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Russian Navy Training Ship Arrives in Havana

The Russian Navy’s Kruzenshtern training ship arrived on Friday in Havana, as part of activities organized by Russia to celebrate the 50th anniversary of diplomatic ties between Cuba and Russia and the 64th anniversary of the victory over fascism. Read More

Fidel praises Raúl's defense of the system

Fidel Castro applauded his brother Raúl's defense of Cuba's communist system in an article published Friday in the Cubadebate.com website. Read More

Silvio Rodriguez to Open Cuba’s Concert for the Homeland

Cuban singer songwriter Silvio Rodriguez will open the Concert for the Homeland to be staged at the Anti-imperialist Square in Havana on Saturday. Read More

Russian Sailing Ship Krusenshtern to arrive on Friday

The Russian sailing vessel Krusenshtern will arrive in Havana on Friday, April 9, a few weeks after it departed from Kaliningrad last month for a transatlantic tour carrying photo exhibitions on board. Read More

Vilma Espín’s Life and Work at Memorial in Santiago de Cuba

The Memorial is dedicated to the life and work of the Sierra Maestra Heroine Vilma Espín Guillois. It opens Wednesday on the occasion of the 80th anniversary of her birth. Read More

US family finds traces of slave-trade past in Cuba

James DeWolf Perry VI's great-great-great-great-great-grandfather used African slaves to grow coffee on this rocky hillside outside Havana,Madruga town  and to him its thorny weeds and small sugar plots feel haunted. Read More


Tampa en Martí will include tobacco leaves from Robaina tobacco plantation

The book Tampa en Martí which will come to light soon under the Vigía publishing house, from Matanzas, will include in its design tobacco leaves from the Alejandro Robaina tobacco plantation, the best tobacco producer in Cuba, says AIN. Read More

SELA Members Urges End of Blockade on Cuba

The 27 member countries of the Latin American Economic System (SELA) ratified this week in Venezuela the need to end the economic, trade and financial blockade that the United States has imposed on Cuba for almost 50 years. Read More

A reminiscence of a Cuban excursion

Freshmen in the FOCUS class Stranger than Paradise: Cuban Experiences of Revolution explored Cuba during spring break. Read More

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