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Update: Wed, 20 Aug 2014 - 10:14
Cuba Denounces at NAM New U.S. Subversive Actions

Cuba denounced at the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) new actions by the U.S. government to destabilize the island, diplomatic sources informed today.

Everything's Ready to Begin New School Year in Cuba

Cuba's Education Minister Ena Elsa Velázquez says that all of the island's educational institutions are working together to guarantee essential conditions for the new school year beginning September 1st.

Recognition of Victims Crucial to Peace in Colombia

The recognition of victims of the armed conflict in Colombia is a monumental step forward in the talks taking place here between representatives of the FARC-EP guerrilla force and the government of that country.

Crowning the Carnival

With the major award given to the float organized by the Ministries of Culture and Transportation, the Parade of the Holguin’s 2014 Carnival, which provides colors and sounds to these celebrations, came to an end.

Mleha, The Tragedy of War in Syria

They destroyed everything, says a young soldier while he points at what was left of the strategic city of Mleha, ten kilometers east of Damascus, which was conquered again last Thursday, after six months of intense combats. The city was occupied by armed extremists, who left a trail of ruins behind them.

More Members Join Federation of Cuban Women

About 50,000 women have joined the ranks of the Federation of Cuban Women (FMC) so far this year. The FMC is the largest mass organization that brings together women from across the island.

Cuba Denounces at UN New U.S. Subversive Actions

Cuba requested UN Chief Ban Ki-moon the release, as official UN documents, of denunciations about new US subversive actions against the Island, diplomatic sources reported today.

Press Release by the Cuban Interests Section in Washington, D.C.

The Cuban Interests Section in Washington, D.C, would like to inform the recipients of the services provided by its Consular Office that, in spite of the efforts made, it has not been possible to find a U.S. or foreign bank with offices in the United States or abroad to operate our bank accounts yet, due to the regulations derived from the economic, commercial and financial blockade imposed by the U.S. government against Cuba and the unfounded designation of Cuba as “a state sponsor of terrorism.”

No cases of Ebola in Cuba

Dr. Manuel Santín, national director of the Ministry of Public Health (MINSAP) epidemiology department reported on August 16, in Havana, that no cases of the viral infection Ebola (EVE) had been detected on the island.

New horizons for Gaviota

Tourist group Gaviota celebrated the 25th anniversary of its foundation with new accomplishments, among them the opening of the Meliá Marina Varadero Hotel with its first condominiums and the gradual completion of the ambitious Marina Gaviota Varadero project, and hotels Pestana Cayo Coco and Eurostars Cayo Santa María.

Secret USAID Operation Against Cuba

The effects of clandestine groups infiltrating, and coopting, ‘aid’ and ‘development’ organizations can be devastating. A report broken by the Associated Press details a Cuban man who met foreign visitors in college and came to call them his friends. But, these visitors were actually under secret instruction from the US Agency for International Development.

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