Cuban scientists are congratulated for Science Day.

Cuban President Miguel Díaz-Canel today congratulated the island's scientists on the occasion of Science Day in the Caribbean nation.

Through his account on the social network X, the head of state recognized the merits of Cuban science, which has earned a place of honor in society with its research and decisive results for the development of the country and the defeat of the blockade imposed by the United States.

Cascading request to Biden: Remove Cuba from terrorist list.

If there is one thing that eight U.S. congressmen who urged President Joe Biden to remove Cuba from the arbitrary list of sponsors of terrorism agree on today, it is that the measure lacks any merit.

The most recent request in the last two weeks occurred the day before when Tennessee House of Representatives member Steve Cohen sent a letter to the president recommending him to initiate the process to review and reverse the inclusion of Cuba in the so-called State Sponsors of Terrorism (SSOT) list.

Cuba prioritizes job creation and youth protection.

Cuba today gives high priority to the development of actions to promote employment and care for young people who study or work and live in families in vulnerable conditions.

According to the Minister of Labor and Social Security, Marta Elena Feitó, these efforts are part of the Policy for the Integral Attention of Children, Adolescents and Youth in Cuba, approved last July in the National Assembly of People's Power.

Science Day for the South, a milestone for developing countries.

The proclamation of September 16 as International Science, Technology and Innovation Day for the South today represents an important step for developing nations and the premise of leaving no one behind.

The new date, adopted Tuesday by the United Nations General Assembly, highlights the key role of scientific and technical advances in economic growth and sustainable development.