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November 2nd

The Cuban Government Denounces US Attack on Small Syrian Village

The Cuban Government has decried the recent attack by the US army on a small Syrian village bordering with Iraq, killing eight civilians, and has demanded that the US government stop these military actions immediately. Read More

Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva concluded his visit to Cuba

Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva concluded his visit to Cuba on Friday, and was seen off at Havana`s Jose Marti International Airport by Cuban President Raul Castro. Read More

Washington Punishes U.S. Religious Leaders for Visiting Cuban Churches

The president of the International Association of Educators for World Peace (IAEWP), Charles Mercieca, denounced that Washington recently fined two U.S. pastors from the state of Alabama with 50,000 dollars each for having met in Cuba with members of local Baptist congregations. Read More

African-American civil rights activist Angela Davis to Attend World Meeting on Cuban Five

<br /> African-American civil rights activist Angela Davis will attend the 4th International Colloquium on the case of the five Cuban anti-terrorist fighters unfairly imprisoned in the United States. The forum will be held in the eastern Cuban city of Holguin on November 7th and 8th. Read More

Famous Dancer Cristina Hoyos Says Goodbye to Las Tunas, Cuba

With the spectacular skill of her dance, sensual domain of the castanets and the motivations of returning again to this city, the famed dancer and choreographer, Cristina Hoyos, said goodbye to her public after three shows in this territory. Read More

Cuba and China Expand Cultural Exchange

During a gala in the Chinese capital, Zhang Rui said that Culture Minister Cai Wu will head a delegation that is scheduled to visit Cuba in November with the objective of expanding bilateral cultural relations. Read More

Cuba Calls to Destine War Budget to Peace

Cuba made a call Saturday for the world powers to destine resources used in wars to peace and development, at the 18th World Congress for Peace, celebrated in this capital. Read More

Cuba and Russia for 1st World Junior Boxing Championship Title

The 1st World Junior Boxing Championship winds up on Saturday, with prevalence of Cuba and Russia and the attractiveness of the participation of two Mexican pugilists, among the 22 fighters that will dispute the gold medals. Read More

November 1st

The cuban Harold Gramatges, who has just turned 90 years of age

Harold Gramatges, who has just turned 90 years of age, could say just as the poet: “I confess I have lived my life to the fullest.” Harold’s life is indisputably linked to creative activity.<br /> Read More

Cuba and Guatemala Strengthen Cooperation

Cuban ambassador to Guatemala Omar Morales Bazo held a meeting on Thursday in Guatemala City with officials from the Guatemalan Foreign Ministry and representatives from several ministries that have cooperation links with Cuba. Read More