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Cuban sculpture Alberto Lescay will reproduce a sculpture of of the Che Guevara in Venezuela.

Cuban sculpture Alberto Lescay will reproduce a sculpture of Argetinean-born Ernesto Che Guevara, at the request of the Cuban Culture Ministry, to be placed on one of the mountains of the state of Carabobo in Venezuela. Read More

General Elections Conclude in Cuba, in almost 39 thousand polling stations closed at 18:00 local time.

At 12:30 local time, over 7.6 million citizens had attended the polling stations, for 89.71 percent of the registered voters, said Tomas Amaran, Secretary of the National Electoral Commission. Read More

The singer Silvio Rodríguez and Humanist Expedition in Cuba

"Expedición is not only the name of a song and a record I conceived when the Cuban people was fighting for the return of Elián González to Cuba, it is also a symbol of respect I feel for all the citizens of my country", explained the singer. Read More

The Cuban singer Amaury Pérez Vidal presented his latest novel

The novel combines facets of my personality, black humor, magic realism, customs, tragic comedy, lyric, irony, nonsense and fantasy. Read More

Will Fidel Castro Be Back?

If that is true, and there is little reason to doubt it, the Cuban leader sidelined by emergency intestinal surgery nearly 18 months ago is now eligible for election to the Council of State, which in turn elects the nation's president from among its members. Read More

Cuban President Fidel Castro exercised his right to vote Sunday in Havana.

He announced it in a message, sent to the people of Western Cuba, affected by rains and winds. The cold, the rain and the wind appear to be conspiring against our elections, said the Cuban leader. Read More

January marked the sixth year anniversary of the establishment of the Guantanamo detention camp

Guantanamo is staying in business, for the exact same reason that the Iraq war rages on, and for similar reasons to why the Bush administration's failing global policy persists. Read More

Feeling was born in Cuba, in the end of the first half of the 20th century

If there have been two musical genres in the second half of the 20th century with great coincidences, common nuances and mutual influences, those are the Feeling Movement in Cuba and the Bossa Nova in Brazil. Read More

Miguel Barnet: meeting of high quality Cuban artists and writers

According to Barnet, the meeting will be held at the Convention Palace from the 1st until the 4th of April, "in those days we will have work sessions, commissions and special interventions". Read More