Author Archives: Greta Jean

Viñales: Cuba’s first Global Geopark?

A group of researchers are currently working on a proposal which could see Viñales become Cuba’s first Global Geopark A group of researchers are currently working on a proposal which could see Viñales become Cuba’s first Global Geopark. The designation … Continue reading

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A family’s missions

Defined by their resistance and hope, six Cuban professionals at a Comprehensive Diagnostic Center share their experiences of working in Venezuela Yaracuí, Venezuela.– Thousands of books, testament to a venerable work of patience, commitment and courage, could be written from … Continue reading

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Why Maduro Is Putting His Post at the Disposal of the ANC

Venezuela’s President said “nobody is above the original power” before placing his leadership under its authority. Following the installation of the National Constituent Assembly last Friday, the Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro has put his leadership into the hands of the body’s representatives. … Continue reading

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Cubans use late run to defeat Cajuns

HAVANA — Johnathan Stove scored 13 of his team-high 18 points in the second half, but Cuba’s Jasiel Rivero scored 18 of his game-high 24 points after halftime and helped the Cuban National Team pull away for an 81-71 victory … Continue reading

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Discover this historic link between South Mississippi and Cuba

BILOXI – As soon as he saw it, Cuban Commodore José Miguel Díaz Escrich recognized a French name and a 300-year-old link between Havana and Biloxi. The name: Pierre Le Moyne d’Iberville — the French Canadian explorer who first set … Continue reading

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Siena women ready for Cuba trip

The Saints are heading to Cuba on Monday. While there, they will play the Cuban National Team and they will teach kids when they host a clinic. The team has been learning about the country and its culture and this … Continue reading

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Cuban Ministry of Foreign Affairs issues statement addressing allegations by the U.S.

Cuba has never, nor would it ever, allow that the Cuban territory be used for any action against accredited diplomatic agents or their families, without exception On 17 February this year, the United States Embassy in Havana and the Department … Continue reading

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El Septeto Santiaguero, Sintesis bring vibrant sounds of Cuba to L.A. in August

Cuban son ensemble El Septeto Santiaguero can testify to the impact that recognition from the U.S. record industry can have on even a well-established non-U.S. act. While having formed in 1995, and since releasing eight albums and finding fame in … Continue reading

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Cuba’s President Hails Venezuela’s National Constituent Assembly

Havana, Aug 10 (Prensa Latina) Cuba”s President Raul Castro has congratulated Venezuelans on behalf of the Cuban people for the victory in electing and establishing a National Constituent Assembly. In a letter to his Venezuelan peer, Nicolas Maduro, the Cuban … Continue reading

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World’s 1st Skin Cancer Drug Available in Every Cuban Pharmacy

Within months of its development, Heberferon has brought incredible results to over 400 patients around the island. The world’s first skin cancer treatment, which targets basal cell carcinoma, has appeared in pharmacies across Cuba within only six months of its … Continue reading

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