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The 33rd Vuelta a Cuba Cycling Tour that begins on Tuesday, Covering 1,797 Kilometers in 13 Stages.

Jose Manuel Pelaez, national commissioner of the sport, told ACN that the squads that have already ratified their presence in the annual tour are the national teams of Venezuela and the Dominican Republic, the Perutnina Ptuj of Slovenia and the Volvo of Germany, as well as the Tecos club of Mexico. Read More

Cuban Vice President Carlos Lage Welcomed a Delegation of a European Socialist Parliamentary Group

In the meeting at the Ministerial Council, party president Martin Schulz explained the current main tasks of the group that includes Socialist Vice Presidents Pasqualina Napolitano and Ralf Beste. Read More

'La Botica Francesa of Matanzas', Cuba, Awarded as National Monument

La Botica Francesa, the Ernesto Triolet Pharmaceutical museum, received the distinction National Monument given by the Cuban Patrimony Council. Read More

Cubas Young Communist League First Secretary Met in Beijing with his Chinese Counterpart.

Cubas Young Communist League First Secretary Julio Martinez met in Beijing with his Chinese counterpart Hu Chunhua on Friday. Martinez' visit to China has been considered one more step towards the strengthening of relations between both youth organizations. Read More

Tata Guines, Known as the "King of Congas," has Died in his Native Cuba.

"King of the Congas" Tata Guines, Cuba's most famous percussionist who shared the stage with Josephine Baker and Frank Sinatra half a century ago, died on Monday in Havana. He was 77. Read More

In Camagüey, Cuba: ExpoCams New Edition

More than 20 local entities and many other from all over the Island have confirmed already their presence in ExpoCam fair 2008, that will be held in this province between February 6 and 8, as part of the celebrations for 494th anniversary of Camagüey. Read More

Cuba Rewards Scientists

Cuba has an average of 15.3 percent workers in scientific and technologic activities for every 1,000 economically active people, one of the highest in Latin America and the Caribbean, the National News Agency reported Monday. Read More

Cuban and Brazilian are preparing a feature film in Brazil titled "Pernambucanos."

Cuban and Brazilian movie makers and researchers of Casa del Caribe in Santiago de Cuba are preparing a feature film in Brazil titled "Pernambucanos." Read More

Theatre Crusade in the Cuban mountains

The Cruzada Teatral por las Montañas (Theatre Crusade in the Mountains), 1999 National Communitarian Award winner, left to its usual 400 kilometers tour in the Nipe - Sagua - Baracoa mountains. Read More

"This is a work of a Martí preaching".

There are no better words to define the expedition to the spirit, to the best of human being than the ones given by Eusebio Leal, historian of Havana City, in the date the Cubans celebrate the 155 years of the birth date of José Martí, he said: "This is a work of a Martí preaching". Read More