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Young Cuban girl in the finals of a competition in Asturias

The young Cuban girl, Carmen María Vázquez, is taking part in the ninth edition of the Spanish competition. She passed the final test of the International Violin Competition in Villa de Llanes, Asturia, Spain In the event there are also competitions in viola and cello. Read More

Iberian american secretary praises social work in Cuba

«It is very stimulating to know that there is a group of young people taking care of social problems. You are a very important strength in society; Im impressed that there are 42,000 people involved in this work. My congratulations for the beautiful task you are carrying out,» said Enrique Iglesias, general secretary of the Iberian American organization. Read More

Cuban kids head back to school on Monday

Schools start up in Cuba this year on September 3. A total of 3.3 million students, half a million of them provided with full room and board, will be in classrooms throughout the country. The minister of Education said we will have 175,000 qualified teachers serving along with 32,000 students studying education Read More

Dialogue of civilizations: alliances are needed to save the world

Book launching: El Dialogo de Civilizaciones (Dialogue of civilizations) by Commander in Chief Fidel Castro Ruz. The book is a compilation of two speeches by the leader of the Cuban Revolution, in which he addresses the serious problems faced by humankind as a result of the obsessive hegemonic policies of the United States, and speaks about the only possible solutions to save the planet. Read More

Felix strengthening in the Eastern Caribbean

At 800 am ast...1200z...the center of Tropical Storm Felix was located near latitude 12.4 north longitude 62.8 west or about 75 miles-120 km west-northwest of Grenada. Read More

Pernik hotel opens an art-gallery room

Room 202 smells pure art. Its the eighth room that the prestigious hotel located in the eastern province of Holguin destines to display the best of the Cuban art. Theyre named after national celebrities of culture like Leo Brouwer, Nelson Domínguez, Esther Borjas, Cosme Proenza and most recently Francisco Javier Suárez, a glass expert. Read More

Casa de las Américas magazine pays a tribute to Raúl Roa

The magazine opens with the speech delivered by Ricardo Alarcón de Quesada, on the commemorative session honouring Raul Roa Centennial. This publishing pays a tribute to the Foreign Minister of Dignity through testimonies by friends and collaborators, and also includes a poem by Cintio Vitier dedicated to him. Read More

Cuban women pay tribute to "Tania la Guerrillera"

Colloquium on Friday to commemorate the 40th anniversary of the death in Bolivia of international guerrilla fighter Tamara Bunke, better known by her alias Tania. Read More

United Nations Ambassador says Cuba is prepared to collaborate with UN on Human Rights

Cuba is ready to resume co-operation with the UN on human rights, given the changes that have taken place in the organisation, expressed Cuba's ambassador to the UN. Read More

Cuba aids uruguayan Ophthalmology

Almost 2,000 Uruguayans of limited economic resources have had free eye operations in Cuba Read More