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Ballet Lizt Alfonso and Omara Portuondo in Canada

''Vida'', the dancing company`s musical and Omara Portuondo`s voice got together in a spectacular show Read More

Aldo Rodriguez played with Ukranian Phylarmonic

Ukraine enjoyed the magic of the Cuban guitar with a concert by virtuous Aldo Rodríguez in the local Phylarmonic, where he added two extra pieces to his program in the middle of an absolute ovation. Read More

Cuba and Malaysia to increase trade relations

"Cuba-Malaysia trade relations could increase over the next years," said Malaysian Chief Minister of Melaka State, Datuk Seri Mohd Ali Mohd Rustam, at the seminar "Opportunities and Potential Areas for Bilateral Cooperation" held in this capital. Read More

Hooray for cuban wrestlers at German Grand Prix

Cuba walked away with seven medals and the first position in the Grand Prix of free-style wrestling that wrapped up over the weekend in Germany. Out of 100 wrestlers from 12 countries, the Cuban gladiators managed three gold, two silver and two bronze medals, and classified as favorites for the Rio de Janeiro Pan American Games to be held July in Brazil. Read More

Cuba for remaining 2nd place in Pan American Games

Cuba aspires to keep the second place in the Pan American Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, in July, said Angel Iglesias, vice-president of the National Institute of Sports, Physical Education and Recreation (INDER) Monday here. Read More

More than 650 thousand Latin Americans recover sight

More than 650 thousand Latin Americans and Caribbean people have recovered their sight thanks to the eye-surgery Operation Miracle program, an initiative promoted by Cuba and Venezuela. Read More

Cuba classifies for 2008 Women's Volleyball Grand Prix

Led by Nancy Carrillo's 13-point haul, Cuba beat Brazil in straight sets (25-22, 25-19, 25-18) on Monday during the last day of the preliminary phase of the 6th Pan American Women's Volleyball Cup that is underway in the Mexican city of Colima. Read More

Cuba to assemble chinese buses

Cuba will assemble the first 200 Chinese YUTONG buses imported from the Asian nation as part of the Cuban-Chinese collaboration starting in the second semester of 2007, and these buses will be destined to Havana's inter-municipal transportation. Read More

US Blockade of Cuba condemned by Pacific Islands

Representatives of the Pacific island states accredited at the United Nations ratified their support for Cuba and condemned the US economic, commercial and financial blockade of the Caribbean nation on Tuesday. Read More

Cuba demands banking rights

Cuban deputies repudiated on Tuesday the decision of Swiss and Colombian banks to reject the payments of the Cuban Assembly of the People's Power (Parliament) to two international parliamentary bodies due to US pressure. Read More