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Army General Raul Castro, President of the councils fo State and Ministers, met on Wednesday with Rodolfo Nin Novoa, Minister of Foreign Affairs (FM) of the Eastern Republic of Uruguay, who is on an official visit to Cuba.
In a cordial atmosphere, the two parties highlighted the excellent state of bilateral relations and ratified their willingness to continue working on the implementation of the Bi-national Program, agreed during Raul’s visit in March to that nation of the Southern Cone. Likewise, they spoke about other topics on the regional and international agendas.

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The foreign ministers of Brazil, Mauro Viera, and of Uruguay, Rodolfo Nin Novoa, are visiting Cuba on Wednesday to consider opportunities to further expand economic collaboration relations with the island.

Brazil´s Mauro Viera will meet with foreign minister Bruno Rodriguez and Foreign Trade and Investment Minister Rodrigo Malmierca on issues related to bilateral collaboration and the setting up of the Brazil-Cuba Chamber of Commerce, according to sources with the Presidency of Brazil, cited by PL news agency.

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Cuban President Raul Castro met on Tuesday evening with Peter Maurer, president of the International Committee of the Red Cross, who is on a working visit to Cuba.
During the meeting, Raul Castro and Peter Maurer addressed the good state of relations between Cuba and the international institution and other issues of bilateral interest in the humanitarian field, Granma newspaper reported on Wednesday.

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A meeting of the foreign ministers of the Central American Integration System (SICA) plus Cuba, Mexico, Ecuador and Colombia unanimously rejected the US´s 1966 Cuban Adjustment Act and other related policies that encourage illegal departures of Cubans to the United States.

The regional organization´s extraordinary session, held Tuesday in El Salvador, was aimed at finding solution to the situation of nearly 3000 Cubans stranded in Costa Rica in their attempt to reach US territory.

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The Cuba-Viet Nam Cooperation Project, aimed at increasing rice production and replacing imports, benefits 1,200 producers in the province of Mayabeque.

These actions began in 2011 and have two subprograms for the production and consumption of the grain and the obtaining of seeds.

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Cuba now has 50 wi-fi hotspots26 Nov 2015 15:34 - Cuban RadioCuba now has 50 wi-fi hotspots

The Telecommunications Company of Cuba, ETECSA S.A by its Spanish acronym, opened from Tuesday another four WIFI areas for wireless Internet access, located in parks and urban areas of public high influx, Granma newspaper says.

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Cuba countdown for film festival24 Nov 2015 22:35 - Ana Laura Olivera and Maria Salome CampanioniCuba countdown for film festival

This year we will refer to a new era, the digital cinema, so all our efforts are aimed at providing better conditions in showrooms, according to the demands of cinema that today is done in our countries, said Ivan Giroud , director of the New Latin American Film Festival, at a press conference at the Hotel Nacional de Cuba.

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Che and the voluntary work23 Nov 2015 10:04 - Alfonso Ruiz CadalzoChe and the voluntary work

The 22 November 1959 was a Sunday; this year, too. Good match to remember that 56 years ago Ernesto Che Guevara starred in the first day of voluntary work in Cuba. That happened in the School City "Camilo Cienfuegos" in Caney de las Mercedes, in the center of the Sierra Maestra.

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Cuban musicians bring home Latin Grammys22 Nov 2015 07:37 - Cuban RadioCuban musicians bring home Latin Grammys

The Septeto Santiaguero won its first Latin Grammy last night, November 19, in the category of Best Traditional Tropical Album for its CD No quiero llanto. Tributo a Los Compadres, recorded with Dominican José Alberto, “El Canario.”

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Cubans Left Stranded in Costa Rica Spark Regional Concern21 Nov 2015 07:19 - Granma NewspaperCubans Left Stranded in Costa Rica Spark Regional Concern

An article published on Granma newspaper this Friday, entitled "The Odyssey for the American Dream" addressed the situation of nearly 2000 Cubans left stranded in Costa Rica, which have raised concern of countries of the region, currently trying to come up with a solution to the case.

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