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Cuba Addresses WTO Council on Crisis

Cuba warned about the effects of the financial crisis on world trade because of the worsening of terms in unequal exchange, credit contraction and the drop of demand. Read More

Cuban Minister Expects Sugar Harvest to Equal Previous Output

Cuba's sugar minister recently stated that the coming sugar harvest would be similar to the previous one, around 1.5 million tons of raw sugar, despite damage inflicted by hurricanes. Read More

Fidel Castro Stresses Actions by Cuban People

Cuban Revolution leader Fidel Castro stated that it is necessary that young revolutionary internationalists, with deep feelings and willing to act, put on record for history the actions carried out by the Cuban people. Read More

Lincoln Diaz-Balart, Raul Martinez rip each other over Cuba, taxes in District 21 debate

Rep. Lincoln Diaz-Balart and his Democratic challenger Raul Martinez heatedly clashed over who has the better temperament for serving in Congress during a debate -- being aired at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday -- that is likely to be the last televised exchange between the two. Read More

Spanish King Juan Carlos awarded Cuba's Prima Ballerina Assoluta Alicia Alonso

Spanish King Juan Carlos awarded Cuba's Prima Ballerina Assoluta Alicia Alonso with the Gold Medal for Merit in Fine Arts, granted by the Spanish government to a group of outstanding international figures. Read More

Medicuba-Swiss Brigade Visiting Cuban CDR

The members of the Medicuba-Switzerland brigade talked with neighbors of an urban district as part of the solidarity activities they develop during their stay in Cuba. Read More

Traveling Caribbean Film Festival in France

The traveling Caribbean Film Festival is visiting France again --the second time this year, but with different films. The aim is to strengthen cultural exchange with a country that has produced 12 Nobel Prize winners. Read More

In Cuba: Culture Within and For the Community

‘Culture Within and For the Community’ is essential to instill values in the people. It is a vehicle that, based on autochthonous elements, contributes to the spiritual enrichment of citizens in their own communities. Read More

Cuban Team Searches Good Performance in Chess Olympiad

Cuba trains hard to obtain a good position in the Chess Olympiad to take place in the German city of Dresden from November 12 to 15.<br /> Read More

Sowing of Tobacco Begins in Cuban Province of Las Tunas

The tobacco planters of Las Tunas province began the sowing of some 1, 475 hectares of that leaf, with which they help so that Cuba recovers as soon as possible from the severe damages, caused in that branch by the hurricane Ike, at beginnings of last month.<br /> Read More