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In Camagüey, Cuba: Labs of Tinima Local Brewery Acknowledged

Two areas of the central laboratories of Tinima brewery, in Camagüey, were given the grade of competent after being tested by the Quality Inspection Center. Read More

Havana Carnival in Honors of the Revolution

A cultural gala, as a tribute to the 50th anniversary of Cuban Revolution, will take place August 8 during the biggest party in Havana, the carnival. Read More

Vice President of the Mexican Senate Supports The Five's Right to Family Visits

Vice President of the Mexican Senate Yeidckol Polevnsky Gurwitz expressed her solidarity with the relatives of the five Cuban anti-terrorists imprisoned in the US, who have not been allowed to visit their family members. Read More

Cuban Foreign Minister to NAM Meeting

Cuban Foreign Minister Felipe Perez Roque left for the Iranian capital Teheran on Monday, where he is leading a delegation to the Non-Aligned Movement's 15th Ministerial Conference in from July 29-30. Read More

The Miraculous Church in Guantanamo, Cuba

The church La Milagrosa (The Miraculous) appears among the patrimonial assets of the easternmost Cuban province, Guantanamo, next to which rises The Canonical House Obispado, project that ran off with the Prize for Architecture and Town Planning Jose Lecticio Salcines 2008. Read More

Cultural Heritage and Recreation in Cuba

Cuba's cultural heritage, based on a five-century-old history, is a major element in the dynamic development of the island nation's tourism industry as it adds value to its tourist products. Read More

Vanessa Redgrave Expected in Cuba

Vanessa Redgrave, one of Great Britain´s best actresses ever, is expected in Havana for the Cuban premiere of the film The Fever (2004), which she starred, directed by her son, filmmaker Carlo Nero. Read More

In Cuba Rural Tourism

Rural tourism is among the many recreational options foreign tourists can enjoy in Cuba. Read More

Microsoft and Cuba

The more I think about it, the more annoyed I get. There's just something fundamentally wrong when a U.S. company isn't allowed to compete in a market where the rest of the world is free to benefit from commercial engagement and entrepreneurism.<br /> Read More

Cuban Grand Master Leinier Dominguez leads the 41st International Chess Festival of Biel

Cuban Grand Master Leinier Dominguez leads the 41st International Chess Festival of Biel, Switzerland, to run from July 19 to August 1st.<br /> Read More