Camagüey, Nov 13. -This time there were few hats, but the excitement and the spectacle that characterizes the musical group Qva Libre that gave a concert to Camagüey to celebrate its title of city was not missed this Monday.
New Delhi, Nov 13. -Almost 2,400 Indians languish in several U.S. prisons for illegally crossing the border to seek asylum in the United States, it was reported in New Delhi on Tuesday.
Cairo, Nov 13. -The 14th Conference of the Parties to the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD COP14) opens this Tuesday in the Sharm El-Sheikh resort, in Egypt, with the participation of 196 countries.
Camagüey, Nov 13. -The rehabilitation of the water supply system in the central street General Gómez, in this city, is in the final stage of installation, according to the evaluations of the engineer Alina Leal Gonzalez, provincial delegate of hydraulic resources.
Havana, Nov13. -The demand for equal pay for equal work, the struggle against gender violence and in favor of sexual and reproductive rights, as well as the undisputed relationship between capitalism and patriarchy, constitute some of the topics evaluated by the International Democratic Federation of Women (FDIM) in its World Secretariat 2018, based in Havana.
Havana, Nov 13. - Dr. Eusebio Leal Spengler, the Havana City Historian, told reporters that "Havana has played an important role in the construction of the national character, in the struggles for independence, and in the battles led by students and workers."
Havana, Nov 13. -The International Symposium on Sudden Cardiovascular Death that started on Tuesday in Havana should give a lot of information to continue learning about the reality of Latin America and the Caribbean, Peruvian physician Jonathan Quispe said.
London, Nov 13. -Cuban President Miguel Díaz-Canel held on Tuesday in London a meeting with British businessmen as part of a transit stopover in the United Kingdom in route to the island, after concluding an international tour.
Havana, Nov 13. -The Cuban United Lutheran, Baptist and Evangelical churches have denounced in Havana the innumerable impacts caused in relations with other religious institutions by the economic, commercial and financial blockade imposed by the United States on the island.