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Carlos and their unreal movements

There is, without fail, a collective intake of breath when Carlos Acosta leaps on stage. Audiences can't quite believe their eyes as the Cuban ballet dancer spins three or four, or is it five times, before six or seven split jumps followed by an impeccable landing in a perfect lunge. Read More

Graduated in Camagüey, Cuba, Sixty five pilots includes 20 women

Graduates are going to work for the Cuban Aviation Enterprise and Aero Caribbean, since none of them have faced before accidents or risks linked to their professional capacity; said Alejandro Ballesteros, head of the institution, to the AIN. Read More

11,200 University Students in Computer Science Education a Priority for the Cuban Government

The towns of Artemisa and Manzanillo and Moron are the three municipalities that are welcoming the 972 youths who are currently enrolled in this new effort.The towns of Artemisa and Manzanillo and Moron are the three municipalities that are welcoming the 972 youths who are currently enrolled in this new effort. Read More

Spanish foundation interested in the Cuban method named Yo sí puedo (Yes I can)

The Cuban method named Yo sí puedo (Yes I can) to teach how to read and write turned out to be interesting for the Campus de Comillas Foundation, stated a source from that Spanish institution. Read More

Cuban National Symphonic Orchestra to perform in Angola

The Cuban National Symphonic Orchestra (OSN, after its initials in Spanish) will perfom at the Talatona Convention Centre of the capital in a program that includes the presentation of a work created by the Engolan singer and composer Mario Gama. Read More

Cuba Vice President Carlos Lage termed as deeply revolutionary the documents of the 7th Congress of the UNEAC

Cuba Vice President Carlos Lage termed as deeply revolutionary the documents of the 7th Congress of the National Cuban Writers and Artists Union (UNEAC), being held in Havana. Read More

Havana 's International Institute of Journalism develops a training course in Las Tunas

The Architecture of the Information as vital element to be published in Internet, was the main topic during the first day of the fifth training course on Digital Journalism, undeway in this eastern province of Las Tunas, whose womb began in the José Martí International Institute of Journalism, of Havana, last January. Read More

Cuba plans 24-hour television channel in the first half of this year with foreign content

Cuba now has five state-run channels, one of which, Cubavision International, can only be seen over cable television. At the beginning of the year, it became Cuba's first channel to broadcast 24 hours a day. Read More

Cuban Institute of Radio and Television made the announcement to open TV channel with foreign content.

The move to provide more foreign content on Cuban TV comes at a time when Cuba's new president, Raul Castro, has begun lifting what he has called "excessive prohibitions" in the country. Cuba's state-run television broadcaster says it plans to launch a 24-hour channel with mostly foreign content in a move to provide Cuban audiences with more variety. Read More

CUBA is to extend services provided by its medical personnel to 81 countries during the year

CUBA is to extend services provided by its medical personnel to 81 countries during the year, announced Alberto González, director of the Ministry of Public Healths Central Cooperation Unit. González reported that work has begun to prepare new groups of collaborators who will travel to countries such as the Solomon Islands in the Pacific Ocean. Read More

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