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August 16th

In Cuba Plastic Boats for Angola Built

A total of 121 plastic boats were built for Angola at the Shipyard Base `ASTISUR` of central Cienfuegos province as part of a contract with that African nation. Read More

Cuban Ballet Dancers Viengsay Valdes and Romel Frometa Receive Ovation in Japan

Valdes and Frometa performed at the Sunport Theater in the city of Takamatsu and at the Gotanda Youport Hall in Tokyo where they closed the first act and also the gala. Read More

A new film about cuban hero José Martí by Fernando Pérez

Even though the life and work of the national hero is very well known in our country, his youth has been one of the least dealt with aspects. Read More

August 15th

Panama Waiting for Posada’s Extradition Request to Start Process

Panama's Vice President Samuel Lewis Navarro, assured that the process for the extradition of terrorist Luis Posada Carriles wil be started as soon as they receive the petition from the Prosecutor’s Office. Read More

Cuban Biological Research Center Marks 16th Anniversary

With important contributions to the pharmaceutical development of the country, which has led to the substitution of imports with national products, Cuba’s National Center of Bio-Preparations (Biocen) celebrated yesterday its 16 anniversary. Read More

Discuss Telecommunication Project: Cuba, Venezuela and Jamaica

Jamaica’s Minister for Energy, Clive Mullins, received a joint Cuba-Venezuela delegation with the aim of exchanging ideas on an underwater fiber-optic cable project, which promises to benefit the three nations. Read More

TRAYCO environmental management recognized

The National Prize of the Republic of Cuba 2008, recently granted by the Ministry of Science, Technology and the Environment to the Construction Transport Enterprise of Pinar del Río TRAYCO, only entity with this title in the province along with other two in the country, endorses the option for the national environmental recognition that today occupies all of its workers. Read More

Cuban Caricaturist Tomás Rodríguez (Tomy) Exhibition in Turkey

An exhibition by the Cuban artist Tomás Rodríguez (Tomy) was opened last weekend in the city of Istanbul, one of the biggest cities in Turkey.<br /> Read More

Created First José Martí Chair in a Chilean University

With a master lecture given by Dr. Pedro Pablo Rodríguez, from the Cuban Centre for Studies on Martí, was constituted the first José Martí Chair in a Chilean university. Read More

Cuba Beats Canada in Baseball 7-6 at the Olympic Games

Cuba’s baseball team reached its second victory at the Olympic Games when it defeated Canada  7-6 and remains unbeaten in the tournament.<br /> Read More