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Will Raul reform Cuba's economy?

Cuba will initiate some degree of economic reform - including more space for private economic activity - during the coming year. Read More

USA Women qualify for Beijing Olympics with victory over Cuba

The win automatically qualifies the United States team for the 2008 Beijing Olympics. Suchitel Avila scored a team-high 14 points for Cuba, which came back from a nine-point halftime deficit to upset Brazil, 69-67, on Saturday to reach the final game. Read More

Oriki to Labah Sosse: music world mourns the passing of Dakars Prince of Afro-Cuban

A positive step is the dedication of Cubadisco 2008 to Africa and the African diaspora. Read More

The other house of Carlos Enriquez

Countless stories about this man and his respectable family lies in the different layers of paint of its old wood and under the tiles that have challenged the tropical rain for years. Read More

Cuban art for the British

Choco`s exhibition -his first personal one in England- will be a sort of "previous", because a several events on Cuban culture will be held in London in September 2008. Several artistic manifestations will be there: music, cinema, ballet and visual arts, among others. Read More

Candidate biographys and photos for municipal elections in Cuba

More than 37,000 nominees are competing throughout the country with a minimum of 2 and a maximum of 8 candidates per voting district. Read More

Raul Castro receives vietnamese Minister of Construction

Nguyen Hong Quan heads the Vietnamese delegation to the 25th Session of the Cuba-Vietnam Inter-governmental Commission Read More

Does Google censor Cuba?

A number of services offered by the grand search engine are not available to Cubans, and with no explanation given. Federal prohibitions enabling the US blockade of the island could be the key to the mystery Read More

Cuban Film Institute pays homage to Luciano Pavarotti

The films show Pavarottis outstanding performances in La Óveme, by Giaccomo Puccini, and acts I, II and III of the opera Idomeneo by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Read More