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Maraguán continues its highly-successful tour across Europe

Formed basically by students of the University of Camagüey, the ensemble received continuous enthusiastic ovations at the 50th Festival de Confolens, France, one of the oldest international events on folklore and traditions. Read More

Cuba: The most beautiful land that human eyes have ever seen

<span style="color: black">There is a place in Cuba coasts with a special natural, historical and tourist attraction.<span> </span>We are referring to the northeastern littoral region of the island in Holguin province.<span> </span>There, in one of its beaches known as Bariay where Admiral Christopher Columbus disembarked discovering the isle of Cuba.<span> </span>It was then when he expressed the immortal phrase: "This is the <span>most</span> <span>beautiful</span> land that human eyes have ever seen"</span><span style="font-size: 10pt; font-family: Arial; color: black">.<span> </span></span><span style="color: black">Sculptural monuments there evoke the event.</span> Read More

Cuba makes achievements in homeopathy

Experts noted that homeopathy has been successfully used to treat patients suffering from herpes zoster, as proved in a study of 65 patients in the city of Guantánamo. Homeopathy is cheaper than conventional therapy and does not cause side effects. Read More

Eastern Cuba increases lobster capture

According to experts, Hurricane Dean, which hit the Caribbean region recently, increased the populations of lobsters in the area. Read More

Dance Contest at Meliá Varadero Hotel

The experts noted that the prize for the winning couple would be a one-week stay at the Meliá Varadero Hotel. Read More

Zimbabwe's Vice President arrived in her second visit to Cuba

Ropa Mujuru emphasized that she came to Cuba to continue strengthening her country's educational, health, and women protection programs with Havana. Read More

Sancti Spiritus: The process of nomination of candidates for the Peoples Power municipal assemblies

The residents in every electoral district can nominate or be nominated no matter sex, race, religion or social origin in the different assemblies that will be over next September 26th. Read More

Hurricane Felix death toll rises in Nicaragua

The authorities say 18,477 have been displaced and housed in more than 100 temporary hostels, 8,848 houses were destroyed and the communication networks have collapsed. Read More

Silvio Rodríguez on a Spain Tour soon

Silvio Rodríguez was nominated to the 2007 Latin Grammy Awards in the Best Singer-Songwriter Album category with "Érase que se era" (Once Upon a Time), a double CD that "attracted the unanimous attention of the public and critics". The singer-songwriter will perform accompanied by Niurka González (flute and clarinet), Oliver Valdés (percussion) and Trovarroco Trio (Rachid López, Maikel Elizarde and César Bacaró). Read More

Cuba offers help to rebuild Angola

Angola is living a very special moment, and reconstruction efforts can be seen nationwide Read More