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Cuba to play Holland on first day of November Intercontinental Baseball

Cuba and Holland clash on the first day of the 16th Intercontinental Baseball Cup, which runs from Nov. 9 to Nov. 19 in Taichung of Chinese Taipei, the Cuban Baseball Federation said on Monday. Read More

Cubas tobacco harvest looks promising

Several favorable factors suggest that this years recently initiated tobacco season may be one of the best in the last few years. Read More

Cuba sports congress attracts 1,000 sports experts

Nearly a thousand sports experts have now registered for the 11th World Sports For All Congress set to run from Oct. 31 to Nov. 3 in Cuba's capital, Havana, Jose Ramon Fernandez, who leads Cuba's Olympic Committee told Monday's Cuban daily newspaper "Worker". Read More

Cuban Tourism Congresses increase

In Cuban attractions, the categories of conferences, event, and incentive tourism are currently developing in Cuba with 300 international events a year, pointed out Sergio Pimentel, an expert on the topic. Read More

Cuba produces anti-mosquito product

Bactivec, a biological product produced in Cuba, will be used throughout the island against the reproduction of the Aedes Aegypti mosquito, the agent transmitting the disease. Read More

Angola and Cuba strengthen bilateral ties

With the aim of reinforcing the over 30-year bilateral ties, the Cuban Foreign Affairs Ministry's Sub-Saharan Africa director, Ivan Mora Godoy, arrived this Tuesday morning in the country. Read More

Theater City

In a crowded Principal Theater, the group Buendía presented Charenton, montage of Flora Lauten from the text Marat Sade, of Peter Weiss. Here theres a strong nominee to the Great Award of the Festival. Read More

Sample of experimental cinema in Havanian Festival

For the first time since its foundation in 1979, the International New Latin American Film Festival of Havana will offer a Sample of Experimental Cinema within its 28th edition scheduled from December 5th to 15th. Read More

Wide representation of medical personnel from Camagüey providing humanitarian aid across the world

Almost three thousand trained medical personnel from Camaguey provide their specialized services in 43 countries in Latin America, Africa, the Caribbean basin and Asia; as a token of solidarity. Read More

Cubans mark National Culture Day

Initiated with a ceremony in the historic eastern city of Bayamo, where the Cuban National Anthem was first sung in 1868, Cubans marked National Culture Day. Read More