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Cuba Looks at Endoscopic Surgery

Advances of endoscopic surgery in several specialties will be analyzed in the First International Workshop on this subject, starting Thursday in Cuba. Read More

Lula Highlights Raul Castro's Visit to Brazil

President Luis Inacio Lula da Silva highlighted on Thursday the state visit by his Cuban peer Raul Castro, the Island's contributions to humankind and the gradual strengthening of bilateral relations. Read More

Raul Castro: Cuba, Brazil Share Firm Consensus

Cuban President Raul Castro highlighted the solid belief achieved between Cuba and Brazil, for a greater Latin American politic understanding and an integration process committed to social justice and human dignity. Lula, Raul Castro Meet in Brazil Read More

Russian Warships to Visit Cuba

A squadron of warships from the Russian Navy will dock in Havana Bay today, the Cuban local media reported. Read More

Another CD by Cuba´s Tata Guines About to Be Launched

"Fiesta de tambores", another CD featuring Federico Aristides Soto´s, aka Tata Güines, music is about to be launched by the EGREM record label. Read More

Documentary about Cuba by the Argentinean Carolina Silvestre to be screened in Mexico

The documentary Hechos, no palabras. Los derechos humanos en Cuba (Facts, not words. Human rights in Cuba) by the Argentinean producer Carolina Silvestre was shown in the Theater Casa de la Paz from the Metropolitan Autonomous University. Read More

Documentary on Glauber Rocha o the recently concluded Havana Film Festival.

The full-length feature documentary is a personal reflection on the testimonies filmed during the six months when Rocha lived in the Portuguese city of Cintra. Read More

More Than 1,000 New Titles in Cuba Book Fair

More than 1,000 new titles and six million copies will be released at the 18th International Book Fair to be held alongside Cuba from February 12-22, 2009, organizers announced. Read More

Guantanamo US guard admitted to abuse

The allegations were explosive: Two guards at Guantanamo had bragged about abusing detainees and described the mistreatment as routine. The Pentagon quickly ordered an investigation, which cleared the men after they denied making the statements. Read More

Cuban National Ballet in Greece

The Cuban National Ballet (BNC) will start the dance season from today until December 30 in Greece, with two pieces of the traditional repertoire: "Giselle" and "Don Quixote"(image). Read More