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Archivo de August, 2019

9 August, 2019 Bolivia Denounces US Attempts to Punish Cuban People

The economic, commercial and financial blockade imposed by the United States against Cuba for more than half a century, as well as the Helms-Burton Act, are measures that attempt to punish the Cuban government and people.

9 August, 2019 Tightened US Sanctions against Cuba Reflect Obsession, Hate

Nicholas Wolpe, Chief Executive of Liliesleaf, a heritage site honoring the South African struggle against apartheid, noted on Thursday that the tightening of US sanctions against Cuba reflects the shift to the right in Washington.

9 August, 2019 Iranian Embassy in Cuba Celebrates 40 Years of Relations

The Embassy of the Islamic Republic of Iran in Cuba celebrated on Thursday 40 years of the establishment of diplomatic relations between the two countries, describing the island as a friend and sister nation.

9 August, 2019 More Nicaraguans benefit from Operation Miracle in 2019

The number of Nicaraguans benefiting from Operation Miracle in the first half of the current year surpassed the number operated on in the same period of 2018 by 14percent, a report from the Ministry of Health (Minsa) stressed on Thursday.

9 August, 2019 Cuba Works to Boost Tourism

Immersed in improving the supply and quality of its services, the Cuban tourism sector is working on a comprehensive plan to also increase its hotel infrastructure, amid growing hostility from the United States.

8 August, 2019 Cuban-Canadian Film in Cinemas all over Cuba

The Cuban-Canadian film ”Un traductor” (The Translator) is being screened from this Wednesday at cinemas across the country as part of the Summer Film Festival program running through September 1.

8 August, 2019 US Continues Attacks on Cuban Medical Missions

United States is currently offering up to 3 million dollars to organizations that investigate Cuban medical missions, in a new attack against one of the most important solidarity programs of the Caribbean country.