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Fidel's profile by Servando Cabrera

Servando Cabrera (Havana, 1923-1981), painter of fundamentally figurative style, is one of the most important representatives in the Cuban plastic arts of the XX century. Read More

Voters record at cuban polls

These are the differences with systems where the purchase of candidates and votes prevail, as well as indifference of the people when voting. Read More

Havana Carnival awards

Sunday brought the closing Carnival celebration that typically included the big float drives, lots of musicians playing on stages, congas and comparsas in the streets. Read More

Cuban TV premiered two documentaries about Fidel

Premiere on television of the documentaries Entrevistando a Fidel (Interviewing Fidel) and Momentos con Fidel (Moments with Fidel) Read More

Celebrating El Benny's birth anniversary

Cuba's most recognized and beloved singer/composer Benny Moré, " The King of Rhythm", will be honoured on occasion of his 88th birth anniversary with special activities to take place in Havana from August 19th. Read More

Cienfuegos oil refinery dock receives overhaul

Works is underway dredging berths at the Camilo Cienfuegos Oil Refinery to increase capacity to receive 228 meter long crude oil tankers with up to 70,000 tons displacement and a keel depth of 11.9 meters. Read More

Cubas arid southeast turns green

Extending along more than 100 kilometers from the limits of Playa Borracho beach in the province of Santiago de Cuba to Punta de Maisi, Cubas easternmost point, the coastal strip of southern Guantanamo Province has such a harsh climate it has earned the name of the Cuban semi-desert. Read More

A dignified stage of life

Luis Gonzalo Pedraza is 96 years old, but continues to surprise himself. What was apparently unachievable is now in his grasp, "at this late stage in life." Only he knows how much time he has had to wait, how hard the path. Read More

Che Guevara's Cuban daughter becomes an Argentine citizen

Celia Guevara was four years old when her Argentine-born father was killed in Bolivia in 1967, took her oath at the Argentine consulate in Havana. Read More

Tropical depression could become 1st hurricane to hit the Caribbean

A tropical depression in the eastern Atlantic has the "potential" to become tropical storm and its projected path places it in the Caribbean within 5 days, as a category 2 hurricane. Read More