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November 28th

Cuba donates four ophthalmological centers to Honduras

The Cuban government has announced its donation to Honduras of four centers for ophthalmological attention, with the goal of providing specialized care to population groups that lack access to this service. Read More

Silvio in the 1960s

The 1960s were like a Cabala. Its radical rebelliousness and its slovenly aspect showed a way to achieve a superior world and find the meaning of the human existence. After that decade nothing could be the same. Read More

Havana Jazz Festival opens thursday

The Havana International Jazz Plaza 2006 festival is set to take place from November 30 to December 3 with the participation of musicians from eleven foreign countries and a hefty Cuban representation. Read More

Camagüey wins Great Prize at national magic festival

The Teatro Cubano de la Magia, Camagueys company of magicians won the Great Prize at the 12th National Festival Ánfora 2006, that wound up in Las Tunas city, some 670 kilometres east of Havana - after a week of performances. Read More

Guests arrive in Havana for Fidel Castro's 80th Birthday

Outstanding intellectuals Jorge Enrique Adoum of Ecuador and Thiago de Mello, of Brazil were the first to arrive over the weekend in Havana, out of more than 1,000 personalities from over 70 countries to attend celebrations for the 80th birthday of Cuban President Fidel Castro. Read More

More Argentineans Pick Cuba for their Vacations

A total of 30,000 Argentinean vacationers have picked the island as their tourist destination this year, for a 23 percent increase in visits from that country, compared to 2005. The announcement was made in Buenos Aires, by Cuba's deputy tourism minister Oscar González, during a press conference at the Latin American International Tourism Fair Read More

November 27th

Cubas economy grows 12.5 percent in 2006

The Cuban economy has grown 12.5 percent so far this year, with promising prospects for 2007, said Cuban Economy Minister José Luis Rodriguez in the eastern Cuban city of Bayamo on Sunday. Rodriguez made his statement during a ceremony marking Cuban Economists and Accountants Day. Read More

Homo antecessor discoverer in Cuba

Spanish anthropologist Eudald Carbonell Roura, one of the Homo Antecessor discoverers, is visiting Cuba to exchange with the island colleagues and foster bilateral collaboration Read More

November 26th

Photo exhibition on Fidel, Raul Castro opened

"Homage," the exhibition's title, was opened to the public at the Jose Marti Memorial, with 58 photographs by several Cuban artists, according to the Sunday edition of Juventud Nacional paper. Read More

Prompt normalization of Mexican-Cuban relations predicted

Antonio "El Cuate" del Conde, owner of the Granma yacht in which Fidel Castro and his comrades departed from Mexico to start the revolutionary struggle in Cuba, predicted that relations between Mexico and Cuba will soon improve. Read More