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The Canadian child with flu A H1N1 isolated in Cuba was dismissed from hospital

Cuba has dismissed the four patients treated for A(H1N1) flu while it keeps the warning operational because of the threat that disease poses for the country<br /> Read More

Cuban Guillermo Rigondeaux, who defected from Cuba in February wins pro debut

Two-time Olympic gold medalist Guillermo Rigondeaux won his pro debut with a <br /> third-round TKO over Juan Noriega in Miami. Read More

Investments of the United States in Cuba?

Investors in high risk assets are setting their sights on Cuban securities now more than ever given the cheap prices and the overtures made by the U.S. government toward the island. Read More

The white House has requested Cuba to renew the conversations on the immigration suspended in 2003

President Barack Obama speaks at the National Archives in Washington, D.C. Obama made his case on the closing of Guantanamo Bay detention facility after the Senate and the House have both voted no to grant his request. Read More

In Cienfuegos, Cuba, Open´s Canadian Art Exhibition

The art exhibition opened at the local headquarters of the Cuban Union of Writers and Artists (UNEAC) and includes pieces by prestigious Canadian artists such as Hers Jacob, Jeffery B. Childs, Cameron Tomsett, Simon Andrew, Noel Bullock and Otis Tamasauskas. Read More

"A Restorer of Dreams", Cuban Anthological Album, Compete in Latin Grammy Awards 2010

The music project ˜Un restaurador de sueños (A Restorer of Dreams), dedicated to late Cuban singer Antonio Machin, which received an International Award during the 13th Cubadisco Music Festival that is underway in Havana, will compete in the 2010 edition of the Latin Grammy Awards<br /> Read More

Cuba graduates the first Mexican student in Sclera-Therapy

He is a Doctor in Pediatric and Podiatry Surgery (medicine and surgery on diabetic feet and ankle). He is graduated in Clinical Nutrition and Obesity. Read More

PAHO official praised Cuba for efficienciy in collection of blood donations

Mario Pichardo, a consultant on systems and services of the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO), praised Cuba for its efficiency regarding the collection of blood donations Read More

The fourth case of swine flu in Cuba, a 14-month-old Canadian child who arrived from Toronto

A 14-MONTH-OLD Canadian child who arrived in Cuba from Toronto with his parents became the fourth case of swine flu on the island nation, in addition to three Mexican students, the Health Ministry said. Read More

Cuba and charter flights

The crowd of Cuban-Americans pressing against the airport ticket counter scorned those on the other side. Only a handful of American charter companies have landing rights in Cuba, and with the new White House policy letting Cuban-Americans visit relatives there as often as they want, ticket prices have become political. Read More

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