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Cuba arrived 20 years ago to support Guatemala

The country has made available to the Guatemalan government all medical brigades currently working in 16 of the nation’s 22 departments, as they have for the last two decades

FBI finds no evidence of “sonic attacks” in Cuba

Following months of investigations and four visits to the island the FBI has uncovered no evidence of the alleged “sonic attacks” against U.S. diplomatic personnel in Cuba

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First group of Cuban migrants arrive in Mexico

This Wednesday afternoon, January 13, the first 180 Cubans arrived in Mexico, the result of a pilot agreement reached, at the end of last year in Guatemala, between various countries of the Central American Integration System (SICA) and other implicated nations.

New round of talks between Cuba and EU

According to a press release by the Cuban Ministry of Foreign Relations (Minrex) November 27, representatives from the EU and Cuba will meet in Brussels, December 1-2

Raúl: We came to fulfill the mandate of Martí with the freedom won by our own hands

Army General Raúl Castro Ruz, President of the Councils of State and Ministers thanked the countries of Latin America and the Caribbean for their solidarity, enabling Cuba to participate equally in this hemispheric forum, as well as the President of the Republic of Panama for the invitation to attend

ALBA denounces regional intervention

On Monday March 5, member states of the Bolivarian Alliance for the Peoples of Our America-People’s Trade Agreement (ALBA-TCP)

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Obama calls on Congress to lift the blockade of Cuba

This Tuesday January 12, the President of the United States again called on Congress to lift the economic, commercial and financial blockade of Cuba, imposed for over half a century

Almost 10 million learn to read and write with Yo sí puedo

Cuba is helping people around the world to learn to read and write through the Yo sí puedo (Yes, I can) literacy method, with 9.8 million having benefited to date, reported Ena Elsa Velázquez, Cuban minister of Education at UNESCO