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Brazil, Cuba for Cooperation

Brazil is interested in enhancing scientific-technical collaboration with Cuba in all sectors, the island's Foreign Trade Minister Raul de la Nuez told Prensa Latina. Read More

Cuba Seeks Olympic Volleyball Slot in Mexico

Six teams face off in the NORCECA event. In group A are Cuba, Canada and Puerto Rico. In group B are the Dominican Republic, Trinidad and Tobago and Mexico. Read More

Argentina in Havana Film Festival

The full-length fiction films are The Lion from Santiago Otheguy and The Attacker from Pablo Fendrick, whose main character Arturo Goetz was awarded the best actor in Buenos Aires festival (BACIFI), 2007. Read More

Cuba is a Country of Readers

Cuban Book Fair will opened Monday in the Peruvian capital. Read More

Monicelli regrets the impossibility of traveling to Cuba due to sickness

I'm very sorry that due to my age and my health I will not be able to see Cuba , a country I wanted to see for a long time, declared he in a letter to the organizers and the Cuban movie lovers, spread here. Read More

Rare Storm Passes South of Cuba

The storm, now degraded to a tropical depression, is moving south of Cuba and northwest of Jamaica through the western Caribbean. Read More

Filmmaker Estela Bravo Wins TeleSur Prize

The TeleSur prize was created to promote moviemakers with a personal social commitment. This years award went to Bravo "for capturing the significance of the struggle embarked upon by the Mothers of the Plaza de Mayo and the extraordinary handling of audiovisual techniques." Read More

Started the shooting of a film about Che in Bolivia

The Puerto Rican actor Benicio del Toro, who started last week the shooting of Guerrilla, another of his great movies, indicated that to know the work of the Cuban doctors and to greet Evo Morales were two fulfilled dreams he had in Bolivia. Read More

Panama Extols Cuban Aid in Baseball

Panamanian sports commentators headlined the arrival of outstanding Cuban baseball player Omar "El Nino" Linares Izquierdo as a batting training coach for Santiago de Veraguas, and regarded him as a glory of Cuban baseball. Read More

The prestigious Cuban folk company will tour Europe

Yoruba Andabo won the Grammy award in 2001 for their record "La Rumba soy yo" and was nominated to that award in another three occasions. They have also won the Juno award in Canada in 1991. Read More