Santa Cruz del Sur to rent barber’s shops and hairdressing salons

2 Registered since 2010 and working as rented barbers shops and beauty salons since June 1st the same year, the previously mentioned facilities in Southern Camaguey will be rented by the private sector and supervised by the Local Service Enterprise.Officially, people using the working resources in those places will pay a fee to the National Office of Tributary Administration (ONAT),

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Santa Cruz del Sur prepares facilities for the new school year

1 The successful beginning of the 2011-2012 school year in Southern Camaguey takes a great deal of effort by the staff in the education field and by the construction brigades working in the various building works.The buildings hosting the students of 10th grade are already close to the filling-out of the classrooms for what it is required a very heavy

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Santa Cruz del Sur to improve women’s leading role In Voluntary Military Service

0 Santa Cruz del Sur, May 11. –The conception of the war of all the people is one of the directions of the political-ideological work. In this sense, the Youth Communist League (UJC) from Santa Cruz del Sur is working hard to increase the women’s leading role in the Voluntary Military Service. The topic is almost mandatory in the ordinary

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Health Officials Praise Cuban Medical Efforts in Hait

0 Santo Domingo, Apr 27. -Some 1,200 Cuban physicians live in the most remote areas of Haiti, working in solidarity to eradicate cholera, Lilian Reneau-Vernon, representative of the Pan-American Health Organization (PAHO), stated in this capital. During a workshop on experiences in response to the cholera epidemic in Haiti and the Dominican Republic, the PAHO official talked about the outstanding

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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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UN: Int’l Team to Probe Origin of Cholera in Haiti

0 United Nations, Dec 18. -The United Nations is working to create an international group to identify the origins of the cholera epidemic that has spread throughout Haiti since October, a top UN official reported Thursday. UN Under-Secretary-General for Peacekeeping Operations Alain LeRoy said the team of scientists should be "completely independent," and its creation will be coordinated with the

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Reinventing the United Nations

448 United Nations, Oct 25. -Since leaving my post as president of the UN General Assembly, on September 14, 2009, I have been working on a proposal to reinvent the United Nations. We will soon be presenting that proposal. I am among those who are convinced that today more than ever, the world needs a real United Nations, one that

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Telephone Center in Santa Cruz del Sur to be improved

1 Santa Cruz del Sur, Sep 16. –The Telephone Center from Santa Cruz del Sur, belonging to the Cuban Telecommunications Eenterprise ( ETECSA), is working to improve the internal control and the operations of the communications in the tewrritory. ETECSA counts on 1996 services already installed and more than 1300 of the TFA model ( Fixed Alternative telephones), which allowes

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U.S. Government Paid Miami Reporters to Be Biassed against Cuba

12 Washington, May 29. -A civic group will shortly disclose evidence on how the U.S. Government covertly paid tens of thousands of dollars to Miami journalists working for major media outlets to incendiary stories against Cuba and five Cuban antiterrorists. The evidence has been uncovered by the National Committee to Free the Cuban Five, which next June 2 will make

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Cuban Physicians Get Ready for Catastrophes in Haiti

0 Gonaives, Haiti, May 24. -Cuban physicians working in the Haitian department of Artibonite will implement as of Monday what they learned during a civil defense exercise to avoid human and material losses from natural catastrophes. That department suffered in 2004 and 2008 two largest flooding, which surprised thousands of inhabitants and left considerable damages and several casualties. In the

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