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Update: Wed, 01 Oct 2014 - 13:56
Cuba Prepares to Eliminate Monetary Duality

The Cuban bank system is getting ready to eliminate the monetary duality, which has been present in the country for two decades.

Illegal Gold Mining, a Major Concern for Authorities in Holguin

Excavations in the area of Cayo Chiquito, Moa, left severe damages in soils. Photo: Courtesy of Rangers CorpAlberto Ochoa took days digging in the same place. His sense of smell told him that he was getting closer to the precious metal, and he was very close, but of digging his own grave. Luck and rapid assistance of a colleague saved him from death. Now, he complains about the heat that causes the bandage on his body, but is happy to be alive to tell the story.

Africa Would be Very Different Without the Sacrifice of Cubans

For the President of the Zimbabwe African National Union – Patriotic Front (ZANU– PF), Simon Khaya Moyo, his country and Cuba share a common history and experience in regards to their struggles for independence.

Raúl Castro Receives President of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea

On September 29, Army General Raúl Castro Ruz, President of the Councils of Ministers and State received, the honorable Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo, President of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea, on an official visit to Cuba.

Widespread Rejection of U.S. Blockade against Cuba at UN

Angola, Guinea Bissau, Sao Tomé and Príncipe, Syria and Laos joined today the rejection at the UN General Assembly of the U.S. blockade against Cuba.

World Leaders Condemned Blockade Against Cuba at UN

Religious of Cuba, World Reject US Blockade Against Cuba

US Blockade Affects Cuba's International Cooperation

Holguin Boosts Environmental Management Project

Holguin has local development projects, aimed at promoting environmental management in communities near important natural ecosystems in eastern Cuba.

United Nations: Cuba Denounced Global Military Budget Increase

Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez, reported Saturday at the UN global increase in military budget at the expense of the development of peoples.

Palestinian Ambassador Thanks Solidarity with his People in Moa

His Excellency Akram Samhan, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the State of Palestine in Cuba, thanked the solidarity gesture with the Palestinian people expressed by members of the environmentalist project Ecoarte and foreign students at the university of the mining region of Moa, in Holguin.

NY Times Reveals U.S. Plans to Attack Cuba in 1976

Declassified documents by the Gerald Ford Presidential Library have revealed that former U.S. Secretary of State Henry Kissinger drew up secret plans to launch air raids against Cuba back in 1976.

Human Health: Priority of Cuba's Nuclear Energy Agency

Human health, food security and environmental protection constitute priorities of the Cuban Agency for Nuclear Energy and State-of-the-art Technologies.

South African Priest Visits Cuban Anti-terrorist in U.S. Prison

Alan Michael Lapsley, South African Anglican priest and social justice activist, held his ninth visit with Cuban anti-terrorist Gerardo Hernández Nordelo, imprisoned at Victorville prison in California.

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