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  • World Heart Week Begins in Cuba

    World Heart Week Begins in Cuba

    Havana, Sep 24. -With the aim of raising public awareness on the risks of cardiovascular diseases (CVD) and promoting healthy lifestyles, Cuba is celebrating as of Monday World Heart Week with several activities.

  • Cuba and Vietnam joined forever

    Cuba and Vietnam joined forever

    By Erik Pacheco Fandiño/ Radio Cadena Agramonte.

    Last Friday news on the death of Tran Dai Quang, President of the Socialist Republic of Viet Nam, moved me to September, 1969, and those days of mourning for the physical disappearance of Ho Chi Min, the legendary Uncle Ho, undisputed leader of this brotherly people.

  • Intelligent poles boost technological cities in Costa Rica

    Intelligent poles boost technological cities in Costa Rica

    The inhabitants of the capital district of Tibás, and Greece, in the province of Alajuela, disposes today of intelligent poles, an advanced technology, which besides efficient lighting, provides safety and communication services.

  • In its 505th Anniversary, Camagüey Starts Sanitizing and Embellishing the City.

    In its 505th Anniversary, Camagüey Starts Sanitizing and Embellishing the City.

    Camagüey, Sep 24. -The repair of parks, micro parks, fountains and necrology services, are among the main actions that the Provincial Direction of Community Services in Camagüey undertakes to receive the 505th anniversary of Santa María del Puerto del Principe village. 

  • Renowned Chilean Journalist Questions US Blockade on Cuba

    Renowned Chilean Journalist Questions US Blockade on Cuba

    Santiago de Chile, Sep 24. -Prominent Chilean journalist Marcel Garcés questioned on Monday the persistence of the U.S. economic blockade against Cuba, which he considered ''an act of war against a sovereign country and a dignified people.''

  • Bolivia, Energy Heart of South America for 2025: Evo Morales

    Bolivia, Energy Heart of South America for 2025: Evo Morales

    La Paz, Sep 24. -President Evo Morales said that Bolivia would become the energy heart of South America by 2025, year in which it is expected to generate nine thousand megawatts (MW).

  • Angola among the 30 Most Affected Countries by Tuberculosis

    Angola among the 30 Most Affected Countries by Tuberculosis

    Luanda, Sep 24. -The coordinator of the Tuberculosis Control Program in Angola, Ambrosio Disadidi, regretted his country is today among the 30 most affected ones by the disease in the world.

  • Miguel Díaz-Canel is in New York to participate in UN General Assembly debate

    Miguel Díaz-Canel is in New York to participate in UN General Assembly debate

    New York, Sep 24. -Cuban President Miguel Díaz-Canel Bermúdez is in New York City to attend the high level segment of the 73rd United Nations General Assembly. The Cuban leader arrived on Sunday.