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Cuba starts to shine in World Championships

Dayron Robles and Yoel Hernandez overcame the first round of the 110 meters hurdles, while Sonia Bisset proceeded to the javelin finals and Roxana Diaz moved on to the quarter-finals in the 200 meters Read More

Pedro Enrique Pena, a talent of the guitar

This young Cuban guitar player, admirer of the work of master Leo Brouwer, won first prize at the International Guitar Contest in Mexico. Read More

And the 8th Annual Latin Grammy nominees are.....

Orishas, Ibrahim Ferrer and Silvio Rodriguez are some of the cubans nominated to Grammy's Latino 2007 Awards. Read More

First medal for Cuba at IAAF World Championships

Discus thrower Yarelis Barrios gave Cuba its first medal during the 11th World Championships of the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) that are currently underway in Osaka, Japan. Read More

Choice medical services signs agreement with Cubanacan Turismo y Salud, Cubas health tourism leader

Choice Medical Services has arranged for an uninsured Georgia man to go to Cuba for low-cost medical care. He is expected to arrive in Cuba by early September for orthopedic surgery. Separately, Choice has signed an agreement with Cubanacan Turismo Y Salud (Cubanacan Tourism & Health), that allows Choice to provide access to Cuba's leading hotels and resorts for use by its patients. Read More

Cuba will not participate in upcoming World Boxing Championships

The Cuban Boxing Federation announced that the island will not participate in the upcoming World Championships of the sports scheduled for October 21st to November 3rd in Chicago, United States. Read More

Flora and fauna: Cuba rescues threatened species

This project is to protect the little more than 300 species of Coccothrinax crinita, distributed between Las Pozas and Rio Viejo, Bahia Honda, which species was reduced by overexploitation of the 10 meter plant. Read More

Brother is the first to testifie in cuban custody case

The boy was the first witness in a trial to determine whether the girl's father, Rafael Izquierdo, is fit to regain custody of her and return to Cuba, or whether she should stay in the U.S. with her wealthy foster parents. Read More

Cuba remembers Vilo Acuña, Che's Second-in-Command, on 40th anniversary of his death

He fell on August 31st 1967 in an ambush at Puerto Mauricio on the Río Grande, together with several other guerilla fighters Read More

In Cuba co-president of german left

The recently created German Party of the Left is the result of the merger between the Part of the Democratic Socialism and the Electoral Alliance Party for Labor and Social Justice and it has become the third political power with representation in the German Parliament. Read More