Author Archives: Anthony Brenner

Breaking the Blockade against Cuba: Interview with Claudia Camba

CubaSi| Oct. 16, 2017 Ricardo Vaz: Can you tell us a bit of the history of Operación Milagro (“Operation Miracle”)? Claudia Camba: Operación Milagro was borne out of another great Cuban internationalist mission, which was the literacy program “Yo Sí … Continue reading

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The vocational training of the new generations, a priority task in Camagüey

Camagüey, Oct 12.- Motivating in the new generations the study of educational profiles, technicians and others which contribute to local development, is the purpose of the meeting between teachers and students on vocational training and career guidance 2017-2018, inaugurated this … Continue reading

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Under the Watch of 1,300 Observers, Venezuelan Elections a Success

Caracas, Oct 15 (Prensa Latina) As the polling stations begin to close, the regional elections in Venezuela Sunday to pick up the governors of the country”s 23 states went by successfully, the commander in charge of guaranteeing security said. Some … Continue reading

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Mexicans and Cubans Condemn Unjust U.S. Blockade

Mexico, Oct 15 (Prensa Latina) The Association of Cuban Residents in Mexico, the Mexican Solidarity Movement (MMSC) and the Cuban Embassy in this country on Sunday condemned the unjust U.S. blockade of Cuba and the new threats by President Donald … Continue reading

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Rumba Takes Part Today in the Celebration of Cuban Culture in Belgium

Brussels, Oct 14 (Prensa Latina) Rumba, recently declared Intangible Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO, will be the protagonist today of the Day of Cuban Culture that takes place in Belgium these days. In the program planned for this Saturday, a … Continue reading

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Mills and banking: also actors in the recovery of the Camagüey

This 13 October celebrate their day workers in two important sectors: banking and mills, but will do so with a peculiarity, immersed in the work of recovery after the passage of hurricane Irma to revitalize its facilities and also working … Continue reading

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Cuban Culture Day in Belgium Dedicated to Jazz

Brussels, Oct 15 (Prensa Latina) The Cuban Culture Day in Belgium will be dedicated to jazz, a musical genre in which many musicians from the Caribbean nation have made relevant contributions. Belgians, Latin Americans and Cubans will gather on Sunday … Continue reading

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Cuban Delegates to Festival of Youth and Students Arrive in Sochi

Sochi, Russia, Oct 14 (Prensa Latina) Loaded with achievements and experiences to show the world today, Cuban delegates will participate in the 19th World Festival of Youth and Students. Upon arrival, the youth of the Caribbean island assured that they … Continue reading

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Trump Administration’s Foreign Policy on Debate in Cuba

Havana, Oct 12 (Prensa Latina) Latin American researchers are discussing today the foreign policy of the Donald Trump administration, as part of the second session of the 3rd Conference on Strategic Studies. Specialists, mostly from Cuba and Mexico, will address … Continue reading

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Cuba to Attend Regional Forum on Educational Policies in Argentina

Buenos Aires, Oct 11 (Prensa Latina) Cuba attends today the 2017 Regional Forum of Educational Policies, Latin America facing the challenge of the 2030 Education Agenda, focused on seeking tools to ensure equity and inclusion in this area. Deputy Minister … Continue reading

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