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Hurricane Paloma will cross through Cuba

Hurricane Paloma gathered strength on Friday as it moved on a collision course with the Cayman islands and Cuba, with Havana still reeling from billion dollars in losses this storm season. Read More

Prestigious Cuban groups Exaudi Opens Choral Music Event in Cantabria

In the mountainous lands of the self-governing community of Cantabria, one of the most prestigious Cuban groups, the Exaudi choir created in 1987, opened the International Events on Choral Music to be concluded next November 16th in this Spanish region. Read More

Havana Ballet Fest Honors Galicia

A sort of tribute to Galician nationality was paid by the world premiere of the choreography "Una rosa, una rosa" (A Rose, a Rose) by the National Ballet of Cuba (BNC). Read More

Seven Patients with Cochlear Implant Leave the World of Silence in Ciego de Ávila, Cuba

A twelve-years-old girl from Ciego de Ávila province, Yaimiris Flores Leyva, who lives in Morón municipality, is number seven on the list of those who have already had a cochlear implant to correct deafness. Read More

Cuba and Brazil Sign New Cooperation Agreement

An agreement to manage the exchange of legal and technical information and investment projects was signed on Tuesday in Havana by representatives from Cuba and Brazil. Read More

Bolivian President Meets with Cuban Parliamentarians

Bolivian President Evo Morales met on Wednesday in La Paz, Bolivia, with a group of Cuban parliamentarians and expressed his gratitude for the Caribbean nation’s cooperation with his country. Read More

Barack Obama: The Challenges Ahead

Barack Obama unquestionably won the presidential elections in the United States. However, beyond his successful, well-organized and coherent electoral campaign, his overwhelming victory still leaves space for different interpretations. Read More

Cuban Pioneer of Electroacoustic Music Passes Away

Maestro Juan Blanco, a pioneer of electroacoustic music in Cuba and one of the most important promoters of this kind of music in Iberoamerica, died on Thursday in Havana. Read More

More Computer Courses for the Cuban Blind and Visually Impaired

Computer courses for the blind and visually impaired are developing in several Cuban provinces, while new computer laboratories for blind people are being built. Read More

Young piano players awarded in Costa Rica

Cuban piano school soon made itself felt on October in Costa Rica, as it achieved awards in the V María Clara Cullel International Competition, that took place in the capital of that Central American nation. Read More