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New Central Army Chief in Cuba Cuban President Raul Castro Led the Military Ceremony

Cuban President Raul Castro led the military ceremony of change of command to the Central Army Chief, and expressed his security that those troops won't disappoint the people. Read More

A statue of legendary Argentinean-Cuban Commander Ernesto (Che) Guevara to Be Inaugurated in His Birthplace

A statue of legendary Argentinean-Cuban Guerrilla Commander Ernesto (Che) Guevara will be inaugurated on June 14th in the Argentinean province of Rosario -his birthplace" on occasion of the 80th anniversary of Ches birth. Read More

Archeological Diggings on Columbus First Sighting in Cuba

After 506 years, Holguin archeologists from the Science and Environment Ministry delegation, deepen their knowledge of the "population of houses" described by Cristopher Colombus in his binnacle. The diggings took place from April 28th to May 9th as part of a project to organize the Archeological Patrimony of the Cristóbal Colón Tourist Park. Read More

Cinema present in the Cubadisco: Anthological movies from national cinematography

The great album party in Cuba, dedicated on this edition to Africa and its Diaspora to the American continent, was accompanied once again by the cinema, with a special program in the Acapulco Theater. Read More

Cuba, Las Tunas: Grants Prizes of Ten-line Stanza

The work entitled Ten-line Stanza Sung in Havana, Origin and Development, by Luis César Nuez González, was rewarded as assay, in the National Competition Todo Décima 2008 that is sponsored by Casa Iberomericana de la Décima El Cucalambé, in this eastern province of Las Tunas. Read More

Meteoro 2008: Cuba will Test Emergency Preparedness this Weekend

Cuba will carry out the civil defense exercise Meteoro 2008 this weekend, to test the preparation of the country for the upcoming hurricane season starting June 1. Read More

For the first time the Seville set by the Cuban painter Servando Cabrera to be exhibited

The oil paintings that the Cuban painter Servando Cabrera Moreno (Havana, 1923-1981) dedicated to Seville will be exhibited for the first time as a set on behalf of the 85th anniversary of his birth. Read More

Cuba: Hunger is not new Issue in International Agenda

Cuba believes a just world without hunger is possible and will become a reality, said Cuban Ambassador Juan Antonio Fernandez at a special session of the UN Human Rights Council meeting in Geneva. Read More

95 poets from all five continents will assist to the 13th Havana International Poetry Festival in Cuba

About 95 poets from all five continents will assist to the 13th Havana International Poetry Festival, which is to start here next May 26 with a call to rescue the original languages. Read More

Film on Che Guevara at Cannes Festival would be at the forefront to win grand prize

If it were about ovations, favorable remarks and respect for history, the film on Che Guevara, at Cannes Festival, would be at the forefront to win grand prize. Read More