Buenos Aires, May 7.- Argentine writer and journalist Stella Calloni expressed its deep regret over the recent death of the Cuban intellectual and educator Adelaida de Juan, who described the extraordinary woman, of great tenderness.
Camagüey, May 7.- The cave system Cave Mexico, up to now the largest discovered in the coastal plain in the north of the province of Camagüey, could be more extensive yet, according to research conducted in the first expedition of this year to the place.
Havana, May 7.- Ricardo Cabrisas Ruiz, vice-president of the Council of Ministers and Minister of Economy and Planning, received this Monday Manuel de Heredia Caldeira Cabral, Minister of Economy, Tourism and Industries of Portugal, who is visiting Cuba and presiding over the delegation participating in the Cuba-Portugal Business Forum, organized by the Cuban Chamber of Commerce.
Bogota, May 7.- Havana is welcoming this week the negotiations between the Colombian government and ELN rebels, aimed at achieving a new bilateral ceasefire agreement as a first objective.
Camagüey, May 7.- Dedicated to the International Day of the Family and its importance in society, the Federation of Cuban Women (FMC) in this province in eastern central region of the country develops a day of actions that will conclude next 15.
By Dania Diaz Socarras/ Radio Cadena Agramonte.
"The city that I live, the city that I am," slogan of the campaign that encourages the civility and the care of the historical center in Camagüey, illustrates the best way to take the city, from the sense of belonging and make even more enjoyable its image.
Havana, May 7.- The Secretary General of the United Nations, his Excellency António Guterres, will arrive in Cuba this afternoon, May 7, for an official visit.
Havana, May 7.- Led by Arlenis Sierra, Cuba had a perfect performance in the last day of the 2018 Pan-American Road Cycling Championships that took place in San Juan, Argentina.
Havana, May 7.- We have much to learn from Cuba in sustainable development with equality, because it has built alternative roads, said Alicia Bárcena, Executive Secretary of the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC).