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World Baseball Classic is drawing player interest

More than 600 players have asked to play in the second World Baseball Classic, which will be held in March in nine cities and four countries. Read More

Meeting Dedicated to Cuban Five to Be Held in Miami

The organizations that make up the Alianza Martiana (Marti Alliance) based in Miami, has made a call for a meeting dedicated to the five Cuban anti-terrorist fighters who have been imprisoned in US jails since 1998, that will take place in that American city. Read More

Graphic Designers from Cuba and the United States in a Joint Project

Design in music is the theme that this time summons graphic designers from the United States and Cuba who are participating in the project Sharing Dreams / Compartiendo sueños. For the fifth time they gather together in Havana to exhibit a sample of 18 posters in the Majadahonda Hall of the Centro Pablo de la Torriente Brau, one of the main sponsors. Read More

The book “Project Censored 2009” to be Launched in Havana

The book “Project Censored 2009”, compiling important news stories censored by the US mainstream media over the past two years, will be launched next Monday at Havana’s Jose Marti International Journalism Institute.  Read More

Cuban and American Graphic Artists Share Dreams

Challenging the policies dictated in Washington, they have exchanged ideas and fomented the ties of friendship for five years Read More

President of the Havana Festival Cinema invites US filmmakers to talk at the Havana festival

Alfredo Guevara, President of the Havana Festival of the New Latin American Cinema, called US filmmakers and intellectuals to dialogue with their Latin colleagues in the coming event that will beheld from the 2nd until the 12th of December. Read More

Antonio Guerrero and US photographer Bill Hackwell exhibit in Guantánamo

Sponsored by the Cuban Young Communist League, the exhibit is a joint project by Cuban Five member Antonio Guerrero and US photographer Bill Hackwell. It consists of 74 drawings and photos Read More

Cuba trade worth $32 million to US farmers in Virginia

Trade between Cuba and farmers in the US state of Virginia, has grown from less than $1 million to more than $32 million in just six years. Read More

Chinese President Hu Jintao to visit Washington and Cuba

Chinese President Hu Jintao will attend the G-20 summit of government leaders in Washington later this month, to discuss tackling the world financial crisis, before heading south to visit U.S. ideological foe Cuba. Read More

World reaction to Obama victory: From jubilation to trepidation

Prime Minster Stephen Harper said Wednesday he looked forward to meeting with U.S. president-elect Barack Obama to "strengthen the special bond" that exists between Canada and the U.S. Read More

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