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November 19th

Rancaño in Villa Manuela

Cuban painter Ernesto Rancaño's latest work can be seen in the art gallery Villa Manuela of the UNEAC all through the present month. Under the slogan -MAL, BUENOS+ Rancaño exhibits 26 drawings and sculptures Read More

Two teachers aspire to a Coral in Havana

Among 18 feature length films compete for a Coral Award coming next December framed into the 28th edition of the New Latin-American Cinema Festival. A word to quality film maker candidates, two of them being among top figures of the Latin American cinematography in the last decades Read More

US auctions pieces by Lam and Botero

Sothesby's will auction Monday in New York pieces of Colombian Fernando Botero, Cuban Wifredo Lam and Mexican Diego Rivera. Read More

Cuba's Bruzon ties in first game for Ibero-American Chess Title

Cuban Grandmaster Lazaro Bruzon and Spain's I.M. Manuel Perez drew after 30 moves in the first game of the final round of the First Ibero-American Chess Championship, which is scheduled to conclude on Saturday in the Spanish city of Huelva. Read More

Cuba's Las Tunas exporting charcoal

With sales to European countries in excess of 150,000 tons of charcoal this year, the eastern Cuban province of Las Tunas has contributed to a national effort aimed at raising the export of this product. Read More

South Korea wins seventh place in Intercontinental Cup Baseball

South Korea beat the Philippines 5-1 on the final day of the 16th Intercontinental Cup baseball games in Taiwan on Sunday, winning the seventh place in the eight-team tournament. Read More

Girls basketball: SFIS finds quick chemistry against Cuba

SFIS 77, Cuba 51. Nice passing led to nice shooting. Tenacious defense paved the way for both for the Santa Fe Indian School girls basketball team. Read More

November 18th

Cubas medical aid after Hurricane Mitch recalled in Guatemala

Shortly after Hurricane Mitch devastated Central America in October 1998, Cuban doctors arrived in the remote northern Guatemalan town of Santa Catarina La Tinta, located in the Polochic River basin. Read More

Cuban boxing gold sought as coach

The Amateur Boxing Association (ABA) wants Cuban Olympic lightweight champion Mario Kindelan to coach their boxers in the runup to the 2012 London Games, ABA chief executive Paul King said. Read More