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Paraguay Targets 180,000 with Cuban Teaching Method

The Paraguayan government has set out to teach 180,000 adults how to read and write in 2009, by way of the Cuban pedagogical method Yes I Can, put into practice in that nation over the last five years.<br /> Read More

Gaelicia Celebrates 50 Years of Cuban Revolution

More than 200 people crammed the Castiñeiriño Cultural Center in this Galician city in an act for the 50th anniversary of the victory of the Cuban Revolution. Read More

Fidel Castro photos on display in India

All city residents for whom Fidel Castro epitomises the revolutionary spirit will have the opportunity to feast their eyes on some rare photographs of the iconic leader that were taken during his first visit here in September 1973. Read More

Cuba Analyzes Further Energy Saving Goals

Cuban Minister of Basic Industry Yadira Garcia Vera said Tuesday that despite encouraging results in savings and efficiency, there is still much potential for improvement. Read More

Cuban Lawmakers Evaluate Performance of Domestic Trade Sector

Cuban Domestic Trade Minister Marino Murillo on Thursday informed Cuban parliamentarians about the main results in his sector in the 2007-2008 period and prospects for next year. Read More

In Camagüey, Cuba: Ignacio Agramonte remembered

The gentle rain covering the city could not help people’s celebration to honor Ignacio Agramonte’s birthday; right in the old house where the hero was born, today turned into a museum. Read More

Top Cuban Bands Ready for 50th Anniversary

There will be nine stages in Havana and concerts offered throughout the island Read More

New Book of Che Writings Presented

A compliation of writings by Che Guevara dedicated to young people was presented yesterday at the Reading History festival Read More

Cuban Cinema Honored Worldwide

An existence of 50 years for the Cuban Institute of Art and Film Industries (ICAIC) will be celebrated worldwide, that institution´s vicepresident Susana Molina stated. Read More