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March 13th

Three Chinese-Cuban Revolutionaries Still Lead Cuba

All serious readers, whether scholarly or general interest, place a special value on first hand accounts of historical events. Memoirs, autobiographies, interviews of "regular people" who find themselves immersed in historic times bring that history to life as no author can. This is why the new book "Our History Is Still Being Written" has such an important role to play in modern Chinese history. Read More

600 Medical Graduate to leave for Cuba for post graduate training

The Cuban Government has raised the number of scholarships offered to Pakistans medical graduates from 400 to 600 this year. Read More

March 11th

Rehab centers that work miracles

The construction of rehabilitation centers is part of a project that the Cuban government is carrying out to raise the quality of public healthcare, Read More

New cultural facility opened in Las Tunas City

A new cultural center characterized by the majesty of its eclectic architecture has been opened in the eastern Cuban city of Las Tunas. Read More

Ukrainian kids arrive in Cuba for medical treatment

A new group of 48 Ukrainian children, victims of the continued aftereffects of the Chernobyl accident, arrived to Cuba for medical treatment as part of a program soon to reach its 17th anniversary. Read More

Cuba Book Fair closes

The 16th International Book Fair, one of Cuba's most important cultural events, concludes here Sunday, with a cultural gala also marking the 485 years of Santiago de Cuba's foundation. Read More

March 10th

Argentines donate sculpture

Workers at the Argentinean Ernesto Che Guevara Museum in Alta Gracia donated a replica of the Cuban-Argentine guerrilla's statue to Cuba. The work was brought to the island for the Havana International Book Fair and exhibit, Ismary Fernandez, specialist of the Che Sculpture Complex in Santa Clara, told Cuban TV. Read More

Hemingway didn't abandon Cuba

When in 1961 Ernest Hemingway left Cuba, after living in Cuba for two decades, the author of The Old Man and the Sea didn't know that would be the last time. He left with the Island with the idea of returning. He didn't abandon Cuba, affirmed Valerie Hemingway, the secretary and former daughter-in-law of the North American writer. "Here he had his home, his friends, and his boat. Read More

Mom and three daughters share same birthday

Hortensia Novoa could be the only Cuban woman and possibly in the world who shares the same birthday with her three daughters. Read More

Cuban singer Milanes receives Medal

Colombian writer Gabriel Garcia Marquez on Friday presented Cuban singer Pablo Milanes with a medal from the Casa de las Americas for his contributions to Latin American culture. The Nobel laureate in literature, who turned 80 earlier this week, joked that it was the first time he had bestowed a medal on a younger person, the official National Information Agency known as AIN reported Read More