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Cuba runs network for sightless

Funded by the National Organization of Spanish Blind for Latin America, the network will run two branches in Havana and in Havana, Matanzas and Villa Clara provinces. Read More

Fidel Castro reflects on Cuba's history

These reflections, which will continue in the coming days, are especially for new generations, so that they learn very important facts and decisions on the fate of our homeland. Read More

Top teams one step away from FIVB World Grand Prix final

Cuba, the United States and China are from fourth to sixth place at FIVB World Grand Prix. Read More

Storm Dean grows in Atlantic

It was then expected to become a Category 3 hurricane with winds topping 110 mph (177 kph) as it headed through the Caribbean Sea toward Jamaica early next week. Read More

Cuban Director Gutiérrez Alea honoured at Panamanian Film Festival

Recognised as one of the founders of Cuban cinema, Gutiérrez Alea wrote and directed over twenty films and documentaries since he began his career in the late 1950s, until his death in 1996. Read More

Cuban Journalist Union awards Fidel Honorary Prize

Also awarded prizes at the ceremony held at UPEC's headquaters in Havana were journalists Nicolás de la Peña, Tomás Álvarez and Nydia Sarabia, who were praised for their extensive and committed work in the media and for Cuba. Read More

Modern electronic meters installed free of charge in cuban homes

Brigades of the Cuban Electric Union (UNE) are installing modern electricity meters are being installed in Cuban houses and businesses whose consumption does not exceed 50 kwh. Read More

Havana will host business event of Non-Aligned Countries

The Second Business Forum of the Movement of Non-Aligned Countries (MNOAL) will take place on November 2-3 in Havana. Read More

Cuba's first founded town Baracoa celebrates 496th Anniversary

"Nuestra Señora de la Asuncion de Baracoa" was the name given in 1511 to the first town founded by the Spanish colonizers upon their arrival in Cuba. Exactly 496 years later, the inhabitants of today's Baracoa town, in the easternmost province of Guantanamo, celebrate one more anniversary. Read More

Jamicans students in Cuba

Five of the 16 students from St. Mary currently studying in Cuba. From left: Shana-Kay Wedderburn, Shekira Wildman, Milton Andrews, Josiah Wilson and Rochelle Moyston. - Rudolph Brown/Chief Photographer Read More