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Turkish Association of Friendship with Cuba Inaugurates New Venue

During the inauguration ceremony, Regla Fernandez, an official at the Cuban embassy in Turkey, highlighted the historic value of the posters exhibited as many of them reflect problems related to the Third World and the imperialist threats against them. Read More

Pablo concerts return to Chile

The artist will perform his biggest hits recorded in over 30 CD's as well as themes from his new record «El Regalo». Read More

Raul Castro and Lula da Silva Held Official Talks in Havana

During the talks, Raul Castro and Lula da Silva reviewed the development of bilateral relations between both countries; they also exchanged on issues of regional and international interest. Read More

Cuba, Brazil sign agreements on oil, biotech, agriculture

More important agreements include a memorandum of understanding allowing Brazilian state-owned energy company Petrobras to explore and produce oil and gas in Cuban-owned Gulf of Mexico waters. Read More

Viñales Valley, whose origin dates back to more than 300 million years ago

According to experts, the valley's flora is closely linked to its ancient past, since it holds 17 endemic varieties that cannot be found anywhere on Earth, including the cork palm (Microcycas calocoma), which is considered a living fossil from the Jurassic period. Read More

Guatemala's President-elect Alvaro Colom sent a special greeting to Fidel and Raul Castro

Colom thanked Cuba for its cooperation with his country and said that his government looks forwards to strengthening bilateral relations with the island, particularly in the areas of healthcare and education. Read More

Vacations and Healthcare in Cuba

Cuba, which has a strategic location in the Caribbean region, offers its natural, cultural and historic wealth to foreign tourists, who can also benefit from the country's health facilities to improve their quality of life. Read More

Cuban Health Minister in Guatemala

The Health minister, who is leading his country delegation to the inauguration of President Alvaro Colom, considered the affection of the people and the ever increasing rapprochement between the two peoples as the most significant of that cooperation. Read More

Cuban music triumph in France with Camerata Romeu

Their performance was followed by long applauses that priced the debut of this special orchestra in France. Read More

Guantanamo detainee Sami al-Hajj 'to be released'

Sami al-Hajj has been held as an ''enemy combatant'' by the US forces since 2001. He has never been charged. He is one of about 20 prisoners who have carried out hunger strikes in protest of their imprisonment and treatment at the US jail. Read More

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