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Tuesday, June 19, 2018

News / Cuba


  • President Miguel Díaz-Canel Bermúdez inaugurates new Institute of Hematology and Immunology headquarters

    President Miguel Díaz-Canel Bermúdez inaugurates new Institute of Hematology and Immunology headquarters

    Havana, Jun 18.- Alongside the Second Secretary of the Party Central Committee, José Ramón Machado Ventura, the President of the Councils of State and Ministers, Miguel Díaz-Canel Bermúdez, attended the inauguration of the new headquarters of the Dr. José Manuel Ballester Santovenia Institute of Hematology and Immunology on Saturday, located in the Havana municipality of Vedado.

  • 53% of scientists in Cuba are women

    53% of scientists in Cuba are women

    Havana, Jun 15.- Some 86,426 individuals work in Cuba’s science sector, 53% of whom are women, according to the President of the Cuban Academy of Sciences (ACC) Dr. Luis C. Velázquez Pérez speaking during the First International Science and Education Congress taking place in the Havana International Conference Center.

  • First draft of proposed new Constitution progressing

    First draft of proposed new Constitution progressing

    Havana, Jun 15.- Progress is being made by the commission charged with writing the first draft of a new Constitution, headed by its president, Army General Raúl Castro Ruz, first secretary of the Communist Party of Cuba.

  • India's President to Visit Cuba

    India's President to Visit Cuba

    New Delhi, Jun 13.- Indian President Ram Nath Kovind will visit Cuba, where he expected to meet with his Cuban counterpart Miguel Diaz-Canel, as well as sign agreements in biotechnology and traditional and alternative medicine, according to the Foreign Ministry.

  • Cuba Stresses the Importance of Humanistic Values in Education

    Cuba Stresses the Importance of Humanistic Values in Education

    Havana, June 13. -Mexican professor and researcher Sandra Valera highlighted here the importance of teaching based on humanism, in the context of the second session of the International Congress on Science and Education.

  • Only Survivor of the Plane Crash Continues in Critical Condition

    Only Survivor of the Plane Crash Continues in Critical Condition

    By Lisette Izquierdo Ferrer/ ACN

    Havana, Cuba, Jun 13. - The only survivor of the plane crash last May 18th in Havana, Maylen Diaz Almaguer continues in critical condition although there has been a favorable improvement in the treatment aimed at controlling the infections that emerged and its consequence.

  • Cruise ship tourism on the rise

    Cruise ship tourism on the rise

    Havana, Jun 12.- Cruise ship tourism is on the rise in Cuba. Last year the port of Havana received some 328,000 passengers, with 500,000 expected this 2018.

  • Marti enters the Hall of Fame of writers from New York

    Marti enters the Hall of Fame of writers from New York

    Havana, Jun 12.- The National Hero of Cuba, José Martí, was appointed a member of the New York Writers Hall of Fame (Hall of Fame of writers from New York), in recognition of his work as a poet, essayist, journalist and politician.

  • Raúl: Unity is our principal weapon

    Raúl: Unity is our principal weapon

    Havana, Jun 12.- The Communist Party of Cuba’s first secretary, Army General Raúl Castro Ruz, addressed members of the Central Committee Secretariat; first secretaries of municipal and provincial committees; other auxiliary functionaries; and representatives of mass organizations and the Young Communists League, at the conclusion of a three-day meeting held at the Party’s Ñico López cadre school, in Havana.

  • Cuba has given health services in more than 165 countries

    Cuba has given health services in more than 165 countries

    Manzanillo, Granma, June 11 - Roberto Morales Ojeda, member of the Political Bureau of the Communist Party of Cuba, vice-president of the Council of the State and Minister of Public Health, expressed in this city of the Cuban east that more than 400 thousand professionals of this sector have collaborated in approximately 165 countries.