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December 5th

LatAm Film Festival Starts

The 29th International Festival of the New Latin American Cinema starts Tuesday at Havana"s Karl Marx Theater with the screening of US film Redacted and a performance by Argentinean musician Fito Paez. Read More

Cuban Education at UNESCO Levels

In the text, presented 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

Fidels messages to Chávez

Cuban President Fidel Castro greeted with revolutionary congratulations his Venezuelan peer, Hugo Chávez, for yesterday's speech full of dignity and ethics.But Most Venezuelan States Voted "Yes" Read More

December 4th

Special Education Counts on More than 2, 000 Handicapped People in Las Tunas

The Special Teaching in the Cuban eastern province of Las Tunas guarantees an integral education to more than 2, 000 children and youths, as part of the actions that Cuba develops for their general reincorporation to the society and to celebrate this Monday the Handicapped People's Day. Read More

Cuba to Compete with Three Films

The organizers of the 29th edition of the Havana New Latin American Cinema Festival, that opens on December 4, have prepared a rich program for film lovers. Among the titles of the feature films participating in the competition there are many of high quality. Read More

New Facility in Holguin Commemorates Medicine Day

A new ophthalmological center was inaugurated yesterday at Holguin Clinic Surgical Hospital to commemorate the Day of the Latin American Medicine. That day honors the ourstanding research carried out by Cuban Dr Carlos Juan Finlay on a vacine and treatment against the yellow fever. Read More

National Seminar on Canadian Studies in Havana Next February

The Eighth National Seminar on Canadian Studies has been called for February 2008 by the Department of Canadian Studies of the University of Havana and by the Cuban University Network. Read More

Chile Recognizes Three Cuban Notables in 2007

President Michelle Bachelet presented the Pablo Neruda Order of Merit to Cuban composer Leo Brouwer, bringing to three the number of Cuban intellectuals recognized by Chilean authorities this year. Read More

Embassy of Azerbaijan Opens in Havana

The Minister for Economic Development of Azerbaijan, Heydar Babayev, inaugurated on Saturday the embassy of this Euro-Asian country in the municipality of Playa in the Cuban capital. Read More

A symposium in Cuba will study the history of Fremasonry in Latin America

A historic approximation to the freemasonry "allows a better understanding, a better rapprochement between the institutions and above everything else a better comprehension of our cultures, because, undoubtedly the freemasons has an important role in Latin America", Read More