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Republic of Cuba. Havana Year 17 Nro. 3824
Tuesday, September 30, 2014 Updated: 5:00 p.m. @ 959

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ReflectionS
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F Fidel

- Objective truths
  and dreams

FIVE HEROESFOR THE RELEASE OF THE FIVE


COMMUNICATE WITH THE FIVE HEROES
 
- More doctors for Brazil’s poor
"We won the trial"

Jurists meeting
  in Washington
  emphasize
  irregularities
  in the trial of
  the Cuban Five


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Raúl receives President of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea
Raúl receives President of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea
On September 29, Army General Raúl Castro Ruz, President of the Councils of Ministers and State received, the honorable Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo, President of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea, on an official visit to Cuba. In a friendly atmosphere the two dignitaries emphasized the fraternal links existent between...

Africa would be very different without the sacrifice of Cubans
For the President of the Zimbabwe African National Union – Patriotic Front (ZANU– PF), Simon Khaya Moyo, his country and Cuba share a common history and experience in regards to their struggles for independence.


Working towards universal health care in the Americas
Health ministers and other high-level officials meeting at the headquarters of the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) in Washington D.C this week for the 53rd Directing Council, urged the countries of the region to take collective action to increase access to quality health care, according to a statement from the PAHO.


Cuba to Send 300 More Medical Staff to Combat Ebola
Cuba already had the biggest foreign medical staff in West Africa to combat the virus, which has killed 3,000 people so far.
Cuba pledged 300 more doctors and nurses to battle the Ebola epidemic in West Africa on Friday. With a staff of over 460 Ebola specialists, Cuba will by far have the largest foreign medical team combating the disease in West Africa.


Project to protect marine ecosystems implemented
HAVANA.— In the coastal area of the southern provinces of Artemisa and Mayabeque a project for local development has been implemented, in order to protect marine ecosystems, primarily mangroves, which are seriously affected by climate change.


CUBA
President of Namibia visits Cuba
Raúl Castro holds official talks with President of Namibia
54th anniversary of the CDRs celebrated in Pinar del Rio


Our America
The Miranda Satellite: Toward technological sovereignty
Vulture Funds Pressing for Argentina to be Held in Contempt of Court
Correa: Ecuador’s Economy Most Robust in Latin America


INTERNATIONAL
Heberprot-P registered in Turkey
Cuban Hero Denounces Injustices in Case of Cuban Five
We live in a globalized world which moves toward multi-polarity


CULTURE
Leo Brouwer Chamber Music Festival underway
in Havana

Argentine Comic Strip 'Mafalda' Turns 50
The Cuban National Ballet in Germany and Honduras


SPORTS
Cuban Dominguez Wins First Game in European Chess Clubs Cup
Nothing to lose, everything to gain for Cuba
at Turkey 2014

Yuniesky Gurriel: Canada in a pocket


Assange Says South America Needs Internet Sovereignty
The WikiLeaks founder has told teleSUR the United States could take South America offline "if push comes to shove."
WikiLeaks  founder Julian Assange has described South America's plans to develop internet infrastructure bypassing the United States as a "very important project."


Students Prepare to Hold Huge Protests in Mexico
As thousands continue to fill the highways of Guerrero and the streets of Mexico City, the student protests are set to expand on October 2, as Mexico commemorates the 1968 massacre of students and civil rights campaigners.


“What has astonished me the most is the Comandante’s innovative idea of integrating, in one area, product research; development; implementation and commercialization,” stated Issoufou Mahamadou, President of the Republic of Niger, during his tour of the Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology Center (CIGB)Mahamadou, who praised the results achieved by the Center in various fields, and noted its importance to the healthcare...
 


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Various arrests in newFerguson protests
UN condemnation of the U.S. blockade against Cuba grows

Nine Cuban artists nominated for Latin Grammys
Marino Murillo, new Minister of Economy and Planning
Raúl Castro congratulates the Contemporary Dance of
Cuba on their 55th anniversary


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