Santiago de Cuba to Host Meeting of Cuban and Mexican Teachers

2 Santiago de Cuba, Sep 16. – Mexican and Cuban educators will hold a fraternal meeting from September 19 to 21 in this city, as part of a professional exchange project, organizers said. The meeting will take place at the former Normal School for Teachers and includes 12 previous courses on topics related to educational technology and communication, training and

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Cuban, Mexican Environmental Experts Meet

1 Havana, Aug 12 .-Cuban and Mexican environmental experts met to discuss protected areas in their respective countries which have the support of the UN and which they described as successful. Hector Amigo Carcases, president of the Commission on Energy and Environment of the Cuban National Assembly of People's Power, told the National News Agency that the study of mutual

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Reflections by Comrade Fidel: The Giant with Seven-league Boots (I)

7 I learned it from Aristotle, the most famous philosopher in the history of mankind. Human beings are capable of working either the most wonderful deeds or the worst inequities. Their amazing intelligence enables them to use the inalterable laws of nature to do right or wrong. Back in the days when our armed struggle was developing in the mountains

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Reflections by Comrade Fidel: The Giant with Seven-league Boots (II)

6 On March 12, 2004 we learned through INTERPOL that a citizen of Argentinean origin and naturalized in Mexico was being claimed in a case of operations of an illegal nature. (Part I) Relevant investigations corroborated that he had entered the country on February 27 that same year onboard a private plane, along another person, and that he was accommodated

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Gulf Oil Spill Effects Awesome

3 Mexico, May 24. -Extensive damage to biodiversity and livelihood may be expected if the gushing oil slick in the Gulf of Mexico reaches Mexican coasts, says National Committee on the Study and Conservation of Biodiversity (CONABIO). Biologist Jose Sarukhan, coordinator of the National Committee on the Study and Conservation of Biodiversity (CONABIO) said the worst toll would be for

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