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A textbook of African poets will be edited in Cuba

A dictionary of the researcher Rogelio Martínez Furé, which summarizes the life and work of the most important African poets, is currently edited in Cuba. Read More

The British photographer JOBO to be interested in Cuban landscape

The British photographer JOBO will be capturing landscapes from the Cuban geography with his camera. Viñales and Trinidad will be his preferred scenarios, which he frequently heard mentioned with much admiration by several colleagues. Read More

Concert for Cuban Five in Argentina

Argentinean singers and songwriters gave a concert at Villa Ballester Square, in Buenos Aires, to demand the release of five Cuban antiterrorists jailed in the United States. Read More

In Pinar del Río, Cuba: Tight top in Provincial Chess Tournament

Six players share with two points the first position of the first category Provincial Chess Semifinal Tournament that takes place in the municipal academy José Raúl Capablanca of Pinar del Río. Read More

Cuba graduated on Monday 641 Chinese students from the third intensive Spanish Language course.

The official graduation ceremony was attended by Chinese ambassador to Havana Zhao Rongxian, who thanked the Cuban people and government for the hospitality offered to the Asian students.<br /> Read More

Ecosystem Recovery in Camagüey, the largest of the provinces of Cub

Natural regeneration to herbaceous communities affected by hurricane Ike favors ecosystem recovery in Camaguey, the largest of the provinces of Cuba. Read More

In Santiago de Cuba the remodeling of the aqueduct: The work of the century for that city

The works to remodel the aqueduct of this Cuban eastern city continue today to solve an old problem for its inhabitants, an investment considered by many the work of the century in this city.<br /> Read More

Santiago de Cuba Readies for Peak Tourist Season

Eastern Santiago de Cuba province is ready to meet the growing demand from foreign vacationers during the upcoming peak tourist season.<br /> Read More