CIEGO DE AVILA, Cuba.-The promotion of tolerance and the struggle to eliminate all kinds of discrimination is a reality in Cuba, asserted on Wednesday in this city Mariela Castro, director of the National Center of Sex Education (CENESEX).
HAVANA, Cuba.-Urbelina Quintero is a woman farmer from the easternmost city of Baracoa, who expressed her deepest gratefulness to the Cuban Revolution and its free and universal healthcare system, which saved her life after she suffered from serious complications following a cesarean process.
HAVANA, Cuba.-The president of the National Small Famers Association (ANAP), Felix Gonzalez, stressed the need to increase the number of technically skilled workers involved in Cuban agriculture, particularly in cooperative farms.
HAVANA, Cuba.-Over 1 thousand delegates from some 40 countries of the world confirmed attendance at the 9th International Convention on the Environment and Development, to take place July 8-12, in Havana.
HAVANA, Cuba.-Human rights activists and experts urged US President Barack Obama to shut down the prison camp in the illegally occupied Cuban territory of Guantanamo, where a hundred prisoners have staged a hunger strike for the past 93 days.
HAVANA, Cuba.- A huge tourist investment aimed at building a large number of hotels on the keys off the northern Cuban coast demands the services of many designers from all companies, said the executive secretary of the Design Office Jesus Lacera.