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Marching for Martí and Fidel

This year's March of the Torches will be the largest to date, as workers join the island's youth in the lead up to the 78th anniversary of the Cuban Workers' Federation (CTC)

Cuban construction sector: A priority for foreign investment

Ten construction sector projects, including one located in the Mariel Special Development Zone (ZEDM), aimed at attracting international capital feature in the country’s new 2016-2017 Foreign Investment Portfolio, presented during the 34th Havana International Trade Fair

Cuban university students condemn subversive U.S. schemes

Students from the Julio Antonio Mella University in Santiago de Cuba condemned maneuvers by the U.S. government, such as the World Learning program, which attempt to manipulate Cuban youth


Cargo ship built in Cuba for Venezuela launched

The modern multipurpose ship was officially presented to the Bolivarian Navy in a ceremony held December 14

Victory Caravan reenacted

Young workers and soldiers from the Revolutionary Armed Forces and Ministry of the Interior recall the entry of the Rebel Army Victory Caravan in Holguín

Fidel’s city

The mutual love filled with glory and victories, which was sealed from the very first time he saw its sky, sea and mountains, met its men and women, faithful to a history of enduring struggles for the homeland, has just been confirmed for all time: Santiago de Cuba is Fidel’s city

An undefeated Fidel inspires us with his example

It was not in vain that Fidel united dozens of leaders from sister countries and more than a million Cubans in Havana, moved an entire people along the funeral procession that followed the route traveled by the Caravan of Liberty in 1959 - this time in reverse - and concentrated in this heroic city more dignitaries and friends from abroad and hundreds of thousands of Cubans from the country's eastern provinces

International recognition for Heberprot-P

Renowned scientists, experts and professors from the United States expressed strong interest in the impact of the Heberprot-P treatment program in Cuba, which now extends to both primary and secondary care