In 160 days, Chinas capital will host the most important sport event in the world: The Olympic Games.
Beijing 2008 will be the XXIX edition of these summer games, wisely revived by Pierre de Coubertin in 1896. Read More
The Cuban archipelago, a tourist destination par excellence in the Caribbean, offers a wide range of options for thousands of foreign tourists who visit the island nation every year to enjoy the country's recreational attractions. Read More
Three weeks to go in the regular Cuban baseball season, the teams of Pinar del Rio (Group A), Havana (Group B), Villa Clara (C), and defending champ Santiago de Cuba (D) lead their groups with 35, 51, 43, and 49 wins respectively. Read More
An unprecedented event will take place, from March 27th, International Theater Day, until April 1st with the first edition of the Dance of the Caribbean on the stage of Mella Theater, sponsored by the National Staging Arts Council and the Cultures France organization.
Claudia Barliya, a 6-year-old Cuban-Jewish girl, stood on a cobblestone street in Trinidad, a small centuries-old city on the south coast of Cuba. A donkey carrying an old man passed behind her; a group of 30 Jewish-Americans, including this reporter, stood before her. Read More
Mozambican President Armando Emilio Guebuza expressed his admiration for the development of the medical eye-care sector in Cuba, which has performed more than one million eye operations on people from 30 countries. Read More
The Cuban Five, imprisoned in the US for fighting terrorism, sent a letter of welcoming to the Tenth International Economists Conference on Globalization and Development Problems that began in Havana. Read More