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Cuba defends its rights to Cohiba Cigars

Cuba is determined to stand up for its right to the Cohiba Cigar brand, which American transnationals are trying to seize with the help of the Bush administration. Read More

Cuba re-elected at International Amateur Boxing Association

Cuba was elected chair of the Americas Bureau of the International Amateur Boxing Association and ratified as one of the organizations vice-presidents. Read More

United Nations says NO to US blockade of Cuba

For 15th consecutive year, Cuba has won a victory at the United Nations General Assembly with a resounding vote against the US blockade of Cuba. Read More

Cuba honors haitian heritage

Groups representative of artistic manifestations native to Haiti will carry out events intended to revitalize that heritage November 9-14, sources in eastern Santiago de Cuba Read More

China passes cuban cholesterol drug

Chinese health authorities granted permission to polycosanol, a new anti-cholesterol drug made in Cuba, to be marketed in the Asian nation, Read More

Cuban-Qatari joint venture to construct hotel on the island

Cuban company Gran Caribe and the Qatari Kiar Investment Company have signed an agreement for the construction of a hotel in Cuba. Read More

Guayasamín Foundation confirms tribute to Fidel for his 80th birthday

Guayasamín's Foundation confirmed in an announcement in Havana that it is organizing the celebration of Fidel Castros 80th birthday, previously scheduled for August 13 and postponed due to the Cuban presidents health. Read More

Intensive tree-planting effort underway in Las Tunas

With the reforestation of areas surrounding water reservoirs, lakes, and rivers, an important step has been taken in Cubas eastern province of Las Tunas for environmental preservation. Read More

Cuba honors Soviet Revolution

Cuba honored the 89th Anniversary of the October Socialist Revolution with an act at the International Soviet Soldier Mausoleum in this capital Read More

Cuba and South Korea get wins as Intercontinental Cup opens

Taipei- Record champions Cuba beat the Netherlands 3-2 in the opener as the 16th baseball Intercontinental Cup got underway on Thursday. The 1977 champions South Korea did better later in the day by outslugging the weakest team in the event, The Phillipines, 10-0, in just six and a half innings. Read More