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July 27th

Cayo Coco: paradise hotels to the center and north of Cuba

<p class="MsoNormal"><span style="font-size: 12pt; font-family: &quot;Times New Roman&quot;">The Jardines del Rey archipelago is located to the north of the central part of the country.<span> </span>It is considered one of the most important tourist resorts of the island.<span> </span></span> <p class="MsoNormal"><span> </span> Read More

July 26th

Paying homage to a diva, Zenaida Armenteros

In paying homage to the diva, the Consejo Nacional de las Artes Escénicas organized a honouring program presented at the Centro Hispanoamericano de Cultura. Read More

Fishers dive for lobsters in Trinidad, Cuba

Several local fishermen catch the crustacean by diving into the sea, thus they sometimes have to plunge into the water a hundred times a day. Read More

Cuba: Raul Castro affirms defense is nothing to play with

The minister of the Revolutionary Armed Forces announced that by the end of next year, Cuba will organize the Bastion 2008 military exercise as a continuation of the Caguairan Operation, aimed to the preparation for the defense of the people that will mobilize over a million Cubans. Read More

Ibero-America hails cuban literacy course

Cuban Education Minister Luis Ignacio Gomez spoke about the achievements of his country's educational system and implementation of the Revolution's educational programs and explained Cuba's solidarity and support to other countries. Read More

Cuban paralympic athletes to travel to Brazil

A Cuban Special Olympics delegation, led by a group of world champions, will travel to Sao Paulo, Brazil on July 29 to compete with visually-impaired athletes from around the world. Read More

Cuban health matches superpowers

Infant mortality in Camaguey totals 4.5 deaths per 1,000 live births, zero maternal mortality in 2007 and 4.9 percent low weight at birth. Read More

Cuban anti-cancer meds in Malaysia

Malaysian specialists will be testing the Cuban vaccine on 230 voluntary patients from 14 hospitals of Malaysia, over two and a half years. Read More

Burlington College to send students to Cuba

Burlington College is starting a program that will send 15 students to Cuba for a semester to study at the University of Havana. Read More