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August 28th

In Sancti Spíritus, Cuba the Museums to increase number of visitors during the summer

More than three thousand people from all over the country come every week to the seventeen museums that exist in the province of Sancti Spíritus, a greater number than what was registered last year during the summer period. Read More

Ex-Prisoners of US Base in Guantanamo Reiterate Denunciations of Torture

Four British citizens who were detained for more than two years in the illegally occupied US Naval Base in Guantanamo have demanded the US Supreme Court to declare itself to be in favour of `the right of detainees not to be tortured`. Read More

US Lawyer Leonard Weinglass to Explain Cuban Five in Chile

US Lawyer Leonard Weinglass, member of the defense team of the five Cuban anti-terrorists jailed in the US, will refresh information on the case in Chile.<br /> Read More

Twenty years after his death Cuban intellectual Marcelo Pogolotti

Twenty years after his death, on August 25th, 1988, Cuban intellectual Marcelo Pogolotti once again comes alive in his everlasting legacy. His vast, fruitful portraits as an artist were joined by his equally outstanding literary works. Read More

Prominent Cuban artist Alexis Leiva Machado (Kcho) Work at Cuban Museum

Prominent Cuban artist Alexis Leiva Machado (Kcho) is preparing an exhibition in conjunction with three members of the Ceramics Workshop of Varadero, the island's major beach resort, it was reported here. Read More

One of the best Cuban pianists, Frank Emilio to be remembered in the anniversary of his death

Last August 23rd it was commemorated the seventh anniversary of the physical disappearance of one of the best Cuban pianists from the twentieth century: master Frank Emilio Flynn. Read More

Cuban writer to achieve the Latin American theater award in the United States

The drama writer, poet, narrator and journalist from Holguin, José Luís García has just achieved the Latin American theater award George Woodyard 2008, handed in by the Faculty of Arts and Liberal Sciences from the University of Connecticut , United States . Read More

Cuban President Raul Castro met in this capital with Barbados Prime Minister

Cuban President Raul Castro met in this capital with Barbados Prime Minister David John Howard Thompson, who attended the 39th Assembly of the Caribbean Broadcasting Union, taking place here until August 30. Read More

Very near Gustav to Cuba, in Gulf of Mexico

Tropical Storm Gustav gathered punch as it churned toward Cuba and the United States Wednesday after lashing Haiti and the Dominican Republic with hurricane force winds and rain that killed 16 people. Read More

Hurricane Gustav kills 11 in Haiti, heads toward Cuba, Gulf

The storm is currently 'stalled' over Haiti, forecasters said Wednesday, but could regain hurricane strength as it approaches the Gulf of Mexico. Getty Read More