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February 24th

Uruguayan Medical Students to Cuba

A group of 40 young Uruguayans will travel to Cuba on February 29 to start studies in the Latin American School of Medicine (ELAM). Read More

Vatican cardinal unveils statue of Pope John Paul II marking 10th anniversary of Cuba visit

The Vatican's No. 2 official unveiled a statue commemorating Pope John Paul II's historic trip to the island 10 years ago on Saturday, after hinting that Pope Benedict XVI may make a visit of his own. Read More

GISELLE - At San Francisco Ballet, cuban born Joan Boada as "Prince Albrecht"

Cuban-born Joan Boada. Initially trained at the National Ballet School of Cuba and a member of its Ballet Nacional, the handsome star joined SF Ballet in 1999. Boada is much acclaimed in other of Tomassons productions including "Basilio" (Don Quixote), "Romeo", "The Bluebird" (Sleeping Beauty), and "The Nutcracker Prince". Read More

February 23rd

The cuban film Viva Cuba, opened the Latin-American Film Festival in New Dehli.

<p align="left"> During the event it will be showed films from 12 Latin-American countries. Read More

Cuba Mourns Death of eminient Endocrinologist

<p align="left">Eminent Cuban endocrinologist, Dr. Oscar Mateo de Acosta, died in Havana at age 80 and was buried in Colon Cemetery in Havana. Read More

New Volumes of José Martis Encyclopedia: Marti in His Own Hand

<p align="left">They contain poems, writings and journalism and, in the case of manuscripts, include all the amendments, deletions and variations in Martis own hand, thus offering an understanding of his creative process. Read More

Cuban Habanos: Celebration of their 10th Annual Festival

<p align="left">Hundreds of cigar lovers, retailers, scientists and producers of all continents gather in the Cuban capital for the Habano International Festival, now in its 10th edition which has become one of the most important meetings for incentive travel held in Cuba. Read More

Renowned Brazilian Architect Oscar Niemeyer Says Fidel Will Continue in the Struggle for Justice in the World

<p align="left">Niemeyer said, &quot;We in Latin America are convinced that he will continue to participate in the battle against the reactionary forces of US imperialism&quot;. Read More

Cuban Cafe Vista Alegre Opens in Paris

<p align="left">Cafe Vista Alegre de Cuba project to mature and made yesterday its Paris debut. Read More