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  • Maduro's victory symbolizes his people's determination to not allow a capitalist rebirth in Venezuela21/05/18

    Upon hearing of the electoral victory of Nicolas Maduro and the Bolivarian Revolution in Venezuela this Sunday, Radio Havana Cuba reached out for comments by long-time Cuban ambassador in Caracas German Sanchez.

  • Cuba submits human rights report to UPR mechanism in Geneva18/05/18

    Up next, we bring you comments by Ambassador Pedro Luis Pedroso, Cuba's representative to the UN in Geneva, Switzerland, about the national report on human rights, presented by Cuba, which was discussed and approved at the Human Rights Council in Geneva.

  • Cuba ratifies its commitment to safeguarding the human rights of its citizens17/05/18

    In Geneva Wednesday morning, Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez presented a national report before the Human Rights Council's universal periodic review. Cuba's top diplomat noted that the document emerged from a broad and participatory process of consultation involving numerous civil society organizations and government institutions. Up next, we bring you excerpts of the Cuban Foreign Minister's words before the UN Human Rights Council.

  • Republic of Korea and ECLAC deepen bilateral cooperation 14/05/18

    The 37th period of sessions of the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) wrapped up over the weekend here in the Cuban capital. For its importance, we will continue bringing you highlights of this meeting, which gathered high-level representatives from the regional body's members and associate states, as well as from extra-regional partners, inter-governmental agencies and international organizations.

  • The Caribbean and South-South Cooperation center debates at ECLAC's Havana meeting10/05/18

    The 37th period of sessions of the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) is running here in Havana until Friday. Lena Valverde has been covering the week-long event, being held at Havana's Convention Center, the Palacio de Convenciones.

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  • Cuba assumes ECLAC's rotating presidency, pledges continued support for regional integration09/05/18

    Tuesday's opening of the 37th period of sessions of the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) was presided over by Cuban President Miguel Díaz-Canel, UN Secretary General Antonio Guterrez, ECLAC Executive Secretary Alicia Bárcena and Ambassador June Soomer, General Secretary of the Association of Caribbean States (ACS).

  • Cuban arts festival in Washington DC07/05/18

    Juan Jacomino brings us details of a huge cultural event taking place in the U.S. capital of Washington D.C., as Cuban musicians and artists head for the Kennedy Center.

  • Cuba and Namibia commemorate 40th anniversary of Cassinga Massacre05/05/18

    Cuba and Namibia commemorated Friday the 40th anniversary of the Cassinga Massacre of Namibian refugees in Angola, perpetrated by South African forces on May 4, 1978.

  • U.S. activist: We have so much to learn from Cuba03/05/18

    More than 1000 activists from Latin America, Europe, Africa, Asia and the United States gathered at Havana's Convention Center for the International Meeting of Solidarity with Cuba, a one-day event, organized by the Cuban Institute of Friendship with the Peoples (ICAP)

  • Solidarity activists pledge continued support for Cuban people and their Revolution02/05/18

    More than 1,000 activists, representing 241 friendship groups in 66 countries, participated Wednesday in an International Meeting of Solidarity with Cuba at Havana's Convention Center, in the framework of May Day celebrations.

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  • Cuban Tourism Minister: Cayo Santa Maria has much to offer to its visitors02/05/18

    The 38th International Tourism Fair is underway at Cayo Santa Maria, located to the north of central Cuba. With more, here's Juan Jacomino.

  • U.S. activist calls May Day celebrations in Cuba awesome02/05/18

    Here in Cuba on International Workers' Day, nearly one million marched in Havana at the Plaza de la Revolucion Jose Marti... and almost a half a million marched Santiago de Cuba, the cradle of the Cuban Revolution and our second largest city. The May Day march early Tuesday morning also had numerous foreign invitees and participants in Santiago. And Radio Havana Cuba spoke with two top executives of the Washington-based organization National Association for Multicultural Education.

  • Building solidarity between unions in the U.S. and Cuba02/05/18

    Radio Havana Cuba's Juan Jacomino caught up with several members of the organization Cuba-California Worker Solidarity. Up next, just as the annual May Day march was getting ready to step off, Jaco talked with Bill Camp, Roz Myers and Nancy Yamada... from the U.S. state of California, here to express their solidarity with Cuban workers and their revolutionary process.

