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November 28th

Alicia Alonso: Bejart will live forever

The director of the Cuban National Ballet, the prima ballerina assoluta, Alicia Alonso regretted last week the death of the French choreographer Maurice Bejart, whose marks will last forever in the art of dance, she said. Read More

November 27th

Holguin to become a signifant electricity producing area

Holguin, a Cuban province nearly 450 miles east of Havana, will soon become a significant power-generating area in the island, as the ongoing investment process is completed; resulting in 544.3 megawatt delivered to the national system by next year. Read More

Cuba Better Prepared to Confront World Economic and Ecological Catastrophe

Economy and Planning Minister Jose Luis Rodriguez affirmed on Monday in the western city of Pinar del Rio that Cuba is prepared to confront economic and ecological catastrophes in the world. Read More

Association of Cuban Writers Gives to Know in Las Tunas the Winner in Narrative

Some of the most famous books of this author are La saga del perseguido (Alejo Carpentier Prize), Las manzanas del paraíso (Prize Casa de Teatro, in Dominican Republic), Los Cuervos (Dulce María Loynaz Prize), Matarile, and Confabulación de la araña. Read More

Cuba Highlights AIDS Prevention

The volunteer movement, created since the start of the epidemic in the Island, grew through participation of patients themselves, who spent part of their time visiting workplaces, schools and other institutions to increase public awareness about everything regarding AIDS. Read More

A feat of Cuban science

The search for, discovery and identification of the remains of Che and his fellow guerrilla fighters was a scientific feat, the result of research and multidisciplinary efforts by Cuban experts and institutions. Read More

Mexican Revolutionary Institutional Party delegation visits Cuba

During the visit she had talks with Cuban leaders including Vice President Carlos Lage; National Assembly President Ricardo Alarcón; Foreign Minister Felipe Pérez Roque; and Abel Prieto, minister of culture. Read More

Cuba Prepares General Elections

They will be nominated on December 2 by 15,236 municipal delegates elected during the first stage of general elections in October, when more than 96 percent of voting age people cast their vote. Read More

Dr. Armando Hart imparts a masterly conference about Martí and Gramsci

Dr Armando Hart Dávalos, president of the José Martí Cultural Society, imparted a masterly conference at the Marta Abreu University (UCLV), where he talked about the meetings points in the thinking of the Cuban José Martí and the Italian Antonio Gramsci, a XX century theoretic of Marxism. Read More

Ninth Documentary Festival in Cuba

The Memoriam to Santiago Alvarez 9th International Documentary Film Festival will be held in this city from March 6 to 11, organizing sources announced. Read More