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Estrellas Cubanas del Son to perform in Paris

The Group Todos Estrellas del Son is composed of Cuban hit maker musicians that will perform in Paris Read More

Gilberto Frómeta presented his work at the Art Gallery from Kuala Lumpur City

Cuban painter Gilberto Frómeta enriches the image of Cuba in two recent exhibitions presented at the Art Gallery from Kuala Lumpur City. Read More

Pablo Center: romantic and stubborn at the same time

The Medal Alejo Carpentier was symbolically given to Ruth de la Torriente Brau, Pablos sister: what better chest that that one for a medal! Read More

Cuban group Schola Cantorum Coralina will represent Latin America in the Polyfollia 2006

Conducted by Professor Alina Orraca, this group gained some other prizes in Guido d` Arezzo, the most ancient competitive event of choirs in the world, which presented for the first time a Cuban choir in its 54 edition. Read More

Julio Bocca and his last Sigfrido

Bocca travelled to Cuba invited to take part in the 20th Ballet Festival of Havana, where hes been a distinguished guest for the past two decades, after winning a gold medal in Moscow he came to the island and first dance the Swan Lake. Read More

Cuba beats Italy in baseball

The Cuban team to dispute the 16th World Inter-Continental Baseball Cup defeated Italy 3-2 on Sunday in a friendly game Read More

To open in Cuba an etching exhibition of Picasso

An etching collection of the Spanish painter Pablo Picasso (1881-1973), was opened at the National Museum of Fine Arts in this capital city. Read More

Cruel end for Peru as Cuba goes through at Volleyball World Champs

Peru's Volleyball women were eliminated after the first round at the 2006 World Championships in Japan. In what turned out to be another nailbiter, the "Blanquirroja" lost its final game in Group D against Cuba by a score of 2:3 sets. Read More

Cuba: brain drain in developing countries is caused by western nations

Cuba's Vice President of Council of State Carlos Lage Davila has put the blame on developed nations for the brain drain in developing countries, as he accused western nations of luring away large number of talented professionals from poor countries every year. Read More

Cuba bets on organic fertilizers

As part of a nationwide effort to expand the use of organic fertilizers in agriculture, Cuba has turned out nearly 5,000,000 tons of worm humus from January through October of this year. Read More