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Holguin to Host International Tourism Convention

The meeting aims to promote Cuba as a tourist destination, especially Bariay, on the north coast of Cuba where Christopher Colombus landed on October 27, 1492. Read More

Competition of World Team Domino Championship at Casa de la Amistad, Cuba

Havana's Casa de la Amistad is hosting the fourth World Team Domino Championship through November 10. The games are played with a deck of 28 dominos under the Swiss system. Read More

Life of Famed Cuban Musician Compay Segundo to be Celebrated

A number of tributes will be paid to the Cuban artist Compay Segundo, who would have turned 100 years old on November 18 Read More

Cuba outplayed Dominican Republic

Italy, USA keep up winning streak at volleyball World Cup Read More

New Buses, Old Habits

Inter-provincial public transportation purchased by Cuba still present distortions that have become entrenched over the past several years. Social workers help to eliminate them Read More

Child Audiovisual Forum to be Held in Cuba

The meeting will prioritize devising working lines for the sixth World Summit on Media for Children and Youth, to be held in Karlstad, Sweden, in 2010. Read More

Black Cohiba Maduro 5, Growing Popularity of Cuban Cigars

The excellent quality black Cohiba Maduro 5 in its three formats: Magicos, Secretos and Genios. Another novelty is the new image of Montecristo and H.Upmann. Read More

Huge Collection of Fidel Castro Photos on Exhibit at Venezuelas National Library

Carefully prepared by Cubas Library of Photography in celebration of Cuban President Fidel Castros 80th birthday, the exhibit consists of a collection of emblematic images by over a dozen photographers, through which visitors gain insight into the life and times of the leader of the Cuban Revolution from 1959 to 2003. Read More

New Cuban Vaccines Look Promising

The countrys latest efforts were presented Wednesday on the third day of the Havana International Biotechnology Congress 2007, taking place in the capital through Friday with specialists from 28 countries attending. Read More

New Water Mains for Santiago de Cuba

The National Institute of Water Resources has begun to replace the main waterlines in the city of Santiago de Cuba, seriously affected in several areas by the intense rains during October and early November. Read More