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September 8th

Carlos Lage gives Expocuba 2007 Awards

Among the most significant exhibits are those dedicated to the 40th anniversary of the fall of Ernesto Che Guevara in combat and the one to the emergency campaign hospital of the Henry Reeve International Medical Detachment. Read More

Iván Pedroso and the painful goodbye

Athletes prefer to retire in the exact moment when they understand that their skills are not the same. Its preferable a retirement in time than the constant humiliation of seeing themselves relegated by athletes who they beat once. Iván Pedroso does not need to prove anything else. He has a secure spot now, and for life among the immortals of Cuban sports. And that should be enough. Read More

Frank Fernández in Colombia

Fernández, labeled one of the most versatile performers of the present day, affirmed hes scheduled to have a presentation in the Colombian Ministry of Culture to launch CD "Dos trovadores" (Two Troubadours) along with Puerto Rican singer-songwriter Danny Rivera. Read More

Special limited Habanos on market today

The Ediciones Limitadas 2007 is especially aimed for tobacco collectors and demanding smokers, and includes Trinidad Ingenios, Romeo y Julieta Escudos and Hoyo de Monterrey Regalos. Read More

Cuba is creating a new concept of tourism for the high tourist season

Minister of Tourism is creating a new concept of small heritage inns and working to make Cuba a "huge cultural plaza." Read More

Cubas Immunoassay Research Center reaches twenty

The research institution has the capacity to develop the equipment and the diagnostic techniques and the computer software required for its use; it also provides technical support and assistance to all its clients who use the technologies. Furthermore, it provides supervision to the healthcare programs where they are applied. Its leading products are the SUMA ultramicroanalytic system, and the UMELISA and UMTEST reagents kits used for diagnostic screening purposes. Read More

New university courses on Cuban Television

The University for All television programs resume their broadcasts with five new courses starting September 10. The classes are shown on the nationwide Cuban TV stations in different time blocks to accommodate different work and class schedules. Read More

Cuban health cooperation benefits poorest hondurans

In the Honduran communities assisted by Cuban doctors, the infant mortality rate has dropped from the national average of 37 per every 1,000 live births to 10, and that through July of this year the maternal mortality rate has been kept at zero. Read More

September 7th

Holguin ends cycle on winners of Nobel Prize of Literature

The cycle on Nobel Prize of Literature winners came as part of the summer season program aimed at fostering reading as a sound recreation form. Read More

Cuban Doctors assist victims of Hurricane Felix in Nicaragua

A Cuban medical brigade is currently assisting victims of Hurricane Felix in the Caribbean coast of Nicaragua. Read More