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September 29th

One more argument to the U.N.

Four weeks before the Iraq invasion which happened in the night of March 19 to 20, 2003, George W. Bush publicly sustained his demands of Saddam Hussein in the following terms: disarmament or war. In private, Bush acknowledged that war was inevitable. Read More

Cuban Dayron Robles defeats Chinas Liu Xiang in Grand Prix in Shanghai

He achieved a 13:01 second time, his second best of the season and a record for this competition. Read More

September 28th

Cubas Contemporaneous Music Festival

Some of the guest artists are Maestros Florentín Giménez (Paraguay), Josep María Balanyá (Spain), Detlef Bensmann (German) and Fernando Mariñas (Mexico). Read More

Almost everything about Bergman

Chaplin Hall offers three sittings to screen 26 films by the greatest and most influential Swedish film maker being among them: El séptimo sello, Fresas salvajes, Persona, Sonata de otoño, Fanny and Alexander. The release scheduled to run until October 24 will be the most important ever offered on the island. Read More

Tropical Storm Karen nears hurricane strength

The storm Karen could become a hurricane later with winds in excess of 74 mph, the hurricane center said, but its most likely track would take it well north of the Caribbean islands and out over open ocean, potentially toward Bermuda. Read More

Music is what moves Chucho Valdes

"Now I'm a mature musician," said Valdes, who is a few weeks shy of his 66th birthday but looks 20 years younger. "Like wine, I age well." Read More

47 years of the CDR work

Fidel proposed: "Lets establish a collective vigilance system to prevent Yankee imperialisms footmen move freely inside our country, because after all we are the ones who live in this city." Read More

USA outlasts Cuba in Women's FIBA tournament

The gold medalist in the FIBA Americas Tournament will earn an automatic bid to the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing. Read More

Court win for Cuban dad in custody case

The girl went into foster care after her mother brought her to the U.S. in 2005 and then attempted suicide days before Christmas. For the past 18 months she has been living with foster parents Joe and Maria Cubas, a wealthy Cuban-American couple Read More

September 27th

Aeroflot unveiled Sukhoi Superjet for Cuba

Russias Sukhoi Civil Aircraft, a subsidiary of Sukhoi Aircraft Holding Company, unveiled yesterday the first Sukhoi Superjet 100 (SSJ) all-new airliner in Komsomolsk-on-Amur. SSJ is due to take off late this year, but the dates could be put off. Russias clients attempt to secure themselves against the deliveries breakdown by sharing risks with manufacturers via penalties and with foreign partners, to which they endeavor to re-address the jets. Read More