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September 17th

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

September 16th

Cubas water reservoir levels high in 2007

The rainfall in the January-August period, 1,003 millimeters, represents 114 percent of the historical average. Read More

Cuba increased production of canned food

The Yayabo plant, in the provincial capital, has been remodeled to process more than 30 varieties of fruit and vegetables. Read More

New International Trade Arbitration Court in Cuba

The court is a branch of Cuba's Chamber of Commerce, replaces the Foreign Trade Arbitration Court that, for over 40 years, determined the relations between Cuban companies and their world counterparts. Read More

Cuban Sommeliers choose best Havana Cigars

The selection was made during a cigar-tasting meeting at the Hotel President in Havana by 27 experts, who have met regularly for several years to choose the best Cuban cigars. Read More

Cuba silver in the men's ten-meter platform synchronized event with Guerra and Fornaris

The Chinese dream team swept the first four golds on Saturday at the third and last leg of 2007 FINA Diving World Series. Read More

New ophthalmological facilities in Camagüey

An eye clinic was inaugurated in the provincial capital, where 3,522 patients have been operated on from January to date. Read More

Six countries to launch book on Che Guevara

Several books by Cuban writers Adys Cupull and Froilan Gonzalez on late legendary guerrilla fighter Ernesto Che Guevara will be published this year in Argentina, Ecuador, Bolivia, Mexico, Italy and China to commemorate his 80th birthday. Read More