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November 30th

Las Tunas Increases Production of Milk

The Cuban eastern province of Las Tunas has produced some 18 million liters of milk in the current 2007, it surpassed in more than one million 634 thousand what it gathered in same stage last year. Read More

Begins the XLVII National Baseball Serie on Sunday

Higinio Velez, head of the Cuban Baseball Federation, announced on Wednesday that everything is ready for the beginning of the 47th edition of the Cuban National Baseball Championship with the game between defending champions Santiago de Cuba and 2007 runner-up Industriales. Read More

Cuba: Heart Surgery Available for Children in Sancti Spiritus

Nearly 150 children born with malformations of the heart in the central Cuban province of Sancti Spiritus have undergone surgery after the creation of the cardiology-pediatric system throughout the island over twenty years ago. Read More

Cuban Curator Touring Kenya to Strengthen Cultural Ties

The curator of Havana's Wilfredo Lam Art Gallery, Pepe Fernandez, is in Kenya to fulfill cultural accords between that East African nation and Cuba. Read More

Mario Monicellis Films on Screen in Havana

The news that some of the best films by Italian filmmaker Mario Monicelli would be screened this week in Havana made headliners on most cultural sections of the Cuban media. Read More

US Artists and Scholars Demand Washington Lift Restrictions for Cultural Exchanges with Cuba

In a letter revealed on Wednesday, the US-Cuba Cultural Exchange Network urged W. Bush to lift the restrictions between both countries. Read More

"José Antonio Fernández de Castro" Cultural Journalism Award.

The "José Antonio Fernández de Castro" Cultural Journalism Award was created by the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Cuba in 1999. Read More

Cuban Company La Colmenita: 365 presentations in the year

The group, that received last October the title Goodwill Ambassador of the UNICEF, will make a tour through the zones affected in eastern Cuba by he rains of the tropical storm Noel. Read More

Memories of Carilda, in poetry and in life

The space Fe de Vida, conduced by the poet Aitana Alberti at the Dulce Maria Loynaz Cultural Center presented the documentary "Memoria de la fiebre. Vida y Obra de Carilda Oliver Labra" ("Memory of the fever. Life and work of Carilda Oliver Labra"). Read More

Cuban Education at UNESCO Levels

In the text, spread today at the UNESCO headquarter in Paris and simultaneously in New York and New Delhi, Cuba is ranked 23 out of 129 countries, with Norway the most advanced and Chad the most backward nation. Read More