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  • FIHAV 2018 to award best exhibitors at the closing gala

    FIHAV 2018 to award best exhibitors at the closing gala

    Havana, Nov 2. -With the presentation of the Cuban export offer and final awards to the best exhibitors, today the 36th International Havana Fair (FIHAV 2018) concludes.

  • Cuban and Russian presidents talk on strengthening relations

    Cuban and Russian presidents talk on strengthening relations

    Moscow, Nov 2. -The President of the Councils of State and Ministers of Cuba, Miguel Díaz-Canel Bermudez, and Russian statesman, Vladimir Putin, have talked on Friday at the Kremlin about the strengthening of the bilateral strategic partnership.

  • 22 Camagüey entities will be audited in the 13th National Audit to Internal Inspection

    22 Camagüey entities will be audited in the 13th National Audit to Internal Inspection

    Camagüey, Nov 2. -The 13th National Audit to Internal Control began in Camagüey with actions that will cover 22 entities, with the objective of evaluating the fulfillment and management of their social object, approved policies and other issues that determine the efficiency and economic progress of the country.

  • Cuban president arrives in Russia on official visit (+Photos)

    Cuban president arrives in Russia on official visit (+Photos)

    Moscow, Nov 1. -Cuban President Miguel Díaz-Canel arrived in Moscow on Thursday on his first official visit to Russia, where he plans to meet with his counterpart, Vladimir Putin.

  • Despite US maneuvers, the world will continue on Cuba’s side

    Despite US maneuvers, the world will continue on Cuba’s side

    New York, Nov 1. -As expected, the US government was again isolated today from the international community in its policy of aggression against the Greater Antilles, when it was approved in the General Assembly of the United Nations, with 189 votes in favor, two against and no abstention, the resolution need to put an end to the economic, commercial and financial blockade of the United States against Cuba.

  • Former Colombian president and FARC members discuss peace court reforms

    Former Colombian president and FARC members discuss peace court reforms

    Bogota, Nov 1. -Former Colombian President and staunch detractor of Colombia’s peace process Alvaro Uribe met with four former FARC guerrillas Pablo Catatumbo, Carlos Antonio Losada, Victoria Sanguino y Sandra Ramírez in the Senate to discuss the proposed reforms to the Special Jurisdiction for Peace (JEP) presented by Uribe’s Democratic Center.  

  • High season for Cuban tourism starts with bright forecasts

    High season for Cuban tourism starts with bright forecasts

    By Roberto F. Campos

    Havana, Nov 1. -High season of tourism in Cuba, starting today and extending to the end of April, has this year a higher interest driven by the purpose of reinforcing a climbing spiral in the travel industry.

  •  The teaching assistance program is evaluated in Camagüey

    The teaching assistance program is evaluated in Camagüey

    Camagüey, Nov 1. -A year after the implementation of the Teacher Assistance Program, approved by the Communist Party and the government in Camagüey, municipal directors, the Provincial Board of Management and representatives of agencies assessed the results and challenges in the moral and material stimulation to the workers of the sector, which are the main objectives of the initiative.

  • Highlighted in Paris close relations between Cuba and UNESCO (+Photos)

    Highlighted in Paris close relations between Cuba and UNESCO (+Photos)

    Paris, Nov 1. -Cuban president, Miguel Díaz-Canel and general director of UNESCO, Audrey Azoulay, highlighted today the close relations between the island and that United Nations organization, during a meeting held in this capital.

  • More than 140 journalists killed in Mexico since 2000

    More than 140 journalists killed in Mexico since 2000

    Mexico, Oct 31. -Since 2000 to date, 140 journalists have been murdered in Mexico, according to the president of the National Human Rights Commission (CNDH), Luis Raúl González.