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May 24th

Theatre season; 3 en 1

Héctor Quintero's theatre troupe is announcing the play 3 en 1 at Adolfo Llauradó theatre hall throughout the present month. Read More

French company foresees the assembly of wind parks in Cuba

The French company Vergnet has planned the assembly of more eolian parks in Cuba, similar to those of the Canarreos, Isle of Youth, located to the southeast of this capital, said an expert of this company. Read More

Cuban ophthalmologists work in Nicaragua

Cuban ophthalmologists have performed 900 cataract and pterygium surgeries in less than 15 work days in Nicaragua, where the physicians from the Caribbean Island have won the people's love and affection. Read More

Leo Brouwer receives Prize of Honor

Cuban musician Leo Brouwer, the worlds most important guitar composer alive, received the 2007 Cubadisco Fair Prize of Honor in Havana. Read More

Cuba tests new communication technologies

Cuba is successfully testing new technologies in the field of communications, such as IP Telephony, digital TV, and different phone and electric connections for data transmission. Read More

Historical Patrimony event kicks off in Havana

The Fourth Ibero-American Conference on Museums and Historic Centers opened Tuesday at the Basilica Menor de San Francisco de Asis in Havana with a lecture by Cuban architect Jose Linares. Read More

Night of the Innocent Premieres in Havana

Director Arturo Sotto presents his latest Cuban Film Institute production. The new Cuban feature-length film La noche de los inocentes (The Night of the Innocent) by director Arturo Sotto had its Havana premiere on Tuesday and opens at theaters around the capital on Thursday May 24. Read More

Cuba-Barrientos Athletics Cup opens thursday

Athletes from at least 14 countries will compete in the Cuba-Barrientos Athletics Cup from May 24-27 at the Pan American Stadium in Havana. Read More

May 23rd

Chalbaud to film on Cuban doctors in Venezuela

"Con los brazos abiertos" will be the title of film-maker Roman Chalbaud's next production, inspired in Cuban doctors in Venezuela, Read More

US agro-group in Cuba for Biz, Pals

Cuba is an important market for North Dakota affirmed Roger Johnson, US State agriculture commissioner, in a meeting with Alimport trade company in this capital, where he said the best business is done among friends. Read More