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Lights from a Diary at Jose Marti Memorial Center

With a very peculiar way and a rigorous visual language, the Dominican Pedro Guzman and the Cuban Dany Hernandez depicted the experiences of our National Apostle. Read More

Canada opens Pam Am softball event with 3-2 victory over Cuba

Ryan Wolfe's two-run homer in the seventh inning rallied Canada to a 3-2 win over Cuba in the opening game Read More

Cultural options in Havana

The Cuban capital offers foreign tourists varied cultural options, which are highly demanded by visitors. Read More

Favorable reception to documentary on Néstor Baguer

The premiere of the documentary "Secretos desde el Malecón Habanero" (Secrets from the Havana Malecon) was successfully received at the Luanda Cinema in the eastern province of Las Tunas. Read More

Cuban fencers at tough European Championship

The best Cuban fencers will participate in the tough World Championship in Turin Read More

Cuba Introduces New ANGIODIN PD-3000

Cuba introduced a new medical device in its national health system Read More

CINEPLAZA 2006. 23rd edition

From next Tuesday, October 3rd and until coming Saturday 7th , the edition number 23 of the National Festival of Cinema and Video CINEPLAZA 2006 will be held in different venues of El Vedado. Read More

Culture and Development Congress convoked

International Congress on Culture and Development to be held from June 11 to 14, 2007 in the Cuban capital. Read More

Cooperation between Harvard and Havana's University

Harvard will participate with the University of Havana in a semester study-abroad program, after overcoming strict federal regulations on US travel to the island, reported The Harvard Crimson. Read More

Daily challenges of cuban doctors in Haiti

Immersed in its daily routine, the city has erased almost all traces of the severe floods that struck two years ago killing thousands of its inhabitants, destroying buildings and blocking roads. Now it is back to "normality," in the poorest country of the western hemisphere. Read More