In the editorial entitled "Torture and Its Psychological Aftermath," published October 21, U.S. newspaper The New York Times asks if any government official will be held accountable for the harm caused to tortured prisoners of war, above all those incarcerated in the Naval Base which illegally occupies a piece of sovereign territory in Guantánamo, Cuba.
A Cuban who for nearly 15 years remained incarcerated in the U.S. is asking that people write letters of support to a Puerto Rican woman imprisoned in the U.S. for protecting Cuba from Washington's policies of aggression.
Cuba and the United States signed on Thursday a historic memo of understanding to cooperate in Cancer control.
The acquisition of sports equipment and uniforms for athletes at high prices in third countries is among the damages suffered by Cuban sport because of the US blockade.
The 2nd Course on confronting phenomena of natural and technological origin to the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) will end today in this city.