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US Soccer Team Meets Cuba in Washington

The U.S. men's soccer team will take on visiting Cuba Saturday in a 2010 World Cup qualifying match at RFK Stadium in Washington. VOA Sports Editor Parke Brewer reports a U.S. victory in the nation's capital will clinch a berth for the Americans in the final round of regional qualifying. Read More

Cuba, Hygienic-Sanitary and Epidemic Guarantee

The nation of Cuba guarantees an appropriate hygienic-sanitary and epidemic procedures with the formation of the human capital and the acquisition of material resources, in spite of the US blockade against the Caribbean island. <br /> Read More

In Sydney the Cuban Music

The presentation of the Look Book record of Eliades Ochoa and his Patria quartet was crowned with success, commented organizers of the event dedicated to the Cuban music and culture.<br /> Read More

The paradigmatic Changüí Guantánamo record to be commercialized in France

The CD Bongó de Monte, of the paradigmatic Changuí Guantánamo (image) is in the French market, from where the group returned after performing at the Casino theatre of the French capital and at the Lille Festival of that nation. Read More

Cubans Celebrate October 10

On the eve of the 140th anniversary of La Demajagua uprising, Cubans gathered at the statute of Carlos Manuel de Céspedes in the Plaza de Armas in Old Havana to pay tribute to the father of independence Read More

The Revolution Began with First War of Independence, Ricardo Alarcon President of the Cuban Parliament

The President of the Cuban parliament, Ricardo Alarcon, presided over the national act held in this city to mark the 140th anniversary of the start of the independence wars in Cuba. Read More

Cuban First VP Jose Ramon Machado Ventura, Urges Speedy Planting of Short-Cycle Crops

Cuba`s First Vice President Jose Ramon Machado Ventura, insisted on the need to speed up the planting of short-cycle crops to relieve the agricultural losses caused by hurricanes Gustav and Ike in the island. Read More

In Las Tunas, Cuba: Theater Stage Begins

The homage of the theater for the 14th anniversary of the Grupo Teatral Huellas and of the competition of performance Blanca Becerra begins with the play Saquemos los trapos al sol (Eliciting Your Secrets) that could be enjoyed in the cinema-theater 28 de septiembre of this city. Read More

Cuban Construction Facilities back to Normal

Hurricanes Gustav and Ike damaged 70 factories of building materials, said deputy minister of Construction, Rafael Soler Deschapelles in a report by daily Juventud Rebelde.<br /> Read More

Bush stands firm on Cuba during Miami visit.

Despite his sinking popularity among Cuban Americans, President Bush continued to hold the line on Cuba travel restrictions during a visit to Miami.<br /> Read More