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Alejandro Lora gambled all on art and low budget cinema

He arrived in Cuba on a warm July afternoon, in 2006. He was dressed in a pair of jeans and a blue t-shirt and cheap shoes. His luggage consisted of a few clothes and the bulkiest: a video camera, a tripod and a computer with all the hardware necessary to make videos. Read More

Chilean Poet to Open Casa 2008 Prize

Twenty one writers and literature scholars will be in charge of selecting the award winning works from January 21 to 31, reviewing the selections in the fields of poetry, story, essay of historical-social subjects, Caribbean literature in French or Creole and Brazilian literature. Read More

Mexicans Thanks Cuba for Medical Assistance

A total of 47 doctors and nurses from the Caribbean island went in support to the citizens of Tabasco after flooding from over flown rivers and persistent rains hit the area this past October. Read More

Havana, a Vast Archeological Site

Conversation with Roger Arrazcaeta, director of the City Historians Department of Archeology, a scientific institution that celebrated its 20th anniversary. Read More

The Biggest Sugar Producer of Cuba Is About to Begin Harvest

A wire from the Cuban News Agency points out that the Antonio Guiteras should process 70 percent of the cane of the whole territory, at a rhythm of 11, 000 tons of sugar cane during 24 hours. Read More

"That is the falseness and inconsistency of the US justice"

These Cuban women have received the US government"s negative to enter in US national territory, violating the human rights of the Cuban Five and their relatives. Read More

Cuban cultural embassy on tour around Venezuela

This experience is being repeated for the fifth year in a row and it adds troubadours, improvisers, comedians, poetry readers and small musical bands which at the start of the 49th anniversary of the triumph of the Revolution. Read More

In Cuba to pay tribute to Luis Braille

ANCI and MINED undertook a literacy campaign in that method in 1979 and 1983 through which more than 500 blind people learned to read and write and it got Cuba a UNESCO Award. Read More

Cuba Reinforces Electoral Preparations

The 1,815 candidates for the seats, 614 of them for the People's Power National Assembly, will keep attending meetings with neighbors from the municipalities and districts that they represent. Read More

New proposals for a National Monument in Cuba

The town of El Cobre and the Rafael María de Mendive Pre-Universitary Institute, in Santiago de Cuba, are proposed as National Monuments. Read More