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January 27th

Radio Havana Cuba (RHC) After 47years on the Air and Positive Feedback from Listeners Around the Globe

A recent study revealed that since its foundation in 1961 under the name Short Wave International, nearly one million listeners from 200 countries have sent messages in support of the station and Cuba. Read More

Cuba and the Mexican State of Yucatan Signed an Agreement that Widens Bilateral Artistic

The document was signed in the Hall of Arts of the Merida Theater by the Yucatan Institute of Culture and the Cuban Ministry of Culture, in the presence of representatives of the arts and intellectual community of the state. Read More

Cuba plans to buy Montana peas and lentils

Cuba plans to buy Montana peas and lentils, in a deal totaling nearly $8 million. Read More

The cultural tour made by famous Cuban artists around eastern prisons to come to an end

The cultural tour made by famous Cuban artists through Cuban prisons, touched the sensibility of thousands of prisoners, families and guests from the eastern provinces. Read More

The University of Pinar del Río in Cuba and Pachacanac Municipality in Peru: a Future Accord of Cooperation was Initiated.

With a Letter of intent signed in the University of Pinar del Río between Hugo Ramos Lezcano, mayor of Pachacanac municipality (Peru) and Erasmo Ares Rojas, rector of the above mentioned institution, a future accord of cooperation was initiated. Read More

The Cadillacs and Dance Shows are Fun, but real Havana - beyond the Cliches - is More Exciting

I love Havana. It beguiles and intrigues like no other city I know, but it is also one of the most difficult places to explore without bumping into a cliché; to go beyond the classic cars, the dancing shows and the mojitos and hang out with the locals. Read More

Flautist Niurka González and the Cuban Group Ensemble Opening Concert of the 49th Casa de las Américas Literary Contest

The opening concert of the 49th Casa de las Américas Literary Contest was held last Sunday, January 20th, at the Iglesia de Paula church in the Cuban capital, to welcome the jury and contestants at the important literary event. Read More

The Republican Presidential Candidates are Again Descending on Little Havana to Swig "Cafe con Leche".

Such visits are a quasi-requirement as South Florida's Cuban-Americans have been among the GOP's most consistent voters, particularly in presidential races. Read More

Ciego de Ávila Among the County Most Productive in Cuba

The contribution of agricultural production cooperatives, as well as the credit and services ones, made possible the supply of the more than 60 greengrocers of the province during the whole year. Read More

Cuba has Shipped Some 110 tons of the Mineral Zeolite to Brazil

Zeolite is used in Cuba as a fertilizer mixed with nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium plus other nutrients to be applied in potato fields. And is also used by chicken and egg producers. Read More