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Bush In Heavens (Part I), Reflections by Comrade Fidel

In this reflection I will go by the news received from different sources, including international cable services, -without specifically recognizing any of them as the information source, but strictly abiding by the text of the news-- books, documents, the Internet, and even questions asked to well-documented sources. Read More

More than 100 young writers from 11 Latin American and Caribbean countries agreed to meet in Havana.

More than 100 young writers from 11 Latin American and Caribbean countries agreed to meet in Havana to exchange opinions and pave the way for creating a regional communication network. Read More

Namibia granted the Order of Welwitschia to the leader of the Cuban Revolution, Fidel Castro Ruz.

For his support of Africa's liberation struggles, Namibia granted the Order of Welwitschia to the leader of the Cuban Revolution, Fidel Castro Ruz, during the inauguration of the new State House of the Government of this African nation. Read More

Raúl Torres, one of the most charismatic troubadours from the 1990's, will produce a record with Pablo Milanés

Thousands of Cuban youths are living renewed days with the presence in the Island of Raúl Torres, one of the most charismatic troubadours from the 1990's, who went to live abroad at the end of that decade and stopped singing in the theatres of Havana. Read More

Carlos Acosta, Cuban's Ballet dancer: Five minutes Interview

The Cuban ballet dancer Carlos Acosta, 35, has danced for both the English National Ballet and the National Ballet of Cuba, where he was principal. Read More

Artists and Writers in Congress in Cuba

Miguel Barnet, President of the Organizing Committee, reported on the events preparations. A total of 414 delegates will attend, chosen in provincial meetings held island-wide, including the Isle of Youth special municipality. Read More

Legendary Cuban musician Israel Lopez (Cachao), creator of the mambo, died on Saturday in Miami

Legendary Cuban musician Israel Lopez, known to the world as Cachao and credited with being one of the originators of the mambo musical style, died on Saturday in Miami, his spokesman announced. He was 89. Read More


Angola will celebrate on Saturday for the first time the anniversary of the 1988 battle of Cuito Cuanavale

Angola will celebrate on Saturday for the first time the anniversary of the 1988 battle of Cuito Cuanavale which changed the region's political landscape, accelerating the independence of Namibia and the fall of apartheid in South Africa. Read More

The book "Cita con La Habana" by renowned Chinese writer and painter Yu Xi, was presented in Beijing

The volume, launched at the headquarters of the Cuban diplomatic mission there, was published by Conocimiento del Mundo publishing house. The 275-page book is illustrated with watercolor paintings by and pictures of the author. Read More

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