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Carlos Lage, Cuba's Vicepresident, honors Allende during its visit to the to the 17th Ibero-American Summit

The head of the Cuban delegation to the 17th Ibero-American Summit, taking place in this capital, went to the Santiago cemetery to lay a wreath in the place where the remains of the former president were buried. Read More

Cuba defeated Canada at baseball World Cup

Cuba trounced Canada 6-3 and now this team has the three games winned on the third day of the 37th baseball World Cup. Read More

China and Cuba sign new agreements in the Energy Sector

The Cuban minister of the Basic Industry was received by Wang Zhaoguo, a member of the Political Bureau of the Chinese Communist Party Read More

Cuba is becoming technologized

The amount of time spent online on personal e-mails, playing games, chatting and downloading music, films, and TV series often eclipses the time spent searching for information and conducting research. This happens both in schools and in work places, where it is common to find someone in the middle of the day playing the latest card game over the Internet. Read More

Japanese peace boat visits Cuba

Passengers travelling on the Japanese "Peace Boat" will arrive in Santiago de Cuba on November 15 to learn firsthand about life in Cuba Read More

29th New Latin American Film Festival of Havana dedicated to children

An international forum devoted to childhood and their audiovisual universe will be opened with the attendance of specialists from Europe and Latin America Read More

Matanzas hosts Beethoven Concerts

On November 23, accompanied by the Matanzas Symphony Orchestra (OSM) conducted by 22 year-old maestro Jose Antonio Mendez Padron, Yisel Rubio, Oscar Verdeal, and Victor Diaz, will play the concerts in C major (Number 1), B flat major (Number 2), and G major (Number 4), respectively. Read More

Havana Trade Fair, more than 1,400 companies

Cuban exports rise by 44%. The 25th edition of the annual event runs from November 5 to 10 at the Expocuba fairgrounds. Read More

Million-dollar losses and one person death from floods in eastern Cuba after Noel

According to an informative note published in the press, Yusmani Tames González died trying to cross a swollen river in Granma province. It is estimated that the total losses from heavy rain in the eastern provinces from October 11 to November 5, plus the passing of Tropical Storm Noel, amount to $499 million, according to a preliminary analysis. Read More

Santiago residents in recovery stage after flooding

Dozens of communities remain cut off due to swollen rivers and flooded roads and highways. However, basic food and hygiene supplies have been provided along with other primary needs guaranteed by the civil defense authorities. Read More