Transport for London (TFL), the local government body that implements the transport strategy and manages transport services across London, has given a new image to the subway system in the British capital prior to the Olympic Games scheduled for
next summer there by changing the names of 361 stations after renowned Olympic athletes, including several Cubans. http://bit.ly/HrQw3V

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The vice president of the Federation of Students of the University of Chile, Camila Vallejo, will travel on Monday to Cuba to participate in the celebrations for the 50th anniversary of the Cuban Young Communist League (UJC) on April 4. http://bit.ly/HzukrW

“Situations which act as trigger factors for stress, or stressful vital events, are not positive or negative themselves. They relate to different aspects of human life and to each person’s way of evaluating and facing them.” http://bit.ly/HoTlCS

Reflections of Fidel: The Need to Enrich Our Knowledge http://bit.ly/H4SucH

Rene Gonzalez, one of the five anti-terrorist Cuban fighters unfairly given harsh prison sentences in the United States, arrived to Cuba on Friday on a family, private visit in the wake of authorization by a US judge to visit his gravely ill brother. http://bit.ly/H7KhG4

MEDICC’s International Director Gail Reed offered insights into Cuban health care on MSNBC’s Andrea Mitchell Reports. Mitchell, NBC News Chief Foreign Affairs Correspondent, interviewed Reed on the evolution of Cuba’s universal health care system. The show is part of MSNBC’s live coverage from Havana during the papal visit, coinciding with US Supreme Court Hearings on the Affordable Health
Care Act. A segment featuring US medical student enrolled at Cuba’s Latin American Medical School preceded the interview. http://bit.ly/Ho2Y5j

MEDICC’s International Director Gail Reed offered insights
into Cuban health care on MSNBC’s Andrea Mitchell Reports. Mitchell, NBC News Chief
Foreign Affairs Correspondent, interviewed Reed on the evolution of Cuba’s universal
health care system. The show is part of MSNBC’s live coverage from Havana during
the papal visit, coinciding with US Supreme Court Hearings on the Affordable Health
Care Act.
A segment featuring US medical student enrolled at Cuba’s Latin American Medical
School preceded the interview. http://bit.ly/Ho2Y5j