U.S. Citizens Take an Interest in Blockade of Cuba

0 Havana, Cuba, Oct 23.- Journalists and representatives of NGOs and institutions of the United States took an interest on Monday about the consequences of the blockade of that country’s government against Cuba, a policy that is the main obstacle to the normalization of bilateral ties. By way of a videoconference that linked the island’s Foreign Ministry with Havana’s Interests

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Journalists from several regions of the country visited Santa Cruz del Sur

0 Journalists working for the Juventud Rebelde Newspaper from several regions of the country, visited this Tuesday the Camagueyan Municipality of Santa Cruz del Sur, in order to know the social-economic work of this southern area. During their tour in southern soil, such communication professionals received a detailed explanation on fishing industries from this town, while they got to know

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Touroperators from 12 Countries Celebrate Tourism Day

1 Manicaragua, Villa Clara, Sep 27. – Some 200 touroperators, travel agents, executives, experts and journalists from 12 nations dedicate on Tuesday the second day of the 8th International Meeting on Nature Tourism, Turnat 2011, to celebrate the World Day of Tourism. Under the slogan "Cuba in the center," the event takes place until Thursday in the mountainous zones of

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Honduras: Crimes against Journalists to be Investigated

2 Tegucigalpa, Jul 27. – The Catholic Church in Honduras claimed to investigate twenty crimes against journalists in the past four years, 13 of them after the coup of 2009, according to National Radio (RNH). "It is astonishing, the violent deaths of journalists, whether from the press, radio or television, which figure arrives to 20 in the last four years,"

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More than 100 Experts to Attend Havana Cigar Symposium

2 Havana, jul 11. -More than 100 researchers, museologists, collectors, journalists and artists have confirmed attendance at the 4th international symposium Havana-Habanos 2011, to be held on July 5-7. The director of the Tobacco Museum in Old Havana, Zoe Nocedo, is chairing the event's organizing committee and said participants would discuss the history of Cuban cigars, known as habanos; markets,

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More than 100 Experts to Attend Havana Cigar Symposium

1 Havana, Jul 4. -More than 100 researchers, museologists, collectors, journalists and artists have confirmed attendance at the 4th international symposium Havana-Habanos 2011, to be held on July 5-7. The director of the Tobacco Museum in Old Havana, Zoe Nocedo, is chairing the event's organizing committee and said participants would discuss the history of Cuban cigars, known as habanos; markets,

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Journalists from southern Camaguey ratify their commitment in the Press Day

0 Santa Cruz del Sur, Mar 15. –Several organisms and entities from this southern territory sent this march 14th, a warm congratulation to the journalists working in Radio Santa Cruz Radio Station, marking the Cuban Press Day. In this sense, and on the occasion of the 119th anniversary of the creation of the Patria Newspaper by Jose Marti, many activities

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Fidel Castro: “We Have Ideological Nuclear Weapons”

1 Camagüey, Cuba, Aug 10. – Fidel Castro admitted the important role that the mass media is playing today when a greatest danger is hovering over humankind, which is on the verge of a nuclear war. Responding to questions and comments by Venezuelan journalists on Sunday, Fidel Castro said that he believes that “we have ideological nuclear weapons on our

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