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Cuban films in Venezuela

The Cinemateca Nacional of Venezuela will celebrate the 48th anniversary of the Cuban Revolution with a showing of 21 feature films and dozens of animated shorts from the island and a premiere of the Argentine documentary Blockade: The War Against Cuba. Read More

College's Cuba program advances

Some Burlington College students could be heading to Cuba as early as next year as part of a new semester abroad program. Read More

Cuban architecture firm working in 20 countries

Architectural and Engineering Projects (EMPROY-2) is a Cuban firm that in recent years has provided services in 20 nations on four continents, reported the Cuban News Agency. Read More

Folk Canarias fills up Firgas of Guaracha, Guajira and Son Montuno

Folk Canarias dedicated one of the music days to the brotherly island of Cuba. Brought over by the people from the island from the other side of the Atlantic, the son from the Caribbean island are reflected in the festival by the Jóvenes Soneros, a group that reflects the experiences and the closeness to Cuban popular culture made through the time of the migration of the people from the Canary Islands 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

Warriors get opportunity to play in Cuba

The Warriors will be paired with a local club team with whom they will practise and scrimmage in a gymnasium without lights. So that means the teams can only play while the sun shines. The Cubans might be modest people with humble surroundings, but that doesn't mean they don't take their basketball seriously. Read More

Russia banks syndicate $203 mln aircraft loan for Cuba

A syndicate of Russian banks and Cuba's Àviaimport S.À. have signed a $203.4 million credit agreement, Russia's state-controlled foreign trade bank Vneshtorgbank said Friday. The credit is for 12 years and will be used to buy Russian Il-96-300 and Tu-204 passenger planes, said VTB, which is the credit organizer. Read More

Chile, Cuba to sign film accord

The Film Co-production Agreement signed between Chile and Cuba, during the 28th New Latin American Film Festival in Havana, one of the most important such events in the region, will enhance cooperation in this field. Read More

Pupi y los que Son Son, wide tour in Europe

Pupi y los que Son Son, belonging to the artist catalog of Clave Cubana Agency from ARTEX.S.A, is readying important presentations at party salons and discotheques in Europe. Read More

U.S. Rep. wants investigation into Office of Cuban Broadcasting

Rep. William Delahunt has called for a congressional investigation into the U.S. Office of Cuban Broadcasting, following its decision to air anti-Castro programming aimed at Cuban audiences on local Spanish-language TV and radio stations. Read More

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