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Las Tunas, Cuba Propitiates More Consumption of Vegetables and Condiments

With the sowing of some four thousand hectares of vegetables and condiments during the first months of the spring, the workers of the System of the Agriculture in the province of Las Tunas hope to guarantee a more integral feeding to the 533, 000 inhabitants of the territory, located at 690 kilometers to the east of Havana.<br /> Read More

Cuba National Radio Prize 2008

The National Radio prizes 2008 were granted to 10 prestigious Cuban personalities, during a ceremony held at the José Martí Memorial here in Havana, as part of activities to mark the 86th anniversary of Cuban Radio. Read More

Gustav Intensifies, Civil Defense Maintains a Storm Watch for Eastern Cuba

The Cuban Civil Defense decided to maintain a storm watch for the provinces of Guantanamo, Santiago de Cuba , Granma, Holguin and Las Tunas following the strengthening of tropical storm Gustav in areas near the south eastern Cuban territory. Read More

Cuba and Vietnam Oil Co-op Prospers

Prospects are deemed bright for broadening Cuba-Vietnam oil cooperation, in the wake of a meeting of high ranking officials of the sector from both countries. Read More

In Cuba Jazz players in Varadero Jam Session Festival

Jazz players from Venezuela, Argentina, the Netherlands and Nigeria will cheer up the coming Varadero Jam Session Festival from next September 11 to 14, in tribute to the 35th anniversary of the Iraquere band, founded by the piano player Jesús “Chucho” Valdés.<br /> Read More

Cuban Dayron Robles to Compete in Athletics Champ of Zurich

The recently crowned Olympic 110-meter hurdles champion Dayron Robles is one of the top track and field favorites on hand in Zurich, Switzerland for the fifth stage of the Gold League 2008 calendar. The Cuban will compete on Friday against many of the same athletes he defeated in Beijing. Read More

In Camagüey, Cuba 1st International Video Art Festival

The Committee of the National Association of Cuban Writers and Artists (UNEAC) in Camagüey is organizing the 1st International Video Art Festival. Read More

Havana Historian Leads Out-Of-A-Novel Tour

Havana City Historian Eusebio Leal is leading on Friday a tour of the places mentioned in Cecilia Valdes, the most outstanding work of 19th-century Cuban novelist Cirilo Villaverde (1812-1894). Read More

Gustav Could Be Hurricane Again and moving to the west in the Caribbean Sea south of Cuba

Tropical Storm Gustav is moving to the west, northwest and is expected to intensify until reaching again the hurricane category in the Caribbean Sea south of Cuba, the island's Institute of Meteorology (INSMET) reported. Read More

West Cuba on Alert for Storm Gustav

The Cuban western region woke up on alert Thursday after confirming the sudden change of movement of the Tropical Storm Gustav, prone to turn into hurricane after passing Jamaica. Read More