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  • Cubans IT Union Opens its First National Conference

    Cubans IT Union Opens its First National Conference

    Havana, Oct 2. -The First National Conference of the Cuban Union of Informaticians (UIC) opened in Havana on Tuesday to approve the organization's new goals, based on work policies and strategies.

  • The blockade of Cuba must end

    The blockade of Cuba must end

    Author: Michel Hernández | michel@granma.cu

    Cuba, Oct 2. -The British scriptwriter Paul Laverty, who won the screenplay award at the San Sebastian Film Festival, in Spain, for the film Yuli, inspired in the life of Cuban dancer and choreographer Carlos Acosta, described the blockade as “a disgrace that must end.”

  • UN recognizes physical planning and urbanism in Cuba

    UN recognizes physical planning and urbanism in Cuba

    Havana, Oct 2. -Cuba exemplifies how, through systematic technical work, instruments with positive impacts can be obtained in land and urban planning, said Consuelo Vidal, resident coordinator of the United Nations System on the island during the initial  session Initial of the 16th International Convention on Land Management and Sustainable Development.

  • Mediterranean Diet Reduces Risk of Blindness

    Mediterranean Diet Reduces Risk of Blindness

    Washington, Oct 2. -A mediterranean diet consisting on fish, vegetables and olive oil reduces the risk of macular degeneration because of the age (Age Related Macular Degeneration, ARMD) which is one of the main causes for blindness in the planet.

  •  Cuban Artists Miguel Barnet and Eliades Ochoa Win the Latin Awards Canada

    Cuban Artists Miguel Barnet and Eliades Ochoa Win the Latin Awards Canada

    Havana, Oct 2. -Poet and ethnologist Miguel Barnet and musician Eliades Ochoa are the first Cubans to receive the Latin Award Canada, a prize they say ''is a recognition to Cuban culture,'' both artists told Prensa Latina this Tuesday.

  • President of the UN Assembly highlights majoritarian position against blockade on Cuba

    President of the UN Assembly highlights majoritarian position against blockade on Cuba

    United Nations, Oct 2. -The president of the UN General Assembly, María Fernanda Espinosa, affirmed in her 73rd period of sessions that almost most of the state members pronounced against the blockade on Cuba.

  • Panama Hosts ILO Regional Meeting

    Panama Hosts ILO Regional Meeting

    Panama, Oct 2. -Representatives of governments, workers and employers from more than 35 countries in Latin America, the Caribbean, Canada and the United States are meeting for the first time in Panama on Tuesday to discuss the future of work.

  • Cuba Will Build Bioelectric Plant and Eolic Park with Indian Credit

    Cuba Will Build Bioelectric Plant and Eolic Park with Indian Credit

    By Alfredo Boada Mola

    New Delhi, Oct 2. -Cuba will build bioelectric plant, associated to a sugar factory and an eolian park of 50 MW through a credit given by India, affirmed here the Cuban Minister of Energy and Mines, Raúl García Barreiro.

  • Roberto León Richards is elected president of the Cuban Olympic Committee

    Roberto León Richards is elected president of the Cuban Olympic Committee

    Havana, Oct 2. -Roberto León Richards was elected president of the Cuban Olympic (COC) in an ordinary assembly that applauded the proposal to grant José Ramón Fernández Álvarez the status of Honorary Life President, according to the newspaper Granma.

  • Camagüey farm workers celebrate their day with inputs in different productive programs

    Camagüey farm workers celebrate their day with inputs in different productive programs

    Camagüey, Oct 2. -The agricultural sector in this province up to the day of the agricultural worker, to be held this October 3rd, with the fulfillment of food production programs that substitute imports, among which it excels the delivery of milk to the industry, the promotion of various crops and the planting of vegetables and fruits.