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Cuba Beats US at WTO

Cuba stated Wednesday that the United States must immediately abolish Section 211 after a large process in which the World Trade Organization (WTO) ruled in favor of the Caribbean island.<br /> Read More

Cuban Telephone System under Recovery

Nearly 60 percent of telecommunication services worst hit by hurricanes Ike and Gustav in Cuba are already re-established, thanks to temporary solutions in fixed telephone system and data transmission. Read More

Cuba defended in the world

THE hypocrisy of imperialist rhetoric which, in response to the devastation wreaked by Hurricanes Gustav and Ike, attempted to cover up the hostility of U.S. authorities toward Cuba, has been exposed by 5,200-plus intellectuals from 73 countries whom in the last week have adhered to a declaration called &quot;With Cuba Today.&quot; Read More

La Colmenita Cuban`s Children Theater Company Performs for Hurricane Victims

`My name is Claribel and I`m the cultural promoter of this area called Manuel Sanguily. The children are on their way here. The group will have to perform next to the bakery. Read More

The Cubans Roberto Varela, the Camerata Romeu and Zenaidita Castro are nominated to the Latin Grammy

Roberto Varela, the Camerata Romeu and Zenaidita Castro are nominated to the Latin Grammy awards for the CD ´Non divisi’. The prize will be presented on November 13th, 2008. Read More

UN Official Praises Cuba’s Social Development

“Cuba is a school of social development,” said on Tuesday Jose Juan Ortiz, representative of the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) in the Caribbean nation. Read More

Chucho and Bebo Valdés to Participate in 40th International Jazz Festival of Barcelona

Cuban musicians Bebo and Chucho Valdés will be the pièce de resístanse (main attraction) of the 40th International Jazz Festival of Barcelona, set for October 19th through November 29th. Read More