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CubaGlobal Solidarity on May Day

Delegations from around the world will participate in celebrations for International Workers’ Day; a national celebration of a political, productive and cultural nature in Cuba.

Cuban Revolution Leader Fidel Castro Sends Wreath to Gabo in Mexican Homage

The historic leader of the Cuban Revolution, Fidel Castro, sent a wreath to the tribute in Mexico to Colombian writer Gabriel Garcia Marquez, to whom he had a strong and lasting friendship.

Activities Begin in Holguin to Mark World Environment Day

The Cuban eastern province of Holguin will develop a wide program of activities to mark World Environment Day, on June 5, as support of the announcement made by the United Nations to declare 2014 the International Year of Family Farming (IYFF).

GibaraSome 200 Films to Compete at Low Budget Film Festival

Near 200 films from some 15 countries will compete in the 11th edition of the International Low-Budget Film Festival, to take place in the coastal town of Gibara, from April 25 to 27.

 

Low-budget Film Festival in Gibara, Holguin

Cuban President Meets with Chinese Foreign Minister

Cuban President Raul Castro held talks Sunday afternoon with Chinese foreign minister Wang Yi, who paid a one-day official visit to Cuba as part of a regional tour.

ALBA Condemns USAID's Subversive “Cuban Twitter”

Member states of the Bolivarian Alliance for the Peoples of Our America (ALBA) have condemned a social networking system developed by the United States to stir anti-government protests in Cuba.

ZunZuneo: The story is long and continues…

Holguin Gets Ready for May Day Celebrations

Photo by Amauris BetancourtPreparations to celebrate the International Workers' Day in Holguin province are extending to workplaces, companies and people's councils around the territory.

Cuba Sees 2,156 New AIDS Cases in 2013

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.

Major Challenge to Cuban Sports

At least two major challenges have Cuban sport this year 2014: the 22nd Central American and Caribbean Games in Veracruz, Mexico and the 2nd Youth Olympic Games to be held next August in Nanking, China.

OPEC Aid Agency to Grant Cuba 50 Million Dollars

The aid agency of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) has agreed to grant Cuba 50 million US dollars over the next few years to renovate infrastructure and boost agriculture, state daily Granma reported on Monday.

HolguinBaseball Player Yunior Paumier Recovering Well after Surgery

The outstanding Holguin baseball player Yunior Paumier had an accident on his motorcycle after slipping on the wet pavement, suffering a fracture in his right elbow.

Latin American Film Festival Dedicated to García Marquez

The 36th edition of the International New Latin American Film Festival will be dedicated to one of its precursors, Colombian writer Gabriel García Márquez.

Another Dutch Travel Agency Punished by US Blockade

The US Department of State imposed a 5.9-million-dollar fine on the Dutch CWT B.V. travel agency for having commercial relations with Cuba.

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