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Pablo Milanés: Almost always I fall in love with the last song

I am a normal person and everything that happens to the rest of the world happens to me as well: I suffer, enjoy love, live it and much more as people can life in a society like ours where the feelings and the spiritual life can completely be showed. Read More

Barbaro Torres: a fantastic lute player

Being an authentic 'güajiro, Bárbaro Alberto Torres Delgado was born in the province of Matanzas a little more than 40 years ago. At the age of 10 he was already playing the 'tres accompanying his father in the traditional 'canturías or parties held by the 'campesinos or farmers of the locality every weekend. Read More

ALBA member countries examined reach of projects

ALBA is an integration mechanism based on solidarity that was proposed by Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez in order to counteract the Free Trade Area of the Americas promoted by the United States. Read More

Cuban wrestler Mijaín López wins in 120 kg weight class

The Cuban wrestler beat Russias Khasan Baroev, giving the island one of its four tickets to the 2008 Olympics Games in Beijing Read More

The Greater Caribbean this week: The Nationality of Rum

Rum finds its origins in the English, French and Spanish colonies of the Caribbean. In the English colonies it was called Kill Devil while in the French islands it was referred to as Rumbullion, a name that was shortened over the years to Ron in Spanish and Rum in French Read More

US says I'm dying but here I am, Castro tells Cuban TV

Castro said he thought the Bush administration could go to war with Iran and bemoaned the high cost of the war in Iraq Read More

Cuba Wins NORCECA Bronze Medal against Canada

Cuban National Volleyball Team defeated Canada 3-0 (38-36, 25-21, 25-22) on Friday to win the bronze medal at the NORCECA Mens Continental Championship Read More

TECHNOLOGY-CUBA: Widespread resistance to accept Free Software

Although Cuba proclaimed its intention to change its computer operating systems for free software in 2005, the shift seems to depend more on the efforts of a small community of enthusiasts than on the state agencies that are officially in charge. Read More

Cuba expects more than two million tourists in 2007

During the inauguration of the Sixth International Event on Tourism of Nature (TURNAT) in the easternmost city of Baracoa, Cuban Tourism Deputy Minister Alexis Trujillo announced that Cuba will receive more than two million tourists in 2007 Read More

The Sixth Continental Congress of Natural Medicine to be held in Cuba in November

This event will be held in Cuba from November 26-30 with the attendance of experts from ten countries Read More