Cuban President Raúl Castro, described today as immortal the work of Colombian writer Gabriel García Márquez, in a message sent to the wife of the deceased Nobel Prize for Literature.
Preparations to celebrate the International Workers' Day in Holguin province are extending to workplaces, companies and people's councils around the territory.
Cuba's health ministry is urging vulnerable citizens to undergo HIV tests more often, revealing that 2,156 new cases of HIV/AIDS were registered last year, according to a report by the weekly newspaper Trabajadores.
The coastal city of Gibara, in Holguin province, will host the 11th Low-Budget Film Festival next week, with renewed energy.
A Special Tabloid, published by Granma, hit the newsstands today with the provisions of Law No. 118 of the Foreign Investment passed in the National Assembly of the People’s Power on March 29.
The morning was advancing while people were coming and going through the city of Havana. Cuba was all abuzz. There were still the debris from recent bombings of the airports of Ciudad Libertad, San Antonio de los Baños and Santiago de Cuba, but people, far from burying their dead in sorrow, were dressed in militias and carried rifles.
World Health Organization representative for Africa, Luis Gomez Sambo, said in Luanda, Angola, that international medical cooperation with Africa, especially the Cuban initiative, has been important and very useful for the continent.
The regulations for the use, exploitation, operations, management and offer of harbor maritime services at the Mariel Special Development Zone went into effect following their publication Monday in the Official Gazette.