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January 29th

ALBA Defense Council including to Cuba

The president of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Hugo Chávez, proposed to his counterparts of the country members of the Bolivarian Alternative for the people of our America (ALBA) to create the Defense Council and the military forces of that organization. Read More

Lisandro Otero and the Change of the Cuban Language Academy

The work made by Lisandro Otero in charge of the Cuban Language Academy during the last years of his life was praised by Eusebio Leal presenting at the San Francisco de Asís church a tribute to the recently diseased writer and journalist. Read More

Event in Cuba: Conference for World Equilibrium

Participants in the event will analyze for three days at the capital's Conference Center the relevance of Cuban independence leader Jose Marti, on occasion of his 155th birthday anniversary. Read More

Reflections of President Fidel Castro. Lula (Part Three)

THE demise of the Soviet Union was to us like there were no more sunrises; a devastating blow for the Cuban Revolution. Not only did this translate into a total cessation of supplies of fuel ... Read More

Last Night First Vice President Cuban's Raúl Castro Led the Traditional March of the Torches

Thousands of students and members of the population in general, as well as participants in the original march of 1953, led at that time by the young revolutionary Fidel Castro, participated in the march to the Fragua Martiana (Martís forge). Read More

January 28th

The 4th International Symposium of Hypertension, HTA 2008 will be Held in the City of Santa Clara, Cuba, from May of 2008.

The topics included in HTA 2008 cover an important part of the current strategies to fight hypertension. The Symposium includes the study of the more vulnerable sectors of the population, with risk of suffering the illness, as well as diverse proposals of means for diagnosis and treatment. Read More

Cha Cha Cha of Cuban Composer and Violinist Enrique Jorrin was Introduced in 1953

Cha Cha Cha of Cuban composer and violinist Enrique Jorrin, cha-cha-cha was introduced in the year 1953, while playing with Orquesta America of Ninon Mondejar. Read More

Cuba has Thrown a Lifeline to the Caribbeans Endangered and Critically Endangered Marine Turtles

Cuba has thrown a lifeline to the Caribbeans endangered and critically endangered marine turtles with a ministerial resolution ending all harvesting of marine turtles. Read More

Interview with Juan Formell: Are You no Longer Interested in Reflecting the Cuban Reality?

In the 1970s and 1980s, Los Van Van sang about the daily reality of Cubans at the time. Why is it that today most of the songs are love songs? Are you no longer interested in reflecting the Cuban reality?. Read More

"Wings with Tips" an Exhibition of Twelve Artists From Cuban Plastic Arts to Pay Tribute to the Apostle

Alas con Puntas (Wings with Tips) an exhibition of twelve artists from Cuban plastic arts, with the collaboration of the producer Roberto Chile, will be inaugurated next Tuesday, January 29th in one of the rooms of the José Martí Memorial. Read More