  • Jamaican health minister calls health cooperation with Cuba strong and worth preserving and expanding on30/04/18

    The honorable Dr. Christopher Tufton, Minister of Health of Jamaica, visited our nation this past week. He was one of the 44 ministers of health who participated here in Havana in the 3rd International Health Convention Cuba-Salud 2018. We bring an exclusive interview granted to Radio Havana Cuba by the Jamaican minister of health.

  • PAHO official: we need more Cuban participation in achieving health goals globally25/04/18

    We bring highlights of the III International Health Convention and the XIV 'Health for All' trade fair, taking place here in Havana. It includes remarks by Dr. Clarissa Etienne, director of the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) and the organization's representative in Cuba, Dr. Cristian Morales.

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  • U.S. activist: Unity, the most important five-letter word in the Cuban Revolution24/04/18

    Radio Havana Cuba's Juan Jacomino talks with Walter Lippman, a U.S. activist who has worked on Cuba solidarity issues for many years and is visiting us here in Havana.

  • WHO director-general: Cuba is an example for many countries24/04/18

    We now bring excerpts of the remarks by the director general of the World Health Organization, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, who is here in Havana to take part in the 3rd International Health Convention and the 14th International Health for All Fair.

  • Bolivian president Evo Morales begins official visit23/04/18

    Bolivian President Evo Morales is here in Havana, where he has already met with the new president of Cuba, Miguel Diaz-Canel. Up next, here's Juan Jacomino with more details.

  • Raul Castro expresses full confidence in Miguel Diaz Canel20/04/18

    At the conclusion of the session of the National Assembly of People's Power, outgoing Cuban president Raul Castro delivered an address, and Radio Havana Cuba now brings you excerpts of this speech. With more, here's Gerywn Jones.

  • Cuba's new president ratifies continuity of revolutionary process begun in 1959 19/04/18

    Cuba has a new president of the Council of State and Ministers, Miguel Díaz-Canel Bermúdez. Up next, Juan Jacomino brings us excerpts of his first speech as Cuba's president.

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  • Foreign Minister: Cuba will not accept threats nor blackmail from the US government18/04/18

    The 6th Summit of the Americas wrapped up over the weekend in Lima, the Peruvian capital. Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez headed the island's delegation to the gathering and he addressed the meeting of heads of state and government on Saturday. Up next, we bring you excerpts of the speech delivered by Bruno Rodriguez, our foreign minister.

  • Labor lawyers meet in Havana to discuss workers' situation and build intercontinental solidarity12/04/18

    Up next, RHC's Juan Jacomino speaks on the phone with US lawyer Natasha Bannan, who is the president of the National Lawyers Guild, who is in Havana these days. Bannan is Puerto Rican and has headed the Lawyers Guild since October of 2015. She also serves as associate counsel at the organization LatinoJustice PRLDEF, working with low-wage Latino immigrant workers.

  • Although traditionally excluded, Cuba has met most goals of Summits of the Americas11/04/18

    Lena Valverde talks with Radio Havana Cuba's Jorge Miyares, who covered the very first Summit of the Americas, which was held in Miami in 1994... nearly 24 years ago.

  • People's Summit gets underway in Peru10/04/18

    RHC's Juan Jacomino speaks on the phone with Cristina Escobar, a journalist with Cuban Television, who is covering the People's Summit and other events in Lima, in the framework of the 8th Summit of the Americas.

  • Cuba's civil society delegation fulfills packed agenda in Peru09/04/18

    A tribute to the forefathers of Peruvian independence marked the first official function of the delegation of Cuba's civil society upon its arrival in Lima to participate in the events taking place alongside the Summit of the Americas, scheduled for Friday and Saturday.

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  • Construction materials from Puerto Rico to Cuba09/04/18

    RHC’s Juan Jacomino brings us comments from Puerto Rican Lee Rivera, Vice President of the firm Danosa, which specializes in construction materials. Danosa was one of foreign firms that participated in this year's edition of the International Construction Fair (FECONS), which concluded Friday here in Havana.

  • Havana, the most popular destination for Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings in 201706/04/18

    RHC’s Juan Jacomino brings us comments from Norwegian Cruise Line's president and chief executive officer Frank del Río as the cruise line marked, its first year of operations in Cuba, Thursday night, in Havana.

  • Havana's construction fair points to upcoming boom in sector 05/04/18

    Juan Jacomino reports on the International Construction Fair (FECONS) at Havana's Pabexpo exhibition ground.

  • Albizu Campos: Cuban and Puerto Rican flags are sisters in sacrifice and history04/04/18

    RHC’s Juan Jacomino speaks with Rosa Meneses, grand daughter of Pedro Albizu Campos, the Puerto Rican attorney and politician, and leading figure in the Puerto Rican independence movement. The focus of the discussion today is Campos’ comments on Cuban youth he made in a speech in PR in 1950 praising the valor of Cuban youth in opposing the dictatorship of Fulgencio Batista.

  • RHC's Arts Roundup21/05/18

    The next concert of Silvio Rodríguez´ tour through the neighborhoods will be on Thursday, May 24, at 7:00 p.m. in the Carlos Aguirre Park, in the corner of Mazón and Valle streets, Plaza de la Revolution.

  • RHC's Arts Roundup18/05/18

    With her trio and with her melodious voice conquering the audience, Haydée Milanés, went on stage this week at the Eisenhower Theater of the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in a concert featuring their own songs and those of other renowned composers.

  • RHC's Arts Roundup14/05/18

    Visual arts, music and dance are being combined at the beginning of the week in the performance of the renowned Cuban creator Manuel Mendive in the US capital as part of the festival of the Arts of Cuba: from the island to the world.

  • RHC's Arts Roundup07/05/18

    Cuban soprano Bárbara Llanes will star in a Cuban National Lyric Theater production of Romeo and Juliet by Charles Gounod in Havana on May 11th and 13th.

  • RHC's Arts Roundup04/05/18

    A recent article in the Washington Post, covers a major Cuban cultural delegation scheduled for performances in the US Capital in late May and early June.

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  • RHC's Arts Roundup25/04/18

    When the Paseo del Prado hotel opens its doors next year, Havana will have a new five-star plus tourist facility that will welcome visitors at the entrance of the Havana bay.

  • RHC's Arts Roundup23/04/18

    The 15th Havana International Guitar Festival and Contest is taking place until April 29. This fantastic guitar festival has invited brilliant guitarists from all over the world to showcase their talents in Havana.

  • RHC's Arts Roundup20/04/18

    The company Lizt Alfonso is presenting the work called Cuba Vibra from this Friday until next Sunday in the Avellaneda hall of the National Theater, in this capital.

  • RHC's Arts Roundup18/04/18

    Cuban artists remembered on Tuesday April 17 the 60th anniversary of the death of the singer Rita Montaner, whom the people called "the only one" and whose imprint transcended the borders of the Caribbean nation.

  • RHC's Arts Roundup11/04/18

    With the project My Black Grandfather, the African Cultural Centre Fernando Ortiz or el Centro Cultural Africano Fernando Ortiz in Santiago de Cuba promotes children's learning about African influences on Cuba and promotes communication with the children’s contemporaries in that continent.

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  • RHC's Arts Roundup10/04/18

    The diva of the Buena Vista Social Club, Omara Portuondo, will open the "Arts of Cuba" Festival on May 8 at the Eisenhower Theater in Washington, as part of the Cuban artistic procession that includes notable figures such as the painter Roberto Fabelo, the National Ballet of Cuba, the singer-songwriter Pablo Milanés, the Van Van orchestra, the pianist Aldo López-Gavilán and the artist and sculptor Manuel Mendive.

  • RHC's Arts Roundup09/04/18

    Opening his European tour in Barcelona, Pink Floyd's founding member, Roger Waters is participating in the event Everyone with Palestine, which will take place at the Espai Josep Bota de la Fabra i Coats, cultural space of Sant Andreu de Palomar, Barcelona, Monday 9th April.

  • RHC's Arts Roundup09/04/18

    The 21st French Film Festival will premiere 14 contemporary French feature films from April 11th to 22nd, in Cuba. It will be attended by a large delegation of French directors and actors/actresses from France to present the works.

  • RHC's Arts Roundup06/04/18

    The Cuban company Acosta Danza shares the scene with the dancers and choreographers Saburo Teshigawara, from Japan, and Pontus Lidberg, from Sweden, in a series of world premieres. The sries will take place in the Gran Teatro de La Habana Alicia Alonso, from Friday 6 April until Sunday, April 8.

  • Maduro reelected, the struggle continues 21/05/18

    Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro achieved a brilliant victory this past Sunday in being reelected to his post for the next six years. Maduro received sixty eight percent of the valid votes against twenty one percent of the votes obtained by his closest competitor, Henry Falcon, one of the three opposition candidates.

  • Gina Haspel, the torturer who promises to become a dove18/05/18

    Anything is possible when the goal is to obtain a high post in the Government of the United States. Proof of this is the promise to repent from heinous crimes made by Gina Haspel, a hardened CIA field agent accused of torturing prisoners. This notorious CIA operative has now vouched to cease those brutal practices in the future if she is confirmed as the next Director of the Central Intelligence Agency.

  • Cuba sets an example and hope in Geneva17/05/18

    In a chaotic world where a few have everything and the majority live in poverty, where there are well equipped armies that fire at random against civilians only protected by their courage, a world ravaged by disease, ignorance and hunger, Cuba has reaffirmed, as it has done in the past, its will to struggle for the protection of the funmdamental rights of all the citizens of the world, just as it has been doing for years within and outside its borders.

  • Storm winds blow from Paris and London against Donald Trump07/05/18

    President Donald Trump has delivered a controversial speech, one more, by the way, before a meeting of the National Rifle Association. In this speech he vouched to defend gun totting under cover of the Second Amendment to the US Constitution, but was very careless in using some examples that are earning him severe criticism from abroad.

  • Breathing until dead04/05/18

    It is not science fiction but a sad reality, breathing contaminated air kills not less than seven million people every year around the world.

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  • The United States- in war against the World03/05/18

    In one recent comment broadcast by Radio Havana Cuba, I said that the United States poses the main danger to peace in the world, given the huge number of offensive military bases it has deployed around the world, estimated from six hundred and eighty to eight hundred, many of them laden with nuclear weapons and the means to deliver them and to destroy any place selected by the Pentagon and the White House.

  • For many throughout the world, May Day was not a holiday02/05/18

    For many people around in the world, International Workers Day, that is the First of May, was not a cause for celebration, but rather for protests that in many countries were met with brutal police repression, with its resulting balance of wounded, arrested and even dead protesters.

  • Time for peace on the Korean peninsula30/04/18

    Even though some observe with caution the unfolding of recent events on the Korean peninsula, the truth is that recent events there give way to a relief of the tensions that placed the world on the brink of a destructive conflict.

  • Latin America: are the poor remaining poor?25/04/18

    Following some years of a discreet advance in the struggle against poverty and its most extreme expression, that is misery, both ills continue growing in Latin America and the Caribbean along with the so-called “conservative restoration”, imposed by the neoliberal models, based on privileges for a few and exclusion for the rest --meaning the vast majority of the population.

  • New legislature in Cuba reflects the advance of younger generations19/04/18

    Cuba is already enjoying a strengthened National Assembly of People's Power with new members that are supported by their advanced education and by merits earned through their work in favor of our society, as demanded by our country in face of economic challenges and by a complex international situation.

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  • USA, the world's biggest military threat12/04/18

    The President of the United States, Donald Trump, disclosed that he will not attend the eighth edition of the Summit of the Americas, in Lima, Peru, pretexting the need of his presence in Washington in connection with an alleged chemical weapons attack in Syria and other international affairs issues.

  • A mortgaged world!11/04/18

    As far back as August 5, 1985, the historic leader of the Cuban Revolution Fidel Castro warned that the foreign debt at the time could not be repaid, not only due to moral, legal or political reasons, but because it was simply unpayable due to its enormity.

  • Republicans are facing a black November10/04/18

    Less than seven months away are the so called mid term elections in the United States, when the Lower House of Congress will be totally renewed plus one third of the Senate seats, and already there are strong hints that the Republican Party might lose its lead in both houses of Congress, a possibility that is already worrying many members of that political group led by President Donald Trump.

  • Lula, a political hostage?09/04/18

    In a recent Radio Havana Cuba editorial comment devoted to the Skripal case, when I noted that the Western powers enforced sanctions on Russia without producing a single item of proof of their allegations, I recalled that in the West the principles of justice are often replaced by an overwhelming barrage of false news, supporting dark political and economic interests that enforce their will with brutal impunity.

  • Trade war threat by the United States09/04/18

    President Donald Trump's protectionist economic policies and his economic threats to China have placed both nations at the edge of a trade war, whose first shots have already been fired and could have unforeseeable but serious consequences to the relations between the two countries.

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  • Teachers rebel in the United States05/04/18

    In the world's richest nation, the United States, tens of thousands of teachers in several states have stopped work and took to the streets in protest over the lamentable conditions in which they are forced to discharge their duties, the very small salaries they receive and against plans to increase the restrictions in that vital sector.

  • Costa Rica has a New President04/04/18

    Against all probabilities and polls, the candidate for the Costa Rican National Action Party, Carlos Alvarado, got an overwhelming amount of votes in that Central American nation´s Presidential elections this past Sunday, and soundly defeated the up to then favorite candidate, the evangelical pastor Fabricio Alvarado.

  • Lula remains firm despite persecution against him03/04/18

    Former Brazilian President Luis Inacio Lula da Silva, known popularly in his country as Lula, has just finished a ten day tour through the southern area of that giant South American nation promising his followers to remain firm in his project of aspiring to a new period as Brazilian president, despite the intense judicial persecution unleashed against him by the current Brazilian administration.

  • Cuba congratulates re-elected Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro21/05/18

    Shortly after Venezuela's National Electoral Authority announced the results of the presidential elections in that country, Cuba's top authorities conveyed congratulatory messages to re-elected president Nicolas Maduro.

  • Cuban Foreign Minister meets UNESCO's Director General in Paris 18/05/18

    The Director General of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), Audrey Azoulay, received Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodríguez on Friday in Paris.

  • In Geneva, Cuba rejects manipulation of human rights issue17/05/18

    In Geneva, Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodríguez described as 'regrettable' that some countries continue manipulating the issue of human rights for political purposes, as a pretext to justify blockades and other unilateral coercive measures, this in clear reference to the United States.

  • Cuban foreign minister Bruno Rodriguez begins tour of Europe14/05/18

    Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodríguez began today a tour of Europe that will take him to several countries. Rodriguez is expected to participate in the first Joint Cuba-European Union Council, which will be held Tuesday in Brussels.

  • Cuba condemns US withdrawal from Iran nuclear deal 10/05/18

    The Cuban Ministry of Foreign Affairs has condemned the decision of the United States government to pull out from the Joint Comprehensive Action Plan (JCPOA) or Nuclear Agreement with Iran and to reinstate sanctions on this country.

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  • UN Secretary General holds talks with Cuban president Miguel Díaz-Canel08/05/18

    UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres addressed the opening session Tuesday of the 37th meeting of the Economic Commission of Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC), going on in Havana through Friday.

  • United Nations Secretary General arrives on official visit to Cuba07/05/18

    During his stay, the Secretary General of the United Nations, António Guterres, will hold official talks with Cuba's president Miguel Díaz-Canel Bermúdez, and participate in the inauguration ceremony for the 37th period of sessions of the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC).

  • United Nations Secretary General to visit Cuba 05/05/18

    The Secretary General of the United Nations, Antonio Guterres, will arrive in Havana on Monday to attend a high-level meeting of the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC).

  • Vice president of Namibia in Cuba for anniversary of Cassinga Massacre04/05/18

    The Vice President of the Republic of Namibia, Nangolo Mbumba is in Cuba to participate in functions marking the 40th Anniversary of the Cassinga Massacre.

  • Cuba to present report to UN Universal Periodic Review on human rights 03/05/18

    The progress experienced by Cuba over the last five years in the field of human rights will be submitted by the island to the UN Universal Periodic Review mechanism on May 16.

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  • Cuba's International Tourism Fair FitCuba 2018 gets underway02/05/18

    Cuba's showcase for new products in its booming tourism industry is running through Saturday in the keys north of Caibarien and other tourist sites in central Villa Clara province.

  • Cuba condemns violent actions to destabilize Nicaragua30/04/18

    Cuba condemned violent actions over the past days in Nicaragua, aimed at destabilizing the Central American nation. A statement issued by the Cuban Foreign Ministry (MINREX) also reaffirms Cuba's support for and solidarity with the Nicaraguan people and their constitutional President Daniel Ortega.

  • Radio Havana Cuba to hold on-line forum this Thursday25/04/18

    Radio Havana Cuba will be holding an on-line forum on Thursday, on the occasion of the station's 57th anniversary, being observed on the first of May.

  • Cuban President Miguel Díaz-Canel receives WHO and PAHO directors 24/04/18

    Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel has met in Havana with Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus and Carissa Etienne, directors of the World Health Organization (WHO), and the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO), respectively.

  • Evo Morales ratifies Bolivia's support for Cuba23/04/18

    The president of Bolivia, Evo Morales, ratified in Havana his country's support for and solidarity with Cuba, and pointed out that the Caribbean nation has done much in favor of humanity.

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  • Venezuelan president Nicolás Maduro fulfills busy agenda in Cuba21/04/18

    Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro is in Cuba, where he arrived Friday night to personally congratulate his Cuban counterpart Miguel Díaz-Canel. During his stay, the Bolivarian leader is holding talks with several Cuban officials, including Díaz-Canel. He paid tribute to Cuban National Hero José Martí at Havana's Revolution Square.

  • Congratulations continue pouring in on election of Miguel Díaz-Canel as Cuba's President20/04/18

    Congratulations continue pouring in on the election of Miguel Díaz-Canel as president of the Cuban Council of State and Ministers. Leaders from around the world have sent messages of support for the new Cuban leader and for the revolutionary process on the Caribbean state.

  • Miguel Díaz-Canel Bermúdez elected Cuba's New President 19/04/18

    Miguel Díaz-Canel Bermúdez was elected President of the Council of State of the Republic of Cuba, during Wednesday's second and final constitutive session of the IX Legislature of the National Assembly of People's Power or Cuban Parliament.

  • IX Legislature of Cuba's National Assembly installed18/04/18

    The 9th legislature of the National Assembly of People's Power or Cuban Parliament was installed Wednesday in a solemn session at Havana's Convention Center, with deputies, who were elected by the people on March 11th, taking the oath of office and assuming their five-year mandate.

  • President Raul Castro attends celebration in Special School12/04/18

    Cuban President Raúl Castro Ruz visited on Wednesday the Solidarity with Panama Special School on occasion of the 15th birthday party of 22 students born in the same month. The school, in Havana, is designed for pre-school to ninth grade children with physical and mobility impairment or intellectual disability.

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  • Cuban representatives attend Civil Society and Social Actors Forum in Lima11/04/18

    Representatives of Cuba's more than 2,000 NGOs participated Wednesday in the Forum of Civil Society and Social Actors, a pre-side event of the Summit of the Americas, whose main theme is “Democratic Governance against Corruption.”

  • At UNESCO, Cuba urges a war-free world 10/04/18

    At UNESCO, Cuba urged member states to unite toward ending wars, threats and the use of force, calling the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization a unique platform to promote world peace.

  • Cuba attends launching of Global Judicial Integrity Network in Geneva09/04/18

    A Cuban delegation participated Monday in the launching of the Global Judicial Integrity Network in Geneva, organized by the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC).

  • Cuba criticizes ruling against Lula by Brazilian supreme court 06/04/18

    The director general of the Latin American and Caribbean Desk of Cuba´s Foreign Ministry says the decision by the Brazilian Supreme Federal Court to deny the preventive Habeas Corpus requested by the defense of former president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva is a new expression of the long and unjust campaign against the founder of the Workers Party.

  • Cuba renews support for causes of Non-Aligned Movement05/04/18

    Cuba's deputy foreign minister, Abelardo Moreno, reiterated the island's support to the Non-Aligned Movement, advocated the group's unity, and warned about the current complex times for international security and peace.

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  • Cuba condemns Israeli aggression against Palestinians04/04/18

    Cuba has strongly denounced the recent repression by Israeli forces against Palestinians as they participated in the “Great March of Return” last Friday.

  • President Raul Castro receives Saudi foreign minister03/04/18

    Cuban president Raul Castro held talks Monday afternoon with His Excellency Mr. Adel Bin Ahmed Al Jubeir, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, who is on an official visit on the island.

  • RHC's Mailbag Show25/04/18

    In this program we not only acknowledge receipt of your reception reports and share your comments and suggestions with other listeners. We also answer your questions on the air.

  • RHC's Mailbag Show18/04/18

    In this program we not only acknowledge receipt of your reception reports and share your comments and suggestions with other listeners. We also answer your questions on the air.

  • RHC's Mailbag Show11/04/18

    In this program we not only acknowledge receipt of your reception reports and share your comments and suggestions with other listeners. We also answer your questions on the air.

  • RHC's Regular Program DXERS UNLIMITED, with Professor Arnaldo 'Arnie' Coro 08/05/18

    RHC's weekly feature dedicated to the fascinating world of radio communications.

  • RHC's Dxers Unlimited with Professor Arnaldo 'Arnie' Coro02/05/18

    RHC's segment dedicated to the fascinating world of radio communications.

  • RHC's Regular Program DXERS UNLIMITED, with Professor Arnaldo 'Arnie' Coro 24/04/18

    RHC's weekly feature dedicated to the fascinating world of radio communications.

  • RHC's Regular Program DXERS UNLIMITED, with Professor Arnaldo 'Arnie' Coro 18/04/18

    RHC's weekly feature dedicated to the fascinating world of radio communications.

  • RHC's Regular Program DXERS UNLIMITED, with Professor Arnaldo 'Arnie' Coro 10/04/18

    RHC's weekly feature dedicated to the fascinating world of radio communications.

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  • RHC's Regular Program DXERS UNLIMITED, with Professor Arnaldo 'Arnie' Coro09/04/18

    RHC's weekly feature dedicated to the fascinating world of radio communications.

  • RHC's Segment 'The Voice of José Martí'25/04/18

    Part One of our series focused largely on the War Diaries of Martí, ending with his death on May 17, 1895. In Part Two we are relating Martí’s observations and views on North American life.

  • RHC's Caribbean Outlook Show18/05/18

    At the recently held 37th period of sessions of the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) here in Havana, representatives from the regional body's 46 member countries and 16 associate states discussed ways to promote deeper Caribbean engagement with Latin America in pursuit of opportunities for growth and sustainable development. We now bring a collage of some of the ideas and views expressed by representatives of Caribbean members of ECLAC, regarding the challenges that lie ahead, as Latin America and the Caribbean strive to implement Agenda 2030 of the United Nations.

  • RHC's Caribbean Outlook Show04/05/18

    The Romerías de Mayo international festival kicked off this past Wednesday, May 2nd, in its traditional venue --the eastern Cuban city of Holguin.

  • RHC's Caribbean Outlook Show20/04/18

    Havana is hosting the XI Latin American Regional Congress on Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety. This Regional Congress of the International Radiation Protection Agency is organized by the Cuban Radiation Protection Society with full support from all radiation -related institutions and organizations in Cuba, as well as all of the Radiation Protection Societies of Latin American and the Caribbean countries.

  • RHC's Caribbean Outlook Show06/04/18

    Today, we bring a special edition of the Caribbean Outlook Show, featuring an interview conducted by Juan Jacomino with Rosa Meneses, grand daughter of Pedro Albizu Campos, the Puerto Rican attorney and politician, who was also a leading figure in the Puerto Rican independence movement.

  • RHC's segment on literature 'From the Bookshelf'05/04/18

    In our program today we are continuing an excerpted series of the book by James J. O’Kelly entitled Mambi Land and published by J. B. Lippincott and Company in 1874.

  • RHC's Scientific and Medical Report21/05/18

    Havana hosted an International conference on Health Psychology, organized by the Cuban Society of Health Psychology and the National Psychology Group of the Ministry of Public Health.

  • RHC's Scientific and Medical Report07/05/18

    The Havana-based ‘Pedro Kouri’ Institute of Tropical Medicine (IPK) is a leading public health institution -- a reference center in Cuba and throughout the Americas-- and one out of nine Cuban health institutions that maintain strong collaborative relations with similar institutions around the world, as well as the Pan American Health Organization/ World Health Organization (PAHO/WHO), particularly in the prevention and control of communicable diseases, the development of biomedical research and capacity training.

  • RHC's Scientific and Medical Report23/04/18

    Under the theme: “Universal healthcare for sustainable development”, the 3rd International Health Convention 2018, an event that began sessions Monday here in Havana, with the attendance of more than 2000 experts from 80 nations. Notable attendees include the director-general of the World Health Organization (WHO) Dr Tedros Adhanom, the Director of the Pan-American Health Organization (PAHO) Dr. Carissa F. Etienne, 44 health ministers and other senior health officials.

  • Friends of Latin America: promoting more just U.S. relationships with Latin America10/05/18

    Some of the participants in Cuba's May Day festivities last week are still on the island enjoying Cuba's traditional hospitality. Radio Havana Cuba was pleased to receive in its studios Leslie Salgado, from the U.S. state of Maryland, who talked about her solidarity activities and her organization, Friends of Latin America. Up next, we bring you the second part of Juan Jacomino's interview with Leslie Salgado.

  • RHC's Music Program 'From Havana' (Alain Pérez)07/04/18

    A weekly show dedicated to Cuban music lovers anywhere in the world. This latest edition features the music of popular Cuban singer Alain Pérez.



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