One member of the Cuban medical brigade in Sierra Leone has been diagnosed with Ebola and is so far reported with no complications and hemodynamically stable, the Cuban Ministry of Public Health reported today.
The book entitled “Patria o Muerte, Venceremos!” (Homeland or Death, We Will Win!) by Italian professor Paola Laura Gorla was launched at the University of Havana on Monday.
The José Martí Youth Movement in Holguin province is holding an event devoted to the link between the thought of the National Hero of Cuba and current reality of the island.
Two U.S. Senators met on Tuesday morning with Alan Gross, a U.S. contractor held in Cuba for five years on charges of subversive actions against the government in Havana.
Of the 256 Cuban professionals sent to Guinea-Conakry, Liberia and Sierra Leone to fight the epidemic of Ebola in Western Africa, 8 are from the eastern province of Holguin.
Naïve art inspires Holguin born artist Salvador Pavan, who depicts in his work daily life of the nicknamed Cuban City of the Parks, a town that moves to the beat of culture. What this self-taught artsit is doing can very well be seen in his latest exhibition opened to the public at the Fausto gallery, at the UNEAC headquarters.
The twenty-fourth edition of the Son Music Festival begins on November 13th in Mayari, a Holguin municipality with a long tradition in this genre and venue of this event for more than two decades.