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Every inhabitant in Camagüey to plant a tree

The consequences of losing the worlds green umbrella are no longer a forecast for the future; global heating is a real confirmation, among other things, of the progressive weakness of the forests worldwide. Read More

Polito Ibáñez & Pablo Milanés' joint work

Polito Ibáñez is recording together with Trova Movement icon Pablo Milanés a song for his new disc Sombras amarillas Read More

Cuban and Spanish Businesspeople talked in Havana

The meeting of the Cuba-Spain Business Cooperation Committee began on Thursday in Havana and one of the main topics on the agenda was the definition of the working program for the 2007-2008 period Read More

Caribbean surgeons exchange experiences in Cuba

Caribbean Medical Association(CMA) is a non-profit NGO seeking to help improve the health levels of Caribbean nations and brings together experts from all medical specialties. Read More

Cuban Rx a leader in CentroAmerican market

Lopez Labs, present in Cuba since 1994, also imports culture mediums produced by Cuba's research center BIOCEN and has plans to expand to Mexico, the US, Panama, Costa Rica, Russia and several countries in Eastern Europe. Read More

China delivers 200 articulated buses to Cuba

The buses will arrive shortly in the island where they will be incorporated into urban service. Yutong, which is one of the leader bus companies in Asia, had previously sold 1,000 buses to Cuba that are already in service in all the provinces throughout the island. Read More

San Ambrosio School

The building has all the characteristics of early Spanish architecture in Cuba. The Arab influence is also noticeable given the long presence of that culture in the Iberian Peninsula, lasting from the year 711 until 1492. Read More

Portuguese Film Festival opens in Cuba

Five Days, Five Nights " is inspired by the autobiographical novel by Alvaro Cunhal, highlighting the placid rural environment of bygone Europe Read More

New CDR Museum opens in Havana

With ideas, donations, and joint efforts, the CDR museum has become a reality. It now opens its doors to tell the stories of neighborhood efforts, which is the story of this mass organization. Read More

Cuban puppeteer awarded in Spain

Cuban professor and researcher Freddy Artiles was awarded the 2007 Gorgorito Prize in Spain Read More