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Chinese Education Minister Meets with Cuban Officials in Beijing

The Education Minister of the People's Republic of China , Zhou Ji, met in Beijing with Cuban Council of State official Lissette Díaz, and her accompanying delegation.<br /> Read More

Official Announcement to the 18th International Book Fair Cuba 2009

The 18th International Book Fair Cuba 2009 will be held in Havana from February 12th to 22nd under the motto Leer es crecer (To read is to grow). Read More

Some 14 tons of humanitarian aid donated by Brazilian government arrived at Havana

Some 14 tons of humanitarian aid donated by the Brazilian government arrived early on Saturday to help the victims of hurricanes Gustav and Ike, in a show of solidarity expressed by President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva. Read More

International “Matamoros Son” Festival in Cuba

The meeting favours the development of dancing popular music through its Cuban expression in the genre of Son which is a permanent part of the Cuban culture and its constant evolution and enrichment. Read More

Cuba resumes some nickel production after Hurricane Ike

Cuba's nickel industry, damaged by Hurricane Ike a week ago, has resumed some production, state-run media said Sunday, quoting basic industry Minister Yadira Garcia on a tour of the plants and mines. Read More

Hurricane Ike flattened and swamped 740,000 acres of Cuban sugar cane

Hurricane Ike flattened and swamped 740,000 acres of Cuban sugar cane and damaged a large number of facilities when it churned along the entire island a week ago, state-run radio said on Saturday. Read More

In Cuba: Some 140 schools of the province of Las Tunas restarted the school year 2008-2009

Some 140 schools of the province of Las Tunas restarted the school year 2008-2009, interrupted in Cuba by the scourge of two powerful hurricanes that devastated the country, included a huge amount of teaching centers. Read More

Cuba laments the death of seven people during the passing of hurricane Ike

Cuba laments the death of seven people during the passing of hurricane Ike across the island, in spite of gigantic efforts by the Cuban civil defense council to preserve lives during the onslaught of the storm. Read More

Voices Around the World Rise in Support of the Cuban Five

The Russian Venceremos movement demanded the overturning of the sentences imposed by the US justice system against the five Cubans. Read More