Havana, Aug 29.- Cuban Vice President Esteban Lazo greeted on Friday the baseball players that will participate in the World Baseball Cup and told them to “play baseball as always, play with your hearts. That distinguishes us from the mercenaries”.
Camagüey, Aug 29.- With the implementation of new models for the pedagogical training and better material conditions, the 2009-2010 academic year will kick off at the Higher Institute of Medical Sciences in Camaguey.
The school enrolment in this university increased by 9 thousand students, as part of the comprehensive training of these undergraduate students, who are taking bachelor's degree courses in specialties such as clinical medicine, stomatology, nursing and health technology.
In addition, some 400 young people from Latin America are receiving training here, plus a bigger number of capacities for studying anaesthesiology, general surgery and ophthalmology is available.
Other lines of work in which Carlos J Finlay Higher Institute of Medical Sciences has been and will be involved is in the working in conjunction with hospitals and policlinics. Likewise, it has provided international collaboration to universities in Gambia, Venezuela and Honduras. (Alex López Almaguer/ Translated by Gualveris Rosales Sanchez/Radio Cadena Agramonte).
Camagüey, Aug 29.- Camagüeyans will march on September 11th to support the cause of the Cuban Five, who are imprisoned in the United States for protecting the island nation from terrorist attacks, financed and organized in Southern Florida.
Havana, Aug 29.- As the Cuban summer comes to an end with another school year rapidly approaching, the government has announced a series of festivals, concerts and events to close out the vacation season.
Camagüey, Aug 28.- Even when the rainy season hasn’t shown itself as beekeepers in Camagüey -eastern Cuba- would like it to be, the amount of honey harvested is over 120 tons, for which local apiarists position themselves in a very favourable place in regard to their plan.
HAVANA, Cuba, Aug 28.- Miguel D´Escoto, president of the United Nations General Assembly announced in Managua, Nicaragua, that he will denounce in his farewell speech the injustices done by the US government in the case of the Cuban Five.