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Cuba's many elderly create greater need for resources

By 2025, 26 percent of Cuba's population will be 60 or older, making it one of the top countries in the world for percentage of elderly population. Read More

Sexto Sentido: A vocal quartet with a "sixth sense"

Sexto Sentido have been a hit over the past few years on the island and appeared on the most popular radio, TV and theater shows in Cuba and on other international stages. Read More

Cuban economic growth highlighted in Beijing

Osvaldo Martinez -who is in Beijing at the invitation of the Vice President of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Zhu Jiamu-, has participated in several forums during his stay in that Asian nation. Read More

Cuban with 3-0 against Trinidad&Tobago at NORCECA Volleyball

The top two finishers at the NORCECA Continental Championship will qualify for the 2007 FIVB World Cup in Japan. The top three finishers at the World Cup qualify for the 2008 Olympics in Beijing. Read More

Cuba favors greater african presence on UN Security Council

The Foreign minister, Felipe Pérez Roque said Cuba has a priority policy towards Africa and said ties are excellent between Cuba and the 53 countries that make up the African Union. Read More

Extreme Sports taking off in Cuba

Despite the lack of institutional support to date, several national competitions have already been organized Read More

Orthopedics 2007 Congress in Vinales, Cuba

The organizers expect more than 100 foreign delegates from 16 countries and 210 Cuban delegates to attend Orthopedics 2007. Read More

Las Tunas enjoyed its Carnival

Last Thursday the city opened 25 carnival areas with the performance of more then 50 orchestras from the country and from the province that together with the traditional parade of congas, comparsas and coaches, delighted the inhabitants. Read More

Archaelogists from Cuba and U.S.A. discovered a Cuban aborigin cemetery

The samples collected from that locality ground, where archaeologists restarted their labour after 20 years of research, "would allow to identify the materials used in foods as well as animal remains, and will ease to know ancient stuff from this part of the Museum". Read More