Author Archives: Anthony Brenner

Cuba takes measures to face climate change

Havana, Cuba, Dec 14 (Radio Cadena Agramonte) – A group of important measures, contained in program Tarea Vida (Life Task), are adopted in Cuba with the aim of preparing the country to face the effects caused by climate change. According … Continue reading

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Cuba to the forefront by respect for the rights of women

By Mariela Peña Seguí/ Radio Cadena Agramonte Dec 14 – The mere fact of being female condemns women and girls from all over the world to see violated their human rights. Certainly, humanity has advanced in the recognition of the … Continue reading

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This Cuban industry began with 6 scientists, a tiny lab — and Fidel Castro’s obsession

Dec 14 by Mimi Whitefield – The Miami Herald  Havana -When Dr. R. Lee Clark, then president of the University of Texas’ famed M.D. Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, visited the island in November 1980 as part of a delegation, … Continue reading

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Northern Feed and Bean among Colorado groups that traveled to Cuba to discuss agriculture exports

Dec 15 by Samantha Fox – The Fence Post LUCERNE, Colo. — Colorado agriculture took a step toward a trade relationship with Cuba last month, despite the current embargo on the country. Colorado Agriculture Commissioner Don Brown, along with members … Continue reading

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Act of Solidarity With Venezuela on XIII Anniversary of Alba

Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro is present in Cuba at the event to reject interference and aggression against the South American nation. Dec 14 (teleSur) An act of solidarity with Venezuela is being celebrated in Havana, Cuba, during the commemoration of the … Continue reading

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Glauber Rocha Award Jury Meets in Havana

Havana, Dec 14 (Prensa Latina) Some few hours after the conclusion of the 39th Festival of New Latin American Cinema, the foreign press accredited in Cuba will select today the film to receive the Glauber Rocha Award, sponsored by Prensa … Continue reading

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Isle of Youth, Cuba

Dec 13, 2017 – Harmony V, Lindblad Expeditions – National Geographic We awoke in the sleepy harbor of Siguanea Bay under a beautiful clear sky as our day of exploration started in the Isle of Youth.  We boarded a local … Continue reading

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Cuba exports medicine to dozens of countries. It would like the U.S. to be one of them

BY MIMI WHITEFIELD – Miami Herald  DECEMBER 14, 2017 HAVANA – Cuba now exports vaccines, diagnostic kits and drugs developed by its Center for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology —the largest research center on the island — to 51 countries. But except for … Continue reading

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MEET DADY, THE INTREPID LEADER CHANGING PERCEPTIONS OF CUBA AROUND THE WORLD

written by Rebecca Shapiro December 15, 2017  for Intrepid Travel – The Journal Dady Marcos grew up in what she calls a “pretty standard family” in Cuba. Her grandparents were farmers. Her parents got divorced when she was four years old. “It was … Continue reading

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Venezuela: Chavismo Virtually Wipes US-Backed Opposition From Municipal Map

This is the worst electoral defeat for the opposition in Venezuela since 2005. Dec 12 (teleSur) by Arturo Rosales – Dec. 10 will not only go down as a date to remember in the annals of Venezuelan history for the … Continue reading

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