88 Egyptian Activists Injured in Tahrir

5 Cairo, nov 30. -At least 88 demonstrators, camped for 13 days in Tahrir Square, were injured in clashes with some street vendors, whose growing deployment at the square threatened to devalue their strike, several activists complained on Wednesday.Demonstrations took place last night in the street of the main entrance of the Egyptian Museum in Cairo, apparently caused by several

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Caribe Cooling Center from Santa Cruz del Sur in the vanguard

14 With the second place in the provincial emulation for the July 26th, the staff of the Caribe Cooling Center in Santa Cruz del Sur, belonging to Camaguey Dairy Products Enterprise, reaffirmed their vanguard work inside this economic field.To achieve such goal, these workers are ruled by a group of parameters among we can find discipline, fulfilment of the month

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Santa Cruz del Sur students committed with just causes

3 With the claim of release for the Cuban antiterrorist fighters held in United States jails since 13 years ago, students from the Camilo Cienfuegos in Santa Cruz del Sur, started the celebration for the International Student Day, where many activities, including sports were carried out. A special morning meeting was carried out on Tuesday where the 9 students of

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Argentina, Uruguay Resume Railroad Service

6 Buenos Aires, Aug 29. -President Cristina Fernandez and her Uruguayan counterpart Jose Mujica are officially resuming on Monday a railroad service, which was suspended 30 years ago. The line links the Argentine city of Pilar with Salto of Uruguay.Fernandez is scheduled to arrive in the city of Concordia and then will travel by helicopter to the Ayui train station,

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The Cuban “Danza Espiral” Company Soon on a Tour of France

3 Havana, Jul 15. -The Cuban dance company "Danza Espiral", directed by Liliam Padron, will begin a tour of France at the end of the month, as part of a bilateral agreement with the General Confederation of Labour of that European nation. "Adjunto de una Isla" (Attached to an Island) is the show that the troupe, from the western province

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Venezuelan Assembly Celebrates Independence Bicentennial

1 Caracas, Jul 8. -The National Assembly will celebrate the Independence Bicentennial on Friday with an official ceremony.The ceremony is part of a series of activities for the 5th of July, which marked the 200th anniversary of the Venezuelan Declaration of Independence. According to a press release from the Federal Legislative Palace, writer Roberto Hernandez Montoya, president of the Romulo

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Futsal, a summer option in Southern Camaguey

5 Santa Cruz del Sur Jul 6. -With the participation of six teams, made up of students and workers began this Monday the Futsal Cup in Southern Camaguey. This initiative was organized by the National Institute of Sports and Recreation (INDER), and its main objective is to stimulate the practice of sports. Pictures on Facebook According to Humberto Salazar Figueredo,

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Cuba Hosts Congress on Ear, Nose and Throat Medicine

3 Havana, Jun 27. -The 8th Congress of the Cuban Society of Otolaryngology (Ear, Nose and Throat Medicine) begins Monday in this capital with a master lecture on the results of a regional program for the hearing impaired. Issues such as experiences in endoscopic sinonasal surgery, oncology, and ear afflictions are also the focus of discussion by delegates from Germany,

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Cuba: Over 30,000 Genetics Studies Annually

2 Havana, Jun 17. -The national genetics network in Cuba annually carries out more than 30,000 studies to discover congenital diseases, with a high standard of scientific rigor and free of charge, according to a local news report. The genetic medicine center and 38 laboratories that comprise its network of services nationwide conduct pre-natal and post-natal diagnoses to discover various

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Cuba: Int’l Activists Meet on Fight to Free the Cuban 5

7 Havana, June 13. -The 3rd International Youth Solidarity Conference for the Cuban Five ends Monday with four workshops. The Cuban Five are Gerardo Hernandez, Ramon Labañino, Fernando Gonzalez, Antonio Guerrero y Rene González, antiterrorist fighters who have been held unjustly in U.S. prisons for almost 13 years. On Monday, the more than 180 delegates from 33 nations at the

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