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  • Kenya Appreciates Cuba's Contribution

    Kenya Appreciates Cuba's Contribution

    Havana, Aug 3.- The Kenya National Assembly (Parliament) President Kenneth Marende appreciated Monday in this capital Cuba''s contribution to Africa liberation from colonialism, noted AIN. Cuba backed many African peoples to reach their independence during the national liberation processes, said …
  • Medical Attention to Pregnant Women and Infants, a Priority in Cuba

    Medical Attention to Pregnant Women and Infants, a Priority in Cuba

    Camagüey , Aug 4.- Monitoring the health conditions of those women with a high risk pregnancy and a special attention to the low weightbirth babies, are two top priorities of the medical staff at Camagüey-based Ana Betancourt de Mora Mother and Child Hospital. The service of neonatology has th…
  • Cuban President Raul Castro: I wasn’t elected to Restore Capitalism

    Cuban President Raul Castro: I wasn’t elected to Restore Capitalism

    Havana, Aug 4.-  I wasn’t elected as President to restore capitalism in Cuba or to surrender the Revolution. I was elected to defend, maintain and continue to improve socialism, not to destroy it, said Cuban President Raul Castro on Saturday. He made the statement at the closing session of the…
  • Honduras Coup Resistance on Day 38

    Honduras Coup Resistance on Day 38

    Tegucigalpa, Aug 4.- The peaceful resistance against the military coup in Honduras on Tuesday entered day 38, with intensive popular mobilizations, aimed at re-establishing the state of law in the country.

  • Cuba, Egypt Foster Ties

    Cuba, Egypt Foster Ties

    Havana, Aug 4.- The new ambassador of Egypt in Cuba Tarek Elwassimy highlighted strong bilateral links between the two nations and declared himself in love with the Caribbean Island. The two countries relations are historical, of friendship and fraternity with a very high esteem and regard for t…
  • Honduran De Facto Regime Resorting to Death Squads

    Honduran De Facto Regime Resorting to Death Squads

    HAVANA, Cuba, Aug 4.- Leaders of the National Front against the Coup in Honduras denounced that the de facto regime led by Roberto Micheletti is resorting to death squads to wage a dirty war. Activist Rafael Alegria said that paramilitary groups are reorganizing Battalion 3-16 of the death squads…
  • Cuba Strengthens its Institutionalism

    Cuba Strengthens its Institutionalism

    Havana, Aug 3.- Cuba strengthens its institutionalism during the plenary session of the National Assembly of People's Power, Cuba’s parliamentary deputies discussed issues of supreme importance for the country’s future, and ended by passing laws on the National Museum System and Comptroller General of the Republic.

  • Cuba Reduces Retinitis Cases

    Cuba Reduces Retinitis Cases

    Havana, Aug 3.- The Cuban Public Health displays among its achievements the reduction of the development of the pigmentary retinitis, an eye disease suffered by some 5,000 people in this country. The program to fight that ailment is to determine its prevalence, establish epidemiological surveill…
  •  Cuban Wins Venezuela Cycling Classic

    Cuban Wins Venezuela Cycling Classic

    Caracas, Aug 3.- Cuban Yeima Torres won the 4th Venezuelan National Bolivarian Guard Cycling Classic, run on Los Proceres and Los Ilustres de Caracas roads, which make 31 miles. Torres beat Venezuelan Maria Briceno in a tight final race, while also Cuban Katibey Brey won the third position.Venezu…
  • Cuban Parliament against US Intervention in Honduras

    Cuban Parliament against US Intervention in Honduras

    Havana, Cuba, Aug 1.- The Cuban Parliament today called on all parliamentarians in the Americas and around the world to urge Washington to stop its intervention in Honduras, cut its military support to coup perpetrators and withdraw its task force from that Central American nation.