Havana, Jan 19.- Since coming to power in January 2017, the Trump administration implemented unprecedented measures against Cuba, which stood out for their hostile systematicity and today exceed the figure of 240.
Paris, Jan 19.- French organizations today circulate on social networks a new call to celebrate a mobilization on Sunday in this capital against the economic, commercial and financial blockade imposed on Cuba by the United States.
There are only a few days left before U.S. President-elect Joe Biden takes office as White House chief executive, and his team must be working hard to address the major issues to be inherited from his predecessor, Donald Trump.
At the height of 1959, with the resources and methods of that time, to make more than 700 thousand people literate, who as a consequence of the policies and politicians lived in total ignorance, seemed an impossible feat. However, Cuba did it ... the Revolution did it. Just two years and 11 months after the triumph of January 1, Fidel announced to the world the news that the largest of the Antilles was the first territory in Latin America free of illiteracy.
Camagüey, Jan 19.- With the Sworn Declaration of one hundred percent of personal income in the campaign that has just concluded, the agricultural sector in the province of Camagüey achieves a greater tax culture and stands out in the discipline before that fiscal year.
Havana, Jan 19.- The Minister of Foreign Trade and Foreign Investment, Rodrigo Malmierca Díaz, and the Director General of Foreign Trade, Vivian Herrera Cid will appear this Tuesday at the Round Table to assess the progress of export and import possibilities that have been opened to Non-State Forms of Management.
Managua, Jan 19.- Among the legislative priorities of the ruling Sandinista National Liberation Front (FSLN) for the new legislature, the inclusion of life imprisonment in the Penal Code stands out, highlighted deputy Edwin Castro.
Havana, Jan 19.- Until 2022, the Varadero Half Marathon will have to wait to celebrate its third edition after the organizers confirmed the suspension of the event, which was scheduled for March 28.
Havana, January 14.- The president of the Republic, Miguel Díaz-Canel, met at the Revolution Palace with the scientists and experts who for more than ten months have contributed to the confrontation of COVID-19 in Cuba.
Havana, Jan 19.- The 36th edition of the International Jazz Plaza Festival begins today in this capital, only in online format, as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic and with the performance of recognized national and foreign figures.
Havana, 19 Jan - Cuban tourism industry advances in the implementation of the Hygienic and Safe Tourism (T + HS) program, which aims to preserve the health of workers and customers, tweeted on Monday the Cuban Minister of Tourism. So far, 1,543 certificates have been granted, said the official, in reference to the accreditation of hotels with the T + HS condition after the demonstration of compliance with the health protocol, based on strict epidemiological parameters to prevent the transmission of COVID-19.
Lai Chi-wai, a 37-year-old Chinese climber in a wheelchair, managed to climb over 250 meters from the Nina Tower, a skyscraper in Hong Kong, on 16 January, reports Reuters.