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New concert hall

The former Convent of Santa Clara currently housing the National Centre for Conservation, Restoration and Museology (CENCREM) located on Calle Cuba #610 e/ Sol y Luz, Old Havana, will inaugurate a choral music concert hall on December 28 at 5:00 p.m. Read More

Historic photos of Cuba to be exhibited

The provincial Brigadier General Jose Gomez Cardoso archive and the local Youth Computer Club will exhibit an image bank of 700 contemporary and historic photos, most of which have never before been published. Read More

Cuban prodigy up for another Guinness Record

Yusnier Viera, the Havanian young who recently won the fourth place in the II World Olympiad of Mental Calculation, has just established a new mark that will lead him once again into the Guinness Book of Records, after identifying 56 dates among years 1600 to 2100, in one minute. Read More

Cuban Cinema at top speed in 2006

The production of nearly seven long-length feature films, several short ones and some other documentaries corroborate that Cuba has really excelled in the cinematographic field this year. In general terms, they were not only overwhelming successes but, and most important, they centered the attention of the most demanding critics beyond detractions and preferences. Read More

Havana to get first batch of Belarusian buses early next year

The first batch of Belarusian buses will arrive in the port of Havana early next year. On the whole, in accordance with the agreements the sides have reached, Belarus will supply 100 buses to Cuba Read More

Attorney: Cuba open to trade with Indiana farmers

An Indianapolis attorney recently back from Cuba says the nation is eager to open up trade with Indiana Read More

Green revolution in Cuba

Cuba increases forested areas. The reduction this year in the amount of pollution to the environment in Cuba was highlighted by Dr. José Antonio Díaz Duque, deputy minister for science, technology and the environment (CITMA). Read More

Committee for the Independence of Puerto Rico Emerges in Cuba

A group of Cuban writers, journalists and actors, recently created a committee for the independence of Puerto Rico in the city of Manzanillo, to the eastern province of Granma. The association aims at encouraging the solidarity movement with the brother country of Puerto Rico, said the organizers. Read More

Cattle farming makes a comeback in Cubas driest province

Ranchers in the Cuban eastern province of Las Tunas, the countrys driest province, have taken advantage of recent rainfall to get back on track in fulfilling this year's production targets. Read More

New mollusks found in western Cuba

The discovery of 27 new mollusks in the sea bed of Guanahacabibes peninsula, Pinar del Rio, Cuba, enlarges its current stock to 627. An expedition found the presumed endemic mollusks at nine locations within the UNESCO Biosphere Reserve, namely at Maria La Gorda, Las Tumbas, Cabo de San Antonio and Ensenada de Bolondron Read More