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Hurricane Recovery Underway in Cuba

The direct impact of hurricane Gustav with maximum sustained winds of 240 km/h (149 mph) and gusts over 300 km/h (186 mph) caused large-scale damage in the Isla de la Juventud, Pinar del Rio and Havana Province, but not one human life was lost. Read More

LAm Athletes among First Guests of Paralympic Village

The Paralympic Games Village officially opened doors Saturday, with the delegations of Argentina, Brazil, Cuba, Colombia, Mexico and Venezuela among is first guests. Read More

US Soccer Team to Compete in Cuba

The US soccer team will play soon against Cuba, as part of the South Africa 2010 world cup qualifier. Read More

Early Diagnosis of Cancer in Cuba

Cuba's health system is boosting the early diagnosis of cancer, with the goal of improving the quality of life of patients, a priority of the Integral Cancer Control Program.<br /> Read More

Cuba Graduates Tourism Professionals in 18 schools

Cuba's tourism sector has an excellent infrastructure that can guarantee the qualification of the professionals needed to develop that sector.<br /> Read More

In Cuba: Art in eight thousand student centres

&quot;From September and with the arrival of over 3,000 new art instructors we will be over 16,000 all over the country, which allow us to attend over two million students in almost 8 thousand schools&quot;, expressed to Cubahora Lisette Ametyer, president of the José Martí Brigade of Art Instructors. Read More

El cuerno de la abundancia: a new film by a cuban filmmaker Juan Carlos Tabío in the Canadian metropolis.

Its producer, who has been widely applauded in national and international venues for his movies Plaff, Fresa y chocolate, Guantanamera and Lista de espera, preferred to share the first words about this movie with the lovers of the Cuban cinema.<br /> Read More

Third Festival of Indian Cinema to Take Place in Cuba

The Third Festival of Contemporary Indian Cinema, one of the most powerful movie industries from the Third World, is held in this Cuban capital from September 1st.<br /> Read More

Solidarity with the Cuban Five from Himalaya, Nepal

More than 200 students and professors from the Engineering College of Battapur, a small Nepalese city near the Himalaya Cordillera, showed their solidarity with the five anti-terrorist fighters now imprisoned in the US, mostly known as the Cuban Five. Read More