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In Havana: University Chess Championship Opens

With the participation of 24 collectives from five Latin American countries, the 10th Chess Championship ¨AJEDUNI 2008¨ will kick off on Tuesday in this capital city. The event will also include lectures by the president of the Venezuelan Chess Federation Uvencio Blanco. Read More

Guatemalan Vice President praised the work of the Cuban health personnel in this Central American nation.

Guatemalan Vice President Rafael Espada praised this weekend the work of the Cuban health personnel that currently make their contribution in this Central American nation. Read More

Cuba Participates in International Tourism Fair in Russia

Specialists from the Cuban tourism companies Cubanacan, Cubamar, Gaviota, Sol y Son, and from the islands Tourism Ministry (MINTUR) are participating in the International Fair on Tourism and Travel (Intorurmarket) that began on Saturday and concludes on Tuesday in Moscow. Read More

In October Southern Africa Associations to Visit Cuba

Various philanthropic associations from southern African countries, including four of Angola, were invited to attend the celebrations of the 50th anniversary of the victory of Cuban revolution, scheduled for 05-19 October 2008, in Havana (Cuba). Read More

New six-disc boxed set by the Cuban bandleader and guitarist Arsenio Rodríguez

"El Alma de Cuba" (Tumbao) This new six-disc boxed set by the Cuban bandleader and guitarist Arsenio Rodríguez, is a G.T.O.: a Great Thing, Objectively. Read More

Loses Cuba Game Against Panama

Edwin Aguilar scored two goals and Panama defeated Cuba 4-1 here Saturday in a CONCACAF Group A Olympic qualifying match, ensuring the United States would advance to a semi-final match. Read More

Good Cuban music for the Cubas Caribe Girls in Venezuela

Good Cuban music easily establishes communication with diverse audiences but the performance of the Caribe Girls at a ceremony for International Womens Day in Caracas went beyond all expectations. Read More

Extraction of Cuban oil in the sea would affect in a future the South Florida

Imagine oil rigs drilling in deep waters just 45 miles off the coast of . Refineries process the oil in Cuba and sell it across the Caribbean and beyond. Canadian and Mexican companies supply billions of dollars in equipment and services. Read More

Austria supports Cuba in its fight

The president of the Association of Friendship Austria-Cuba Hans Mikosch affirmed that practicing solidarity means fighting the blockade imposed by US on Cuba for almost half a century. Read More

President of Cuba, Raúl Castro, Gave his Regards to the Mexican Counterpart.

The president of Cuba, Raúl Castro, gave his regards to the Mexican counterpart, Felipe Calderón, through Patricia Espinosa, Minister of Foreign Affairs of that country. Read More

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