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Cuba sends just two to Melbourne

Cuba, a nation that once boasted the calibre of the likes of Rodolfo Falcon and Neisser Bent, will send just two swimmers to the world championships in Melbourne in March, head coach Luisa Mojarrieta has confirmed. Read More

Kids trace Castro's entrance to Havana

Children wearing olive-green uniforms, wigs and bushy fake beards on Monday simulated Cuban leader Fidel Castro's entrance into Havana after the triumph of his revolution 48 years ago. Read More

Cindy Sheehan in Cuba, demands U.S. shut down Guantanamo jail

Calling the Bush administration the "enemies of humanity," Iraq war protester Cindy Sheehan demanded Tuesday the closing of the U.S. military jail at Guantanamo Bay and fair treatment for all detainees in America's war on terrorism. Read More

Cuba Alba projects made progress

Twenty hospitals, schools and policlinics, in what were formerly high school dorms, are now providing services in Jaguey Grande, western Matanzas Province, to the Bolivarian Alternative of the Americas (ALBA). Read More

Casa de Las Americas lit award begins

With over 400 written works from 18 countries competing in five genres, the 48th Casa de las Americas Literature Award, one of the most prestigious in Latin America, began on Tuesday. Read More

Cuban psychiatric innovator honored

Doctors and patients paid emotional tribute Tuesday to the late Dr. Eduardo Bernabe Ordaz Ducunge, who radically altered psychiatric care in Cuba, a labor recognized in Latin America and the rest of the world. Read More