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September 24th

An small hotel can be elegant: Iberostar Trinidad

This lodging is the most recent and smallest of the 85 hotels the Spanish company Iberostar operates throughout the world. Read More

Las Tunas: Sugar harvest preparations is OK

The preparations for the next sugar harvest in Cuba are progressing at a good pace, it needs technological support able to respond to the demands of a long and intense harvest Read More

'Te espero en la eternidad' raises expectation

The story takes place in Havana in 2006. Amalia is a widow santera priest, lives with her 10-year-old grandson Mayito in a small room of an old building located on a street corner of Vedado neighbourhood. Shes the one who calls on each family member to assemble and listen to the Moral Will that her recently-deceased husband Octavio had left... Read More

Cuba makes splash at Japan Tourism Fair

The Jata 2007 event at the Big Sight Conference Center served as a place of interchange for travel agencies and tour operators from 134 countries. Read More

Ozone for life in eastern Las Tunas province

The application in the eastern province of 135,000 therapeutic sessions to more than 6,700 patients, since 1993, indicates how specialists from all over the country use the curative properties of ozone gas on diverse diseases and anomalies detrimental to human health. Read More

ALBA Latin American integration moving forward

The second meeting of the Council of Secretaries of the new integration model concluded yesterday after deciding to establish a Permanent Coordinator Read More

Dayron Robles won the men's 110m hurdles in style and steals the show

Despite the absence of reigning World and Olympic champion Liu Xiang who set an exceptional competition record 12.93 on this same track last year, the line-up included all the ingredients for a sparkling finale. Read More

September 23rd

Fidel Castro meets dos Santos, Angolan President

For one hour and 45 minutes, both leaders recalled the close links between the two peoples, as well as talked of the current situation in their respective countries and the bilateral relations in different economic and social spheres Read More

U.S. women fall to Cuba in NORCECA finals

U.S. Womens National Volleyball Team lost a grueling five-set match to Cuba 22-25, 25-18, 19-25, 25-23, 18-16 in the NORCECA Continental Championship gold medal match Saturday afternoon at Winnipeg, Canada. Read More

Cuban cigar aroma, taste and art

The artist Carlos Manuel Matalobos displays a special technique for designing antique and contemporary cigar brands artistically garnished with tobacco leaves crafted in the form of masks and god images. Read More