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The Book Fair in Granma will be greater this year

The 16th International Book Fair to be presented in Granma from March 5th to 11th, will be greater than the last one for its organization, quality, initiatives and the number of works. The Revolution Square, of Bayamo, the Calixto García park of Guisa and the Céspedes park of Manzanillo, will welcome this reading party again, as well as communities, neighbourhoods and educational Read More

Launching Carlos Valeras disc

Musical brand Graffiti Records launched the special album called Como los peces by Cuban singer song-writer Carlos Varela as people close to the author of the song Guillermo Tell announced. In the disc he played pairing with another famous singer song-writer Joaquín Sabina playing one of the most popular songs of Varela that won the Spanish Onda Award in 1998 in the category of Latin Revelation. Read More

Spains Bruno Antero wins third leg of Cuban bike tour

Always pedalling within the pack, without losing out to those who dominated the final kilometers, Spains Bruno Antero win the third leg of the "Vuelta a Cuba" bicycle tour Read More

Womens Chess Tournament in Holguin, Cuba

After five rounds of competition, the 14 women playing in the National Female Chess Championships resume action on Wednesday in the eastern Cuban province of Holguin. Read More

Free Software encouraged at Cubas Informatics 2007

"Cuba has the right to obtain free software programs in any nation of the world, because our philosophy is to provide copies to the nations that need them," said Richard Mathew Stallman, President of the Free Software Foundation in a lecture Wednesday at the Informatics 2007 Fair and Convention taking place at Havana Convention Center. Read More

Cuba unveils its first Internet Search Engine

The first Cuban Internet search engine for sites within the .cu domain was presented Thursday at the 12th International Informatics Convention and Fair 2007, which concludes Friday in Havana. Read More

Cable to expand Cuba's internet capacity

A new undersea fiber-optic cable from Cuba to Venezuela should be finished within two years, a Venezuelan communications official said Thursday, dramatically expanding Cuba's internet and telephone capacity. Read More

Cuba Info University stars in Fair

The Information Sciences University (UCI), created by President Fidel Castro, is exhibiting Thursday that institution s work in the International Informatics Event. Its stand displays over 20 software products and several information systems, as well as some collaboration projects with the Venezuelan company PDVSA. Read More

First miniature art festival in Cuba

Which art form is not developed in Cuba? Deep in the heart of the Caribbean island are artists representing all manifestations imaginable and they proliferate. Painting, sculpture, music, dance, and literature are perhaps the most classic and widespread, but there are also expressions that are not always so widely circulated. Read More