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June 10th

Cuba Rejects US Report on Human Trafficking

Cuba has rejected the US State Department’s annual “Trafficking in Persons Report” released last Wednesday by the US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice. Read More

Omara Portuondo and Maria Bethania Captivated the Audience of Buenos Aires

The exceptional talent of the Diva of Buena Vista Social Club, and of the Brazilian Maricotinha, dazzled the audience at the enormous Hall Luna Park. The two divas made an unforgettable night. Read More

Cuba will generate in the 2010 around 3, 000 megawatts

The Cuban energy sector promotes savings and the efficient use of power contributing to economic and social development while preserving the environment, said Juan Presa, Deputy Minister of Basic Industry. Read More

New tourist complex in the Cuban destination Cayo Coco

A new tourist complex in the Cuban destination Cayo Coco will belong to the hotel brand BlueBay, a property of the Spanish company Hotetur. Read More

Cuban Scientists Study Atmospheric Pollutants

Specialists from several institutions affiliated to the Cuban Ministry of Science, Technology and the Environment (CITMA) are working on the first stage of a study that will culminate in the implementation of the first national inventory of all emissions of atmospheric contaminants present in the country. Read More

Candido Fabre, the Cuban Singer Begins Tour around the United Kingdom

Cuban singer Candido Fabre began a tour around the United Kingdom where he will perform with his band at several theaters and public plazas. Read More

Venezuela-Cuba Underwater Cable of 963 miles for international telecommunications.

The creation of an underwater optical fiber cable between Venezuela and Cuba has been highlighted by Granma newspaper as a milestone in the island"s international telecommunications. Read More

More Cuban Professors Granted Scientific Degree

Cuba is ready to make a qualitative step forward in its pedagogical system with the registration of more than 70 percent of its professors in the wide access master’s program in Educational Sciences. Read More

Literacy Congress Starts Monday in Cuba with the Presence of Over a Thousand Teachers

Attended by education ministers and representatives, the Ibero-American Literacy Congress starts Monday in Cuba with the presence of over a thousand teachers, academics and formerly illiterate people. Read More

June 9th

In Havana, Hunchback of Notre Dame

The Amphitheatre of Old Havana´s historical area will premiere the musical The Hunchback of Notre Dame , on June 14, as part of efforts to preserve musical theater in Cuba. The cast is made up by both known figures and young talents, who will perform under the direction of Alfonso Menendez. Read More