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Cuba is participating in the International Exhibition Zaragoza 2008

Cuba is participating in the International Exhibition Zaragoza 2008, with a wide gamut of offers in its exhibition, according to an official report issued by the country's Tourism Ministry.<br /> Read More

Best ELO in Cuban History: GM Leinier Dominguez

Cuban Grand Master Leinier Dominguez appears ranked 25 in the FIDE top 100 players list for July 2008, with 2,708 ELO points, the first Cuban player to exceed 2,700.  <br /> Read More

In 2008 Nine of fourteen municipalities in Matanzas, Cuba, have reported zero mother and infant mortality

Roman Dominguez, head of the Mother and Child Program, said Marti, Colon, Pedro Betancourt, Perico, Varadero, Union de Reyes, Calimete, Los Arabos and Cienaga de Zapata municipalities are child-death free. Read More

Visit to Cuba the Brazilian rock group Sepultura this summer invited by the Cuban Rock Agency

The Cuban Music Institute’s program director, Jose Vazquez, announced in a recent news conference the visit to the country of the Brazilian rock group Sepultura this summer invited by the Cuban Rock Agency. Read More

In Habana the Book Night takes place on Saturday

Book Night takes place on Saturday, July 4 starting at 4:00 p.m. on a long stretch of 23rd Ave. in Havana and in parks and main streets in 19 other Cuban cities, as part of the start up of many special summer activities across the country, informed the Cuban Book Institute as reported Granma. Read More

In Holguín, Cuba Surpasses Sugar Cane Planting in Spring Season

Sugarcane companies in Holguin finished the spring season planting more than 6,000 hectares of sugarcane, a result that places the province among the best in Cuba.<br /> Read More

In Las Tunas, Cuba Medical Students toward Communities

Medical students from this province will be absorbed from July 5 up to August 31 in the project of clinical care entitled For a Healthy Community.<br /> Read More

Precocious detection of pregnancies increases with cardiovascular malformations

Cuba is the only country in the world that runs fetal echocardiography exams on all pregnant women, by way of the National Program of Prenatal Diagnosis of Congenital Heart Diseases, which has contributed to reducing infant mortality. Read More

Novel results for the Cuban archaeology

The findings were the result of ongoing excavations in the locality known as Chorro de Maita, in the Holguin municipality of Banes by experts with the local office of the Cuban Ministry of Science and with the US University of Alabama. Read More