HAVANA. Top artists from Cuba and around the world will come together in Havana for the 6th Leo Brouwer Festival of Chamber Music which will be a farewell to enjoy starting September 27.
- By: Damian Estrada - Published on: No.16, 2014 - Under: Culture -
- By: Mario Esquivel - Published on: No.16, 2014 - Under: International -
CARACAS._ Venezuelan authorities are engaged in an economic campaign to fight the damage caused by smuggling, one of the principal disruptive tactics of both the internal and foreign extreme rightwing.
- By: Martha Cabrales - Published on: No.16, 2014 - Under: Cuba -
SANTIAGO DE CUBA._ Since July 25 men and women here have been busily preparing to celebrate on that same date next year the 500th anniversary of the foundation of their city, the seventh village established by the Spaniards on the Island.
- By: Cira Rodríguez - Published on: No.16, 2014 - Under: Economy -
HAVANA._ Investor capital will have full access to the services that Cuban financial institutions offer under the terms of the Foreign Investment Law, in effect since June 28, 2014, but only by complying with relevant regulatory structures.
- By: Leovani García - Published on: No.16, 2014 - Under: International -
BRASILIA.- The general elections set for October 5 in Brazil will be recorded as the costliest ever in the country’s history, because the expenses predicted by the 25,000 candidates would be enough to celebrate almost three Soccer World Cups.
- By: Roberto García - Published on: No.16, 2014 - Under: Politics -
HAVANA._ Most of the U.S. media use the term “embargo” to refer to the economic, commercial, and financial blockade the United States has kept against Cuba for more than 50 years.
- By: Yolaidy Martínez - Published on: No.16, 2014 - Under: Health and Science -
La Paz._ Bolivia is moving ahead with its goal to incorporate new information and communication technology into learning processes by providing students with domestically manufactured Quipus computers.