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Pinar del Río with high marine biodiversity

<div align="left">It is estimated that about 13 thousand marine species live in the archipelago, therefore, near 30 percent of them has not been discovered yet, especially microorganisms and deep water fauna.</div> Read More

Cuban Heroine Celia Sanchez Honored by Social Workers

During the ceremony, participants sang songs, read poems and laid a wreath by a bronze sculpture dedicated to Celia at the Lenin Park in Havana. Read More

Holguin Increased its Teledensity

This step was prompted by the installation of 3,415 new services in current and alternative lines, but a long way short of the populations needs. Read More

Amnesty International calls for U.S. to Close Down Guantánamo Prison

The head of the organization in Spain also mentioned that they are set to stage other events in order to ensure that this subject is tackled in the presidential campaigns in the United States. Read More

National Monument inscription at the Fragua Martiana to be unveiled

The Fragua Martiana Museum is a centre belonging to the Havana University that carries out research and teaching activities regarding the life and work of Jose Marti, the hero of the Cuban independence. Read More

Casa awards start the literary party in Cuba

Gonzalo Rojas, from Chile, recognised by many as the best living poet of his country and one of the greatest of the XX century in Latin America is the honour guests of the event and will open the contest. Read More

Social Infrastructure Boosted in Cuba

Despite the tangible results government leaders are calling for greater efficiency, technical abilities, stability and labor productivity. Read More

Lizt Alfonso Ballet Debuts "Vida" in Havana

Vida was first premiered at the Royal Alexandra Theatre in Toronto and competed with 34 other works. It is the story of a grandmother recounting past memories to her granddaughter Alma. Read More

Cuba Hosts International Conference on World Challenges and Marti's Thinking

This event will follow in the footsteps of the first conference held in 2003, which gave birth to the World Council of the Jose Marti Project, said on Thursday Armando Hart Davalos, President of the Jose Marti Cultural Society. Read More

La Colmenita succeeds once again in Seville

"La Colmenita" performs in Seville again. Boys, girls and adults filled the room with the sight on the stage. Read More