Almost 80% of children with leukemia in Cuba have been cured of this type of cancer, the most frequent among children worldwide, according to Dr. Sergio Machín, Hematology specialist and clinical pediatrician at the country’s Hematology and Immunology Institute (IHI), who explained that this accomplishment is on a par with results in developed nations.
The first of five modern seismic stations, located in the municipality of Guamá, Santiago de Cuba province, is now ready to be connected to the national network
The Pontus Lidberg Dance Company will debut today, October 30, with a show scheduled for 5:00 pm at the National Theatre, as part of the 24th Havana International Ballet Festival.
Despite being the institution which has provided the greatest amount of financing to self-employed workers, the number of beneficiaries represent barley 5% of the close to half a million registered self-employed workers in the county
On October 2, business executives and directors from Cuba and Japan assessed the possibility of increasing commercial cooperation and establishing new agreements, during the Cuba-Japan Economic Conference held over two days in Havana.
The 12th session of the Conference of the Parties to the UN Convention to Combat Desertification (UNCCD-COP12) will take place in Ankara October 12-23
The opening of a flight between Lisboa and Jardines del Rey, north of Ciego de Ávila, confirms the area’s sustained growth and consolidation as one of the principal tourist destinations in Cuba.
They are trying, but failing, to win elections. Conservatives are trying: the economic powers are attempting it; the old right – with a new discourse - is agonizing over it; they are plotting in the North to try to continue to control the South. But they are failing.
Yesterday September 8, Tourism Minister Manuel Marrero reported that the travel industry in Cuba continues to grow at a good rate, with a 17% increase noted thus far in 2015.
Dr. Manuel Santín, national director of the Ministry of Public Health (MINSAP) epidemiology department reported on August 16, in Havana, that no cases of the viral infection Ebola (EVE) had been detected on the island.