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Jardines del Rey Tourist Destination Already Operates at Full Capacity

Jardines del Rey, (King's Gardens), the important tourist destination located north of Ciego de Ávila province, at this moment is already operating at full capacity after all the problems caused by hurricane Ike, as expressed by an official report. Read More

Concert in Solidarity with Cuba Performed in Uruguay

Hundreds of people participated in a concert in solidarity with Cuba held in Montevideo, the Uruguayan capital, organized by the Raúl Sendic Fund at the Summer Theater. Read More

Cuban documentary of poorly known rituals in the country to be premiered

A documentary on poorly known rituals and traditions of Cubans, such as a voodoo ceremony and an aboriginal one, was premiered in this capital. Read More

Guantanamo prosecutor quits by ethical concerns

The prosecutor in a Guantanamo war crimes case has asked to quit his assignment due to ethical concerns, defence attorneys and the lead military prosecutor said Wednesday. Read More

Cuban Academy of Language Grants Annual Award

The 2008 Annual Award of the Cuban Academy of Language (ACL) was granted on Tuesday to Zoila Lapique for her work “Colonial Cuba. Music, Composers and Singers 1570-1902.” Read More

Cacao imprint in Baracoa to show an international event

The imprint of cacao in plastic artists from Baracoa, will be exhibited in the IV Latin American and Caribbean encounter on Cacao and Chocolate, expected to take place in Havana between October 13 to 17. Read More

Cuba Can Resist Capitalist Crisis

Cuba will be able to resist the US financial crisis, which is threatening world capitalism, and will continue to move ahead, said Osvaldo Martinez, chairman of the Cuban Parliament's Economic Affairs Committee. Read More

China: Over a Million Dollar in Aid to Cuba

The Ambassador of the