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More than 100 young writers from 11 Latin American and Caribbean countries agreed to meet in Havana.

More than 100 young writers from 11 Latin American and Caribbean countries agreed to meet in Havana to exchange opinions and pave the way for creating a regional communication network. Read More

Namibia granted the Order of Welwitschia to the leader of the Cuban Revolution, Fidel Castro Ruz.

For his support of Africa's liberation struggles, Namibia granted the Order of Welwitschia to the leader of the Cuban Revolution, Fidel Castro Ruz, during the inauguration of the new State House of the Government of this African nation. Read More

Another thought on the religion in Cuba

South Florida churches and synagogues are deepening contacts in Cuba, but quietly to avoid angering the Cuban government and some exiles. Read More

Cuban literacy method "Yes, I Can" it benefits the Ecuadorians

According to Granma news daily, it is the Amazonian territory of Pastaza, where nearly 97 people from the Tsuraku community received certificates last week. Read More

Cuba rejected criticism of China for its crackdown on recent riots in Tibet

Cuba on Saturday rejected criticism of China for its crackdown on recent riots in Tibet, which has led to calls for a possible boycott of this summer's Olympic Games in Beijing. Read More

US Treasury Department Fines Citigroup Bank for Violating Blockade against Cuba

According to Granma news daily, the sanction - a fine of 16.250 dollars - was imposed on Citigroup for not having a license to accept payments for goods sent through a Cuban company in 2004. Read More

Legendary Cuban musician Israel Lopez (Cachao), creator of the mambo, died on Saturday in Miami

Legendary Cuban musician Israel Lopez, known to the world as Cachao and credited with being one of the originators of the mambo musical style, died on Saturday in Miami, his spokesman announced. He was 89. Read More


Angola will celebrate on Saturday for the first time the anniversary of the 1988 battle of Cuito Cuanavale

Angola will celebrate on Saturday for the first time the anniversary of the 1988 battle of Cuito Cuanavale which changed the region's political landscape, accelerating the independence of Namibia and the fall of apartheid in South Africa. Read More

Luis Eduardo Aute, Spanish Artist Receives Cuban Culture Distinction in Havana

Spanish artist Luis Eduardo Aute and his wife, Maria del Carmen Rosado, received on Thursday in Havana the Cuban National Culture Distinction, the highest award granted by the Cuban Council of State in this field. Read More

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