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Cuban Vice President Calls for Increased Production

Matanzas, July 3 (RHC)-- Cuban Vice President Jose Ramon Machado Ventura has called for increased production and crop yields to cover the needs of national commerce and reduce food imports.... More

Cuba and Venezuela Conclude Review of Joint Cooperation Projects

Caracas, July 3 (RHC) -- Cuba and Venezuela concluded today the Ninth Meeting for Analysis and Improvement of Cooperation Projects between the two nations, held in Caracas every three months.... More

Two Explosions Leave 13 Dead in Northeast Nigeria

Abuja, July 3 (RHC)-- Two separate bomb blasts at a marketplace and a military checkpoint in northeastern Nigeria have left over a dozen people dead. The first bombing was carried out on Thursday in a... More

Opposition March in Ecuador Turns Violent

Quito, July 3 (teleSUR-RHC)-- Anti-government protesters attacked police on Thursday in downtown Quito, the Ecuadorean capital, in an effort to reach government supporters — who had assembled in fro... More

Sports News Roundup July 03

Peru and Paraguay teams aim to end their Copa America campaign on a high after missing out on a place in the final.... More

Sports News Roundup July 02

The relationship between the United States and Cuba has been fractured along political and economic lines for a generation, our governing systems diametrically opposed for much of the last half centur... More

Chaplin’s granddaughter in Havana

Charles Chaplin’s granddaughter, Oona Chaplin, who is currently visiting Havana, says that returning to Cuba is like coming back to her second home... More

Cuban Choir Awarded in the United States

The Cuban choir Entrevoces, directed by maestra Digna Guerra, won the Grand Prix at the International Choir Competition Serenade 2015, held in Washignton D.C., in the United States... More

Protests Over Corruption in Guatemala

In Guatemala, outrage over two corruption scandals has fueled marches since the end of April, when an international prosecutors’ panel, backed by the United Nations, that has been working with the a... More

Economic Update July 02

Cuban lawmakers will analyze the results of the fight on crime, corruption, illegalities and social indiscipline at the Cuban Parliament session, which was called for July 15th.... More

Solar Eruptions Can Cause Significant Damage to Unprotected Planets Says Study

Greenbelt, Maryland April 10 (RHC) The natural magnetic bubble surrounding the Earth known as the magnetosphere could be an essential part of what makes our planet habitable, according to new research... More

Cuban Experts Believe that Advanced Cancer Could Become a Chronic Disease

Havana, May 20 (RHC)-- Cuban health experts said in Havana that the new therapies used to fight advanced cancer could turn the disease into a chronic illness.... More

Pre-historic Cubans Practiced Agriculture Earlier than Commonly Assumed

Cuban and Canadian researchers have demonstrated the use of cultivated plants in the Caribbean well before the commonly accepted advancement of agricultural groups in the region at around AD 500, publ... More

Advice over Plans to Visit Cuba for the First Time

Words of advice for our listeners who may be planning a trip to Cuba for the first time. The high seasons for Cuba tourism are from mid-November to mid-March and in July and August. Prices for hotels,... More

Spain Could Face 50 Degree Heatwave by 2050

MADRID, April 8 (Xinhua) -- Spain could face heat waves with temperatures of up to 50 degrees Celsius by the year 2050, according to a report on the effects of climate change published on Tuesday.... More

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