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US President George W. Bush is desperate because he failed with Cuba

US President George W. Bush is desperate because he is about to leave the White House without having been able to destroy the Cuban revolutionary project, Cuba's state-run television claimed. Read More

Cuban Athletes to Compete in Brazil as Part of their Training for the Olympic Games in Beijing,

Some of Cuba's best athletes will compete in a series of competitions in Brazil, as part of their training for the Olympic Games in Beijing, China, this summer. Read More

New Encanto Hotel in Central Cuba

The hotel La Unión, in the central Cuban province of Cienfuegos, became the third establishment of the Encanto brand inaugurated in the country. Read More

Successful Traveling Cuban Book Fair, a Tour of Five Dominican Provinces

Cuban ambassador to the Dominican Republic Juan Astiasarán termed as successful the 3rd Traveling Cuban Book Fair, which concluded in the city of Barahona, the last leg of a tour of five Dominican provinces. Read More

Silvio Rodríguez Returned to Karl Marx Theater to Offer a Concert in Cuban Capital

After three years of his last performance for the public of the Cuban capital, the maximum exponent of the protest song in Cuba, Silvio Rodríguez, returned to Karl Marx Theater to offer a concert. Read More

Andy Montañez and Manolito Simonet to Perform at Cubadisco 2008

The salsa music of Puerto Rican Andy Montañez and the son music of Manolito Simonet y su Trabuco will provide the entertainment for the closing activity of Cubadisco 2008 at the José Martí Tribuna Antimperialista. Read More

Provincial Movement of the Red Cross Strengthen in Las Tunas, Cuba

Consecutive lectures on Humanitarian International Law (HIL) and more than a dozen of work agreements to negotiate services and to incorporate volunteers from state ministries and Non-Governmental Organizations in Las Tunas, are some of the actions to strengthen the work of the Red Cross in this eastern province of Las Tunas. Read More

Octavio Cortázar, Cuban filmmaker to be Honored in "The 2nd Festival de la Memoria", Mexico

The 2nd Festival de la Memoria, to be held in Mexico, will pay homage to late Cuban filmmaker Octavio Cortázar. The film festival pays tribute to important Latin American film figures. Read More

In Holguin, Cuba: Guayasamin and Peter Nadin Exhibition in May Festival

An exhibition of some twenty xylographs by paintor Oswaldo Guayasamin was presented during the fifteenth edition of the May Festival (Romerías de Mayo), thanks to an agreement between the House of Guayasamin and the Provincial Art Centre of Holguin. Read More

Al Jazeera's Sami Al Hajj out of Guantanamo Bay in Cuba

Sami Al Hajj became a prisoner in an Orwellian drama that had no final ending, or destination involving torture, simulated drowning and possibly death that was in the end averted through cruel force feeding. Read More