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The Cuban Music Chucho Valdés, Europe, the Middle East and New Plans

Chucho, a constant champion of the magnificent Afro-Cuban jazz, shared the stage in Lebanon with French singer Michel Legrand, the composer of the musical score for Les Parapluies de Cherbourg (The Umbrellas of Cherbourg). Read More

Book Fair in Cuban Universities

Titles by renowned Cuban writers were the main attraction at the book fair in Cuban universities, as part of activities to mark four centuries of the poem ‘Espejo de paciencia’ -the first known Cuban literary work ever. Read More

UN General Assembly Condemns US Economic Blockade against Cuba for the 17th Consecutive Year

The United Nation member nations has for the 17th consecutive year voted in favor of Cuba's Resolution entitled: "Necessity to End the Economic, Commercial and Financial Blockade imposed by the United States of America against Cuba". Read More

Which is the image the world about the identidy of the cubans people?

The perception Cubans have of their own and their circumstances will be main issue to tackle at a digital forum organized by eighty-year old journal Alma Mater. Read More

The cuban book "100 Hours with Fidel" Published for the Second Time in Germany

The second German-language edition of the book "One Hundred Hours with Fidel" has just been published in Germany. The book is based on an interview given by Cuban Revolution leader Fidel Castro to Ignacio Ramonet, director of Le Monde Diplomatique. Read More

Gala Highlights Anniversary Foundation of Noted Institution in Eastern Cuba

The audience enjoying the gala for the celebration of the 16 anniversary of the Iberoamerica House in Holguin city left the Ismaelillo theater deeply pleased with the artists´ performance, what could be no other response to such remarkable cast. Read More

Cuban 110-meter Hurdler Olympic Champion Retires

Sydney 2000 110-meter hurdler Olimpic champion Anier Garcia announced last Friday at a press conference Havana city his retirement from the tracks. Read More

In Cuba: Flemish of Andalusia Shakes Tunas Theater with Premier Gypsy Romance

The stage of Tunas Theater trembled in this city with the premier of the work Romancero gitano (Gypsy Romance), under the leading role of the dancer Cristina Hoyos and the Flamenco Ballet of Andalusia, as part of the inaugural day of the 21st International Ballet Festival of Havana. Read More

Cuban Artists to Attend Third Festival of the Mayan Caribbean Culture in Mexico

Artists from Cuban eastern Santiago de Cuba province will participate in the third Festival of the Mayan Caribbean Culture, from November 20-23, in the Island of Women in Mexico, local sources reported. Read More

Cuba-China Ink Accord on Agricultural Products

Cuba’s food import company Alimport and China’s Beidahuang Co. signed an agreement for China to supply the island for three years with farming inputs needed and several food products produced by the Chinese company. Read More