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November 28th

Cuban Professor included in UNESCO Book

Cuban Professor Delia Vera Medina, general coordinator of the National Network of Schools associated to UNESCO, Monday appears in a book that deals with women who have contributed with that organization, established 60 years ago. Read More

Cuban influence in Angolan arts recognized

The formation of artists in Cuba and in other nations brought new tendencies to the Angolan fine arts, experts quoted by the local media considered in Luanda. Angolan investigator, professor and painter Jorge Gumbe stated that despite that influence the local fine artists are specially encouraged by the essential elements of their national culture. Read More

Cultural Gala held to celebrate 50th Anniversary of Granma landing

A cultural gala to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the landing of the Granma yacht and the foundation of the Cuban Revolutionary Armed Forces (FAR) was held Friday evening in Havana. Read More

Brazilian Poet Thiago de Mello in Cuba to participate in activities for the 80th birthday of President Fidel Castro

Brazilian Poet Thiago de Mello arrived in Havana on Sunday to participate in this week's activities for the 80th birthday of President Fidel Castro. Read More

Cuba exhibits tourist attractions

Cuba hosted the familiarization event Kuba Erleben Tour 2006 this month, which was attended by tourist experts working with the tour operator TUI. The initiative was sponsored by Sol Meliá Cuba, TUI, the airline LTU, Agencia de Viajes Cubanacán and the Cuban Ministry of Tourism Read More

Efficiency of Sierra Maestra Hotel highlighted

The Sierra Maestra Hotel, in the eastern Cuban province of Granma, is characterized by great efficiency to manage the establishment's activities. Read More

Cuba wins bronze at Diving Grand Prix

Cuba remained in the world diving elite after winning a bronze medal at the 9th Grand Prix Super Final, held in Mexico. China's team, which included several world and Olympic champions, retained the leadership after winning six gold, four silver and one bronze medals. Read More

I Take Cuba with me: Benito Zambrano

Spain Benito Zambrano, film producer laureate, is visiting this city as a member of Andalucia delegation to this fair, and said to Prensa Latina that he takes Cuba with him. Zambrano, a graduated student from San Antonio de los Baños Movie School, was awarded with a Goya prize for his first work Solas Read More

Guantanamo man turns 106 in good health

Elpidio Ramirez Londres, a Guantanamo resident is still vital at 106, age he reached today in control of mind and body, walks without support and talks coherently, reported the local media. Elpidio can even remember events that occurred at the beginning of the last century. Read More

Cuban medical help recognized in Japan

Japanese Physicians, students and university professors Monday recognized here the accessibility and noble purpose of the Cuban medical cooperation, after having a symposium on the topic, celebrated at Meiji University. The event, which had as main speaker Cuban doctor Arlenis Barroso, talked about the Caribbean isle health system characteristics at a great length. Read More