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Giselle succeeds in Paris with the guidance of Alicia Alonso

"Giselle", an original work by the French writer, poet and literary critic, Teofile Gautier, returns to stage, on this occasion, under the guidance of our prima ballerina assolutta and Director of the Cuban National Ballet, Alicia Alonso. Read More

Still alive traditions of Santiago de Cuba Carnival

Cubans and especially those from Santiago de Cuba like carnivals, the sprees, charangas or other kinds of invitation, but they choose to enjoy this show, its like paying tribute to the tradition Read More

Last group of cuban athletes travel to Rio de Janeiro

The last group of the Cuban delegation participating in the Rio de Janeiro 2007 Pan American Games is arriving on Friday in that Brazilian city with the commitment of preserving the islands second spot in those competitions. Read More

Interview with Valerie Hemingway, last secretary of Ernest Hemingway

In occasion of the 108 birthday of the renowned US writer on July 21, we publish extracts of an interview with Valerie Hemingway, the last secretary the renowned US writer had (1959-1961), conducted by Gladys Rodríguez Ferrero Read More

Cuba establishes real-time bird flu detection system

Cuba has trained personnel to face an avian flu epidemic such as the one affecting many countries in southeast Asia Read More

50th anniversary of Ches rise to Commander of the Revolution

The Argentinean - Cuban Guerrilla-Fighter himself left account of the occasion in his book Memorias Pasajes de la Guerra Revolucionaria (1956-1958). Read More

The Washington Post criticizes yankee prison in Guantánamo

"No government should be allowed to arrest persons indefinitely without opportunity to present claims before the prison authorities" says de Washington Post Read More

Cuba deserves respect, says Barbados PM

Cuba should be respected for what it is and be left to follow its own path without foreign criticism or interference, said Barbados Prime Minister Owen Arthur, in a meeting Thursday with his Canadian counterpart Stephen Harper. Read More

Over 8,500 medical graduates in Cuba

Graduation ceremonies in the fields of dentistry, medical technology and nursing will be held in every territory. Read More