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Meeting of Cubans resident abroad to take place in Havana

A meeting of more than 400 representatives of Cubans residing abroad with authorities from the island will take place in Havana from January 27 to 29, the International Press Centre announced today. Read More

Cuban National Circus wins the Silver Orange Award in Spain

In the 4th International Circus Festival Valence City, Spain, in which the leading circus figures competed, eight members of the Havana Company in their impressive number of the Flying Trapeze –Korean style- achieved the Silver Orange. Read More

Thorough search for Nigerians, Pakistanis and Cubans

Travelers from this island making the 90-mile trip to the United States already face a gauntlet of roadblocks.<br /> Read More

Remarkable Cuban figures and their whereabouts

Alicia Alonso: The Grand Diva of Ballet<br /> <br /> Cuban dancer Alicia Alonso is a legend, a famous Cuban and universal ballet star and one of the world's best known and admired ballerinas, choreographers and teachers. She is the director of the Cuban National Ballet Company.<br /> Read More

Varadero, the blue dream for an ever lasting summer

For the second year in a row, Cuba’s Varadero seaside resort, located around 130 kilometres from  Havana, received one million tourists before the end of the year.  Read More

Luxury cruise ship touched Santiago de Cuba’s bay

Santiago de Cuba’s bay received the Sea Cloud luxury sailing ship for almost one day. The vessel had 61 German tourists who as part of his trip for the Caribbean visited the Historic Centre of Santiago de Cuba. <br /> Read More

Cuban Five send message

Rene Gonzalez, one of the five Cuban antiterrorist fighters who remain unjustly imprisoned in the United States since 1998, sent a message of gratitude to three Argentinean youths that began climbing the Aconcagua Mountain on December 25th. Read More

Argentinean doctors already graduated in Cuba open consultations in Argentina

Argentineans, who are graduated from the Latin American Medical School (ELAM) in Havana, opened on Monday the Tatu House, which is a practice for the attention of the inhabitants of a neighbourhood extremely poor from the great Buenos Aires. Read More

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