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June 23rd

US Lawmakers Seek to Open Cuba Trade

Lawmakers from both parties proposed opening up agriculture exports to Cuba and ending travel restrictions, putting them at odds with a White House adamantly opposed to easing a half-century-old embargo. Read More

Michael Moore's 'SiCKO' turns up on the Internet 2 weeks before documentary's release

<span class="text">Viewers hoping to get a free look at Michael Moore&#39;s newest film, &quot;SiCKO,&quot; were out of luck Monday after YouTube pulled links to pirated versions of the health-care documentary that surfaced on the video-sharing Web site over the weekend.</span> Read More

Relations between Cuba and Colombia Enhanced after Meeting

Delegations from Colombia and Cuba described bilateral relations in several fields as an example of cooperation between developing nations, it was reported here on Thursday. Read More

The Return of San Juan (the traditional feast of the 18th century) in Camaguey

Carnival in Camaguey comes this year with the day of San Juan, recovering the traditional feast of the 18th century, reported the Cuban News Agency. The ceremony will start from the balconies of the local government building, former Town Hall, as it was done three centuries ago. Read More

Salon and Colloquium on Digital Art concludes in Cuba

Creativity, fun and search livened up the sessions of the Ninth Salon and Colloquium on Digital Art, the end of which was marked on Friday by the exhibition of prize-winning audiovisual works. Read More

June 22nd

National Tournament of Weight Lifting next July 2007 in Las Tunas

The Junior National Olympiad of the Cuban Sport to take place in Las Tunas next July will be headed by Alberto Pupo, who is competing in the Junior World Championship of Weight Lifting, he will also be accompanied by other seven team mates of this territory. Read More

Congenital malformations with a very low index in Cuba. 90% are early diagnosed.

Nearly 90% of congenital malformations, one of the main causes of mortality among children, are diagnosed in Cuba thanks to an efficient infant-maternal program implemented throughout the island. Read More

Coralline as biomaterial for implants in Cuba

Cuban scientific research has developed an effective biomaterial that is capable of reconstructing damaged bone tissue or tissue lost due to congenital causes, from trauma or other types of pathologies. Read More

Cuban son is alive, the 12th National Septet Festival will be held in Havana from June 28 to July 1, 2007

What started as a party for traditional Cuban music, has become the 12th National Septet Festival to be held in Havana from June 28 to July 1 with the participation of 20 groups from 10 provinces. Read More

Drawings among rocks, by Jesus Gastell

When watching his drawings, more than technique- exquisite by the way- you notice a philosophical touch in every one of his works. Jesús Gastell Soto is an artist well known by the cultural project Glermitag, a workshop house that promotes collective and personal painting exhibitions of young artists and those committed to art. Read More