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January 25th

The Cuban Singer Silvio Rodríguez will perform for the first time in Guatemala next 27th of February

The organizers of the event, to be held at the Army Stadium in the south of the Guatemalan capital, said to the press that Rodríguez will arrive to Guatemala "loaded with all his music". Read More

Cuba reports nickel industry earned more than tourism in 2007

Cubas production of between 75,000 and 76,000 tonnes meant revenues of around $2.7 billion, while tourism earned around $2.1 to $2.2 billion Read More

O'Reilly Books and the beginning of internet in Cuba are related

The history of the build out of the Cuban Internet is curiously intertwined with OReilly Books. Read More

Havana's Book Fair to Launch Titles by some of the World's Greatest Authors

Havana's Book Fair organizers have announced that eight and a half million of books will be on sale. Novelties amount to over one thousand titles. Read More

US still top food seller to Cuba and California start now selling to Cuba

Cuba imported roughly the same amount of agricultural products as it did in 2006, but rising production and transportation costs forced it to spend $30 million more than the $570 million it paid two years ago for the same goods, said Pedro Alvarez, chairman of Cubas food import company Alimport. Read More

Russian Critics Praise Cuban Dancer, Carlos Acosta

A true success has marked the beginning of the famous company tour at the Parisian Grand Opera it is the program, which finished with the "Aram Jachaturiam" ballet, danced by Acosta. Read More

Felipe Perez Roque, Cuban Foreign Minister, Will Attend ACS Ministerial Meeting

Participants in the meeting will analyze topics of regional interest such as tourism, prevention measures in case of natural disasters, trade and transportation, among others. Read More

January 24th

Cuba, Costa Rica, Chile and Uruguay are the Latin American Nations Excels in Reforestation

Cuba over-fulfilled its reforestation commitment in 2007, by planting 136 million trees to end among the top four Latin American and Caribbean countries advancing in this task. If this rhythm is maintained every year, Cuba might materialize its goal of forests on 29 percent of its surface by the year 2015. Read More

The UN resident coordinator attended the premiere of the book "Sabana Camaguey Ecosystem, the Current Situation" in Cuba

Susan McDade, resident representative of the United Nations Development Program (UNDP), praised the actions taken by Cuba towards sustainable development and thanked the Cuban government for the support in the second stage of the Sabana Camaguey Project. Read More

Santiago de Cuba was chosen to host this year's all-star baseball game on February 3

The announcement came from the presidency of the National Institute of Sports, Physical Education and Recreation (INDER) at a press conference on Tuesday at Havana's Sports City. Read More