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'Golden Jaguars' in must-win situation against Cuba today

Digicel's Man-of-the- Match, Guyana's Nigel Codrington, who scored a hat-trick in the game against Guadeloupe, is a virtual one-man army as he takes on three Guadeloupe players. Read More

Cuba defeat St Vincent and the Grenadines 3-0

Cuba picked up their first win in the finals of the Digicel Caribbean Cup with a deserved win over tricky opponents St Vincent and the Grenadines. As with Guyana in the preceding match before them, Cuba had to win this game if they had any chance of staying in this years Digicel Caribbean Cup finals. They showed why they are the number one ranked side in the CFU rankings when they started brightly and took the game to SVG. Read More

Haitian author honored in Cuba

Haitian author Laennec Hurbon was given a special award by Cubas Fernando Ortiz Foundation for his research into Haitian ethnography, functions of the Haitian state and his countrys policies. Read More

Cuba lowest Latin American infant mortality

Cuba registered the lowest infant mortality rate in Latin America with 5.3 deaths for every 1000 live births in 2006, only surpassed on the continent by Canada, local dailies revealed on Wednesday. Read More

Haiti's leader: cancer has not returned

Haitian President Rene Preval said Friday after undergoing tests in Cuba that his prostate cancer has not returned. Preval, 63, said he would go back to see his Cuban doctors on March 18, but that the health of his prostate was "under control." Read More

Haiti's president returns from medical treatment in Cuba, says health is fine

Haitian President Rene Preval returned to the country Friday from Cuba, where he said doctors told him he did not have prostate cancer. Haitian National Television broadcast images of Preval's arrival at the airport greeting the prime minister, Cabinet members and the police chief as he stepped out of a Cuban jet. Read More

Cubas Zulia Calatayud top Latin American female athlete

Cuban runner Zulia Calatyud and Venezuelan pitcher Johan Santana were named the top individual Latin American and Caribbean athletes of 2006 in an annual survey conducted by Prensa Latina. The Brazilan mens volleyball team was recognized as the top collective effort. Read More

Venez, Cuba, Brazil win sports poll

Venezuelan Johan Santana, Cuban Zulia Calatayud and Brazilian volleyball players won Prensa Latinas survey on the best Latin American and Caribbean sportspeople in 2006. The US pitcher Santana, Jamaican sprinter Asafa Powell and Brazilian soccer player Ronaldinho Gaucho won first prizes of this annual survey. Read More

Haydée Milanés in Puerto Rico

Young Cuban singer Haydée Milanés to perform in several recitals this December in Puerto Rico, where she arrived after her performances in New York, also accompanied by her new CD, whose sleeve only carries her name, Haydée, and in which she sings works by the also Cuban instrumentalist Descemer Bueno Read More

David Price succumbs in Cuba at 55

Belize has lost one of its most stalwart and indomitable servants - Mr. David Price, who passed away in a public hospital in Cuba early Wednesday, December 13, 2006. While the cause of his death has not yet been reported to us, relatives say that he most likely died from complications of his diabetic condition. A death certificate is still pending. Read More

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