricultural sales to Cuba is an important step, a right action for U.S. producers and exporters.

  • Universities of Camagüey and New York Strengthen Links

    Universities of Camagüey and New York Strengthen Links

    Camagüey, Cuba, Apr 11.- Despite the limitations imposed by the United States to prevent the visit of US citizens to Cuba, the University of Camagüey (UC) and Lehman College of the University of New York (LCNY) are strengthening ties today.

  • Hurricane season slightly more active this year

    Hurricane season slightly more active this year

    Havana, Cuba, Apr 11.- The upcoming hurricane season in the North Atlantic and Caribbean Sea and the Gulf of Mexico in 2018 is expected to be slightly more active than normal, according to weather experts with the State University of Colorado.