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November 3rd

Yoruba Knowledge within Everyone's Reach in Cuba

Knowledge of the Yoruba cult, an essential part of religious syncretism in Latin American societies, is accessible to anyone interested in learning about that important part of history brought to the Americas by the Spanish conquistadors. Read More

Cuba: Party Time in the Largest Antillean Island

The Cuban archipelago, favored by its unique geographical location, exuberant nature and hundreds of kilometers of excellent beaches, also benefits from its people's customs to design a vacation offer for international tourism. Read More

Havana's Malecón: A Meeting Place in the Cuban Capital

Foreign vacationers' growing interest in the Cuban capital, which carries a rich history of traditions and architectural works, is motivated by the fame accompanying many spots in the city. Read More

In Cuba: The Committees for the Defense of the Revolution to Assess Role in Economy

The Committees for the Defense of the Revolution (CDR), Cuba's largest grass-root organization, will analyze the participation of its members in the national economic development, during its coming congress. Read More

Ibero-Am Ballet Prize to Cuban Dancer

Andalusian dancer Cristina Hoyos handed the award for the 6th Ibero-American Choreography Competition to Cuban Tania Vergara for her piece "A los confines de la Tierra" (To the ends of the Earth.) Read More

The José Martí brigade benefited from the graduation in Cienfuegos of 148 new art instructors

The José Martí brigade benefited from the graduation in Cienfuegos of 148 new art instructors. It was one of the actions with which the province ended the National Cultural Season. Read More

Cuban-Dominican Ties Close, says Carlos Morales Dominican Foreign Minister

Dominican Foreign Minister Carlos Morales Troncoso affirmed Sunday that the close relations between Cuba and his country are positive, and called the Island “important partner,” in statements made shortly before leaving the Egyptian capital for Qatar.<br /> Read More

Dance season in Cienfuegos, Cuba

The dance season of the Tomas Terry theatre will take place with a wide program of shows that will be extended until the end of November. Read More

November 2nd

In Belgium of the 15th "Che Present" National Campaign in Solidarity with Cuba

The main activity in Belgium of the 15th &quot;Che Present&quot; National Campaign in Solidarity with Cuba, was held in Brussels, with the participation of 800 people, including representatives from the Caribbean island. Read More

In Ciego de Ávila, Cuba Farmers are planting 61,282 acres of potato

Farmers in this central Cuban province the Ciego de Ávila are planting 61,282 acres of potato to meet the food deficit caused by hurricanes Gustav and Ike. Read More