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November 26th

Cuban revitalizing railway project highlighted

Latin American Railway Association (ALAF) Secretary General Lauro Ramirez, Friday highlighted here the current Cuban project to revitalize railways. Read More

Cuba United Methodist Church to hold 'Hanging of the Greens

Cuba United Methodist Church will hold its "Hanging of the Greens" event at 5 p.m. Nov. 28. Dinner of soup and sandwiches will be provided for those who attend to decorate the church for the Christmas season. Read More

Cuban blind to hold music festival

More than a hundred artists and seven groups will take part in the 2006 music Festival of the Blind's National Association (ANCI) to be held December 18-20 in the eastern province of Santiago de Cuba. Read More

Cuba realigns labor discipline

Labor realignment and further productive efficiency in Cuba were highlighted by Cuban Communist Party politburo member Jose Ramon Machado Ventura. Read More

Secrets of a journalist: Luis Baez turns 70

The questioner par excellence was at ease and pleased to talk about the inner workings of a profession that he has carried out with intensity, audacity and conviction. The reason for the interview: his 70th birthday! Read More

Magic on stage in Las Tunas, Cuba

The world of illusion grows each year in Las Tunas, Cuba with the now traditional International Magic Festival that stimulates imagination and fills the different venues. Read More

November 25th

Cuba Baseball Team welcomed by sports authorities

Fresh off their latest triumph in the 16th Intercontinental Baseball Cuba in Chinese Taipei, the Cuban National Baseball Team was welcomed home by the islands top sports authorities. Read More

Bulgaria marks cruishing triumph over Cuba in volleyball

The Bulgarian volleyball "angels" won a crushing 3-0 victory over the team of Cuba at the World Championship in Japan. This is the 6th victory of the Bulgarian national volleyball team in a row. This has been the best start in Bulgaria's volleyball history since the 1970 championship in Sofia. Read More

November 24th

41st Capablanca Tournament: the strongest in history?

The events history, the chess players interest along with the leaders perseverance succeeded and the oldest tournament in Latin America will be held again. The halls of the Habana-Riviera Hotel will host the 41st edition of the Capablanca Memorial Tournament, featuring FIDE XVII category. Read More

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), last years winner of this important credit, valued the singular aesthetic and social impact of Pedro Pablo's creation. Read More