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Antigua and Barbuda youth minister in Cuba

The Minister for Youth and Sports of Antigua and Barbuda is visiting Cuba with the purpose of strengthening the exchange between the two countries in those areas. On arriving in the island, Winston Williams told the Cuban press about the interest of his country in receiving assistance from Cuban sports experts in the areas of sports medicine, the fight against doping, athletics, volleyball, tennis, cycling and physical education. Read More

Cuba continues purchasing agricultural products from U.S.

Nearly $1.5 billion in exports later, diplomatic relations between Cuba and the United States are still icy, but farm diplomacy is moving on its own track as state trade officials, farmers, ranchers and food traders flock to Cuba to sign deals with Cuba's food import firm Alimport. Read More

Cuba still the top football team in the Caribbean

Cuba, currently chasing their first regional title in the Digicel Cup, have retained the No.1 spot in the Caribbean Football Union (CFU) rankings. In the January FIFA Coca Cola rankings released this week, the Cubans slipped two spots on the world list down to No.48, but they remain clear of their nearest CFU rivals Jamaica, who remained steady at 57th. Read More

Charanga de Oro in Mexico

About thousand persons in Mexico danced, sang and clapped with the international musical rhythm of Charanga de Oro, during the traditional Dancing Marathon that took place at the main streets of the historical center of this country. Read More

Uruguay and its New Cinema in Cuba

The Charles Chaplin theatre, headquarters of the Cinema Library of Cuba, will host the first Exhibition of the New Uruguayan Cinema from January 22nd to 31st, a chance for the public to tread into the contemporary look of that movie culture. This program will aslo commemorate the 55th anniversary of the creation of the Cinema Library of Montevideo and nearly a dozen of fiction and documentary films will be presented to Cuban movie lovers, an example of the most recent filmography in that country. Read More

Sting hones his salsa technique on a visit to Cuba

When Sting arrives back home from his trip to Cuba, he will have some passionate new Latin moves under his belt, thanks to some expert tuition in Havana. The yoga aficionado has been swatting up on his dancing since arriving in the Cuban capital on Wednesday. Read More

Timor Leste med students to Cuba

Timor Leste First Deputy Minister Rui Maria de Araujo saw off in this capital Friday 100 of 200 new students from this small Asian country to study medicine in Cuba. This group will join 500 students who are already preparing on the island as future physicians, which is also developing in this country a humanitarian aid program with a health professional brigade. Read More

Cuban culture to Canada

When Alina Orraca listened to 7 Canadian choirs singing a version of the internationally popular Cuban dance song El bodeguero by Richard Egües in the University of Lethbridge, she realized too much effort and work excelled in that distant land were not in vain. Read More

'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

Prominent english Violinist Recognizes Quality of Cuban Musicians

Walter Reiter talked about his desire to creating an orchestra of Baroque music in Cuba. English conductor and violinist Walter Reiter, a leading figure with the Symphony of Harmony and Invention Group, highlighted the quality of Cuban musicians - particularly those studying in conservatoires. Read More

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