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Cuban specialists are working with new entomological data on the elimination and control of the dengue fever

A research by the "Pedro Kouri" Tropical Medicine Institute is dealing with the eradication of the Aedes Aegypti mosquito, the daily incidence of female adult and the strict control during the larvae stage. Read More

Cuban filmmaker Alfredo Guevara one of the founders of the New Latin American Cinema is writing his memoirs.

In exclusive for during the Cuban Association of Writers and Artists (UNEAC) Congress, the outstanding intellectual Alfredo Guevara comrade of the convalescent leader Fidel Castro in the struggles during university asserted that "I asked Fidel for permission to do it". Read More

Cuba's fruit dehydration plant works full power

Cuba's fruit dehydration plant works full power with pineapple, guava and mangos developed through organic gardening at a plant located at the Carlos Balino sugar cane mill, Villa Clara. Read More

For Cuban Youth Cultural Gala "Canto a la Revolucion"

The gala "Canto a la Revolucion" will center Thursday an artistic homage to the 46th anniversary of the Young Communist League (UJC), to be held tomorrow. Read More

More Coconuts to Replace Imports in Baracoa, Cuba

Baracoa, at the easternmost part of the island, increases coconut production to replace imports. Read More

Havana 's International Institute of Journalism develops a training course in Las Tunas

The Architecture of the Information as vital element to be published in Internet, was the main topic during the first day of the fifth training course on Digital Journalism, undeway in this eastern province of Las Tunas, whose womb began in the José Martí International Institute of Journalism, of Havana, last January. Read More

Leaders of the Latin-American popular movements will meet next week in Havana

The leaders of the Latin-American popular movements are to meet next week on Monday to discuss the need to join to fight against the mutations caused by the Washington-sponsored so-called Free Trade agreements for the Americas (FTAA). The meeting has taken the name: Hemisphere Meeting against Free Trade and for Integration. Read More

Diverse But Selective the Cultural Tourism in Cuba

Over the years the number of people from around the world that choose Cuba as a tourist destination has increased. Defending the national identity via diverse but also selective artistic offers becomes a challenge. On Wednesday participants at the 7th Congress of the National Association of Cuban Artists and Writers (UNEAC) discussed the ties between culture and tourism. Read More

Cuba plans 24-hour television channel in the first half of this year with foreign content

Cuba now has five state-run channels, one of which, Cubavision International, can only be seen over cable television. At the beginning of the year, it became Cuba's first channel to broadcast 24 hours a day. Read More

Cuban National Ballet will travel in April to Egyp and Spain

The Cuban National Ballet (BNC, after its initials in Spanish), lead by the prima ballerina assoluta Alicia Alonso, will travel in April to Egypt as part of a tour that will then move to Spain, where it will end in the last days of May. Read More