The Havana Reporter No.16

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Arts Museum Hosts Olympic Games Exhibition

Published on: Culture
Arts Museum Hosts Olympic Games Exhibition

To coincide with the Rio 2016 Olympic Games that opened on August 5 last, the National Museum of Fine Arts is hosting the “Mens sana in corpore sano. Deporte en la antigüedad” exhibition this summer.

Cuba For Indoor Football World Cup Finals

Published on: Sports
Cuba For Indoor Football World Cup Finals

The Cuban team will add to the atmosphere of the VIII Indoor Football World Cup Finals Colombia-2016, scheduled to run from September 10 to October 1 next. This will be their fifth time to participate in the event first held in Holland in 1989.

Deserved Olympic Glory for Moreno

Published on: Sports
Deserved Olympic Glory for Moreno

The charismatic Cuban athlete, retired hammer-thrower Yipsi Moreno, is to be awarded the Beijing 2008 Olympic title -- a deserved reward for an outstanding career – following the disqualification for doping of the Belarusian champion, Aksana Miankova.

Electronic Waves By the Beach

Published on: Culture
Electronic Waves By the Beach

The coastline of Santa Cruz del Norte, in the Cuban province of Mayabeque, played host to the sixth edition of Cuba’s largest electronic music festival, under the tiltle of “VeranoenJibacoa” (Summer in Jibacoa).

Cuba and U.S. Sign Agreement on Drug Trafficking

Published on: Cuba
Cuba and U.S. Sign Agreement on Drug Trafficking

Cuba and the United States agreed in Havana to cooperate on the confrontation of illegal drug trafficking, in the context of the third technical meeting between Cuban and U.S. entities on the fight against narcotics – an agreement to be applied and fulfilled within a legal framework.

Havana’s Monuments

Published on: Cuba
Havana’s Monuments

The unique charm of the city of Havana, founded in November 1519, is due in no small part to its many monuments, most of which are associated with personalities and events.

Cuba Prepared for Possible Radioactive Events

Published on: Health & Medicine
Cuba Prepared for Possible Radioactive Events

Following a massive accident caused by an earthquake and subsequent tsunami at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Plant of Japan on March 11, 2011, the Cuban government adopted a number of measures to confront and manage the possible consequences of a similar situation on the island.

Six Months of Morales Government In Guatemala

Published on: Politics
Six Months of Morales Government In Guatemala

Six months after coming to power, the Jimmy Morales government shows signs of declining authority and is proving the theory that this political „outsider“ never had a serious plan for Guatemala.

Integral Early Education Defecit In Latin American

Published on: Cuba
Integral Early Education Defecit In Latin American

International experts who met in Cuba highlighted that, even though illiteracy has been eradicated in many countries in the region, a sustained effort is required in Latin America and the Caribbean to develop a comprehensive and diverse system of education.