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Cuba testing wind energy

With the installment of five windmills in the eastern Cuban province of Las Tunas, the country has started to use systematically wind as a source of energy, a program currently implemented in Cuba. Read More

Spanish expert praises marine wildlife in Guanahacabibes

Dr Jesus Ortea, professor at the Spanish University of Oviedo, praised the richness of the marine wildlife in Pinar del Rios Guanahacabibes Peninsula. In statements published in Granma daily today, the expert spoke of an expedition of Cuban and foreign scientists who are currently studying the seabed in that area in which they found ten new species of mollusca. Read More

Mexican airlines flies high in Cuba

Operations of Mexicana de Aviacion in Cuba is showing good results, with a sustained demand for capacities and a high occupation index Read More

President of Cuban Parliament visiting Laos today

The President of the Cuban Parliament, Ricardo Alarcón, traveled to Laos on Monday after finishing the first part of an official visit to Vietnam. Read More

Cuba Splits with Serbia in Volleyball

Cuba has ended three weekends of Mens World Volleyball League Group C play in Havana with a 4-2 record, dividing series with Serbia and Russia, and winning both matches against Egypt. Read More

Cuban chess players classify for World Championships

Grand Masters (GMs) Leinier Domínguez and Maritza Arribas won a Central American and Caribbean tournament that concluded over the weekend in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, and in the process won two of the three tickets - two for men and one for women - up for grabs for the World Chess Championships that take place next December in Khanty Mainsisk, Russia. Read More

Cuba places second in Women's Montreux Volley Masters

Cuba placed second at the 23rd annual edition of the Volley Masters women's international tournament that concluded on Sunday in the Swiss city of Montreux. Read More

Cuba raising eyebrows in Gold Cup Soccer

Cuba is fighting for a second round slot in the Gold Cup Soccer Tournament after tying Panama 2-2 in a dramatic match on Sunday. The Caribbean squad played showed what it is made of, playing some of its best soccer in the home of the New York Giants Read More

Culture and Development Congress opens in Havana

The Fifth International Culture and Development Congress opens Monday in Havana with a focus on defending and promoting cultural diversity. The forum takes place through Thursday, June 14, and brings together some 600 scholars, artists and writers from some 30 countries. Read More

First female Episcopalian Bishop in Latin America ordained in Cuba

Reverend Nerva Cot Aguilera was ordained the first female Episcopalian bishop in Latin America and the Caribbean on Sunday in the Cuban capital. Ulises Aguero Prendes was also ordained as a bishop at the ceremony held at Havanas Episcopal Cathedral of Holy Trinity. Read More