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In Pinar del Río, Cuba: Renal condition patients do continuous ambulatory peritoneal dialysis (CAPD)

Pinar renal condition patients do continuous ambulatory peritoneal dialysis (CAPD) as part of an experience that involves eight other Cubans that suffer from this kidney problem. Read More

Alicia Alonso Dance School Opens in Mexico

A dance institute bearing the name of renowned Cuban ballerina Alicia Alonso has opened in the Mexican state of Tecamachalco. The new school will be following the program of the Cuban Ballet School. Read More

Cuba: Province of Las Tunas Receives Help from Dominican Republic for Repairs

Some 4, 000 tiles of zinc and 5, 000 wooden strips arrived at the province of Las Tunas coming from the Dominican Republic, to recoup some of the damages caused by the hurricane Ike. Read More

Cuba Celebrates Russian Culture

The program of activities included the dedication of a Russian Orthodox Cathedral erected at the city's historical quarter. Read More

The Hermanos Saíz Association (HAS) within Cuban culture during its 22 years of life.

The Minister of Culture, Abel Prieto Jiménez, highlighted that the organization has played a primordial role in denouncing the pervasiveness of foreign cultural models<br /> Read More

New Center of Ophthalmology Offers Services in Las Tunas, Cuba

The service to patient with eye affections improves notably in the eastern province of Las Tunas, with the opening of a new center of ophthalmology in the hospital Ernesto (Che) Guevara, of this city. Read More

Habanos Day Celebrated in Moscow

Cuban cigars most famous brands were exhibited at the Habanos Day in Moscow to introduce them to Russian cigar aficionados who might not be able to travel to Cuba in February to attend the Festival de Habanos S.A. Read More

More than a million members of José Martí Pioneer Organization chose the leaders an exercise in Cuban Democracy

More than a million young members of José Martí Pioneer Organization on Friday chose the leaders who will represent to them in elementary and secondary schools Read More

Bridge for the Cuban Five

Drawings by Antonio Guerrero, one of the Cuban Five imprisoned in the US, and photos by Bill Hackwell, member of the US National Committee to Free the Cuban Five, comprise an exposition titled &quot;A Bridge of Solidarity&quot; that just opened at the Computer Palace in Havana. Read More

Cuba Issue Weighs on US Elections

I’m living in Cuba , not the United States , but even so I’m tired of the US presidential campaign. It’s been going longer than the last three TV soap operas combined!<br /> There has been extensive coverage here, with entire round table programs dedicated to the subject and almost daily reports and opinion pieces in the newspapers. Read More