Havana, Tuesday 04 de August de 2015 03:24 am

Oakland University student says in Cuba I discovered a lot

Upon her return to the United States after a recent study trip to Cuba, Oakland University sophomore Annabelle Chidiac said "I went there to discover and I discovered a lot,"

Salvadorian President accuses political leader about his Cuban trip

HAVANA, Cuba, Jul 31 (acn) Salvadorian President Salvador Sanchez Cerén, who is in Cuba for a routine medical check-up, accused the leader of his country´s Nationalistic Republican Alliance Party (ARENA), Jorge Velado, to have violated his privacy.

Activists in Britain Call Conference on US-Cuba Relations

An international conference called Cuban Futures will be held October in London on the reestablishment of US-Cuba relations and prospects for normalization of links between the two countries with the participation of speakers from Cuba, the U.K., and North America.

U.S. Youngsters Satisfied to Know Cuba

U.S. Youngsters Satisfied to Know Cuba

A group of U.S. youngsters, members of the 46th contingent of the Venceremos Brigade, expressed their satisfaction to know Cuba and be able to change the image they had of the island.

ECLAC says US blockade hinders Cuban development

The Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean, ECLAC, regretted that the US blockade on Cuba hinders the development of that island nation, though it stressed some advancements taking place in the Caribbean country.

Hillary Clinton to Ask for Lifting of U.S. blockade on Cuba

Hillary Clinton to Ask for Lifting of U.S. blockade on Cuba

Hillary Clinton, candidate for the Democratic nomination for President of the United States, will ask Congress on Friday to lift the blockade against Cuba during a planned visit to South Florida, where she will participate in two public meetings, according to information released by her campaign office.

Young U.S. Student Thanks Cuba for Medical Training on the Island

I owe a lot to Cuba; what it has taught me in Medicine and outside Medicine is great, asserted in an exclusive interview with ACN Diana Gutierrez, of New York, the United States, who recently finished her studies.

Fidel Sends Letter to Telesur on its 10th Anniversary

The historic leader of the Cuban Revolution, Fidel Castro, sent a letter to the workers of the multi-state television channel Telesur, on the occasion of its 10th anniversary, addressed to the television network's director, Patricia Villegas.

U.S. Senate Committee Approves Amendment to End Restrictions on Travel to Cuba

U.S. Senate Committee Approves Amendment to End Restrictions on Travel to Cuba

The U.S. Senate Appropriations Committee approved on Thursday to put an end to restrictions to travel to Cuba for U.S .citizens, said a spokesperson of the commission.

Cuba Denounces Western Actions against Struggle on Racism

Cuba Denounces Western Actions against Struggle on Racism

Cuba denounced in Geneva actions by some western countries to hinder the advance of the struggle against racism, xenophobia and discrimination.

Cuban and Mexican Sugar Associations to Enhance Cooperation

Mexico´s Sugar Experts Association, ATAM, and its Cuban counterpart ATAC, signed an accord to strengthen bilateral cooperation.

Pew Survey Shows Most U.S. Citizens Support Relations with Cuba

Pew Survey Shows Most U.S. Citizens Support Relations with Cuba

Seven out of every 10 U.S. citizens support the reestablishment of diplomatic relations between Cuba and the United States, according to a Pew Research Center survey.

Cuban Products and Services at Angolan International Trade Show

Cuban Products and Services at Angolan International Trade Show

Cuba is promoting its products and services at the 32 Luanda International Trade Fair as part of the island´s collaboration with that African nation.

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