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  • Cuba strengthens health cooperation with 500 new specialists in Venezuela

    Cuba strengthens health cooperation with 500 new specialists in Venezuela

    Havana, Nov 12. -The arrival to Venezuela of the 500 Cuban specialists in General Integral Medicine (MGI) who will support the management and assistance in grassroots institutions in response to the plan of action approved by President Nicolás Maduro in the First Revolutionary Congress of Health, marks the improvement of the work of our medical mission, that with that arrival will complete the 21700 members among doctors and other profiles collaborators in December.

  • Camagüey defeats Las Tunas in a juvenile national baseball tournament

    Camagüey defeats Las Tunas in a juvenile national baseball tournament

    Camagüey, Nov 12. - Camagüey team maintained its winning streaks in the 55th National Baseball Championship, junior category, to beat this weekend Las Tunas in two of the three games played.

  • Camagüey college students interested in the inclusion of audiovisuals in academic context

    Camagüey college students interested in the inclusion of audiovisuals in academic context

    Camagüey, Nov 12. -Students of the University of Camagüey Ignacio Agramonte Loynaz, interested in including audiovisual culture in the academic context, integrated the university cinema club, belonging to the project El Callejón de los Milagros (The Alley of Miracles).

  • Camagüey and two centuries as a city

    Camagüey and two centuries as a city

    By Yusarys Benito Deliano/ Radio Cadena Agramonte.

    Near to meet its 505 years, the Villa of Santa María del Puerto del Príncipe remains just as beautiful in the eyes of its sons and the foreigners who visit it. February the 2nd is the day chosen for the celebration; however, any time is ideal to enjoy the legends and mysteries that flourish in every alley of this city, declared as such on November 12th, 1817.

  • Former Ecuador deputy president on 23 days of hunger strike

    Former Ecuador deputy president on 23 days of hunger strike

    By Sinaí Céspedes Moreno

    Quito, Nov 12. -The former Deputy President of Ecuador, Jorge Glas, is on the 23rd day of a hunger strike, extreme in the last few hours, by refusing not only to eat food but also to drink water.

  • Cuba ratified to host 22nd MITM Americas

    Cuba ratified to host 22nd MITM Americas

    Havana, Nov 12. -A statement issued on Monday in Havana by GSAR Marketing announced that during the London World Travel Market, the organizers ratified this city as the host of the 22nd MITM Americas Fair.

  • Camagüey advances in the application of the Urban Agriculture Program are recognized

    Camagüey advances in the application of the Urban Agriculture Program are recognized

    Camagüey, Nov 12. -The Program of Urban, Suburban and Familiar Agriculture in the province of Camagüey received a good evaluation, at the end of the route number 82 that the national group that attends this activity conducted in the territory.

  •  Growing number of obese people in Latin America and the Caribbean

    Growing number of obese people in Latin America and the Caribbean

    Panama, Nov 12. -Every year, there are 3.6 million obese people in Latin America and the Caribbean, a phenomenon that affects one in four adults today, which is why it is the region's biggest nutritional threat.

  • Cuba wins four medals at Biology Olympiad in El Salvador

    Cuba wins four medals at Biology Olympiad in El Salvador

    San Salvador, Nov 12. -Cuba won four medals in the recently concluded Central American Biology Olympiad in El Salvador, in which representatives from seven countries took part.

  • President Díaz-Canel arrives in London in transit to Cuba

    President Díaz-Canel arrives in London in transit to Cuba

    London, Nov 12. -Cuban President Miguel Díaz-Canel arrived in the United Kingdom on Monday on a transit visit to his country, the culmination of his first tour through Europe and Asia after taking office last April.