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Pedro Pablo Oliva; National Plastic Arts Award

Considered as one of the top contemporary Cuban painters, Pedro Pablo Oliva won the National Plastic Arts Award 2006 in recognition to his lifetime work. A jury summoned by the National Council of Plastic Arts and presided over by José Gómez Fresquet (Frémez) valued the singular aesthetic and social impact of Pedro Pablo's creation. Read More

War Correspondents will meet in Cuba

The 5th Encounter's edition of World War Correspondents, to be held from November 8th-10th, in Havana, will foster the exchange among the professionals of information concerning the war conflicts. Read More

Milk production increases in Cubas driest province

The recent rains that have fallen in the eastern Cuban province of Las Tunas have had a positive impact on milk production. Read More

Italian Company to light up Havana Squares

C.R. Technologic System of Italy engages at present in manufacturing special lights to enhance the colonial architecture of Old Havana squares, business sources informed today. Read More

High levels of natural cuban honey

Taking advantage of the providential rains this year favoring flowering, beekeepers of eastern Cuba s Guantanamo Province have produced 83 tons of environmentally friendly honey so far. Read More

Cuba Loses to China Taipei in preparatory game

Cuba lost today 1-2 to China Taipei in a preparatory game as part of the Baseball Intercontinental Cup competition, scheduled to open November 9 and close on the 19th. Read More

Archaeology course prior National Meeting on Regional History

Interesting archaeology subjects and the experience reached in this scientific activity by the Havana Historian's Office, were the contents taught by M.S. Beatriz Rodriguez Basulto, at a course lectured prior the 4th National Meting of Regional History organized by the Historian Office of the City of Camagüey. Read More

General Secretary of the Workers Central Union of Cuba highlights advances of Camagüey

Salvador Valdés Mesa, General Secretary of the Workers Central Union of Cuba (CTC), highlighted that the advances visible in the recovery of the Industry of Materials of the Construction in Camagüey, are an example that the territorial economy begins a revitalization. Read More

Tension abounds as Volleyball World Cup moves into second round

The Cuban female squad that qualified over the weekend for the second round of the womens Volleyball World Championships will now go through a maze of difficulties as they attempt to advance to the finals. Read More

Leon Portilla in Cuba

The presence last week of this prominent Mexican intellectual in the Cuban capital revived memories of a work contributing to the completion of a comprehensive image called Our America by Jose Marti. Read More