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Cuban journalists died in a car accident in Bolivia

Two Cuban journalists that were filming the work of their countrymens medical mission at service in Bolivia found death in a car crash. Read More

Opening doors to trade with Cuba

Expert to offer advice to rice growers. Louisiana farmers and other producers are in a prime position to benefit from trade with Cuba, state economic leaders say, but the opportunity is also fraught with complexities. Read More

Syria and Cuba to enhance cooperation in culture filed

Cuban Ambassador in Damascus Claudio Ramos Borrego underlined on Monday his "country's keenness to deepen relations with Syria in all domains, particularly in the culture field. Read More

Havana Film Festival to open December 5th

he 28th Festival of New Latin American Cinema will open in Havana on December 5 with the film El Laberinto del fauno from Mexican director Guillermo del Toro and will close with Volver, the latest from Spanish director Pedro Almodovar. Read More

Cuban vice president reviews government projects in Holguin

"The year 2006 has been a year of accomplishments in different areas but also a year in which we could have done much better," said Cuban Vice President Carlos Lage at the end of a tour of state projects underway in the eastern province of Holguin. Read More

Ireland stay behind Cuba in soccer rankings

The Republic of Ireland remain in 48th in the latest FIFA World Rankings behind nations such as Cuba and Uzbekistan. Read More

Rights to 14 Cuban songs remain in dispute

A U.S. music company lost its bid for rights to more than dozen songs from the golden age of Cuban music, ending a six-year legal battle against the island's government in a London court. Read More

Brazil and Cuba classified to second phase

The male volleyball teams of Brazil and Cuba classified for the second phase of the male World Championship, which is being held in several Japanese cities. Brazil beat Australia and Cuba got the victory versus Greece. Read More

Doctorate program in Cuba promotes environmental sustainability

With the aim of promoting scientific work in the areas of sustainability and the protection of natural resources, a doctorate program in natural sciences has been created in the eastern Cuban province of Santiago de Cuba. Read More

Cuba: grapefruit harvest has begun

The harvest of grapefruit from the Cuban region of Ciego de Ávila has begun. They expect a production of 10.000 MT, until January 2007. Read More