One million 800 thousand students will be at Cuban schools on September 1 as the 2014-2015 school years opens on the island, according to preliminary figures cited by Education minister Ena Elsa Velasquez.
The Cuban Women's Federation is marking its 54th anniversary August 23 in the Eastern province of Guantanamo, a territory where women has made important achievements.
Cuba called for new methods, initiatives and proposals to face the current international economic order, based on larger cooperation and solidarity among Latin American nations.
A Cuban delegation is attending the 23rd General Assembly of Housing and City Planning Ministers and Top Authorities of Latin America and the Caribbean Caribe (MINURVI), under way in Mexico City until Friday, announced the Physical Planning Institute (IPF) in this capital on Thursday.
The head of the International Sanitary Control Department at Cuba's Health Ministry, Niurka Molina, said that the country has adopted all necessary measures to prevent the introduction on the island of the Ebola Virus, a condition affecting four western African nations.
In his most recent article entitled "True Friendship," Fidel Castro tells about his most recent meeting in Havana, on August 19, with Venezuela's Nicolas Maduro and he praises Venezuela's assistance to the people of the Gaza Strip, under the atrocious Israeli attack.
A modern biofertilizers plant is built in Santiago de Cuba province, with an investment nearly five million pesos and technology developed by the Cuban Research Institute of Sugarcane Derivatives.
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