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December 2nd

Cuban singer wins an award in an International Competition in Rome

The Cultural European Academy of Rome announced the winners of the VI edition of the International Vocal Competition of Sacred Music. Cuban singer Yetzabel Arias Fernandez, who is currently studying in Milan, won the third price of the competition. Read More

Symphonic Experiences

Havana has just become the seat of the IV National Meeting of Symphonic Orchestras that, under the sponsorship of the Cuban Institute of Music and the National Centre of Concert Music, gathered together ten groups of this kind of music, from all over the country. Read More

Cuban Scientists Extend Clinical Trials With Vimang

Cuban antioxidant supplement Vimang is being used in clinical trials on diseases such as asthma, HIV/AIDS, diabetes and dermatitis and the elderly, to improve their quality of life reduce their consumption of medications Read More

December 1st

Areas reforested in the Great Wetland of the North

The large wetland located north of Ciego de Ávila, one of the Cuban ecosystems bearing international importance due to its incredible biodiversity, was benefited during the last seven years from the planting of more than a 1 800 hectares of trees. Read More

Cuba a Player in World Science

Cuba receives millions of dollars annually for the production and export of medicines, vaccines and instruments, said Public Health Minister José Ramón Balaguer. Read More

Cuba, Unique Trustworthy Country of the Millennium Goals at

The United Nations Educational, Scientific, Cultural Organization (UNESCO) has recognized Cuba as the only country in Latin America and the Caribbean that will fulfill the Millennium Goals "Education for All". Read More

The Sixth International University Education Conference

The Sixth International University Education Conference ""Universidad 2008"" will take place at the Havana Convention Center from February 11 to 15 under the motto "Universalization of the University for a Better World." Read More

Cuba Celebrates World AIDS Day with Prevention Actions

Cuba celebrates Saturday the World AIDS Day with diverse actions of promotion and prevention of the disease that affects to more than 40 million people in the World. Read More

Brazilian Triple-Jump Medallist Training in Havana

"Im my main rival; I think a lot about what I can achieve, although I feel respect for the rest of the competitors, " said Brazilian Jadel Gregorio, world runner-up champ in the triple jump (17.59 meters), who was training at the Pan-American Stadium in Havana this past week. Read More

Cuba Participated in Book Fair of Guadalajara

Cuba participated in the 21st International Book Fair of Guadalajara that opened last week in this Mexican city. Read More