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The United Nations General Assembly overwhelmingly condemns US blockade against Cuba

The United Nations General Assembly today overwhelmingly condemned the US economic, financial and commercial blockade of Cuba, after voting the islands resolution against the US unilateral measure with 184 votes in favour, one abstention and only 4 votes against. Read More

Lyrical November at the Great Theater of Havana.

Presentations in the first weekend of November will open with Gonzalo Roigs "Cecilia Valdés", the most significant Cuban zarzuela. The performances will be assumed by the main soloists of the troupe starting from Juan R. Amáns staging and Giovanni Duartes musical direction. Read More

Cuba's National Ballet starts 60th anniversary celebrations

Cuban Culture Minister Abel Prieto said in Havana that the National Ballet of Cuba, led by Prima Ballerina Assoluta Alicia Alonso, is an example a of foundational, indispensable and significant work for Cuban and universal arts. Read More

Flower Therapy: an approach to the "art of healing"

This therapy was accepted by the World Health Organization in 1996 and in Cuba it was incorporated to the health system in 1999, spreading its use all around the country, along with the training of floral therapists duly qualified to use it adequately. Read More

Karel García to launch "Hambre de quimeras" in Spain

"Hambre de quimeras", edited by El Ventilador-Music and recorded in the Havana-based "Ojalá" Recording Studios, gathers songs from Karel García since his early steps as a composer in 1990. Read More

Cubans vote in Second Electoral Round

Voters went to the polls to elect 3,028 delegates out of 6,102 candidates, being 2,020 women and 976 youths, said Reus, who pointed out that 86,06 percent of the eligible voters had already cast their ballots three hours before the closing of the voting stations. Read More

New National Championship of Philately of Cuba

The Convent San Francisco de Asis, located in the historical patrimony area of Havana will be the headquarters of this competition in which philatelists of the Island will present more than 90 collections, some of them winners of international prizes. Read More

Today United Nations debate

For the 16th year running the subject will be discussed in the General Assembly, which will then vote on the Resolution: The Need to put an End to the Economic, Trade and Financial Blockade Imposed by the United States on Cuba. Read More

Non-Aligned Countries Movement business forum in Cuba

About 200 businesspeople, officials and figures from 40 countries are expected to attend the event, to seek feasible alternatives for the development of the bloc's nation members, sources from the Cuba's Chamber of Commerce (CCC) confirmed Read More

Storm Noel intensifies, tracks Cuba's northeast coast

Noel was located ``very near'' the town of Gibara on Cuba's northern coast, and moving west at 19 kph, with a turn to the northwest forecast for later today. Read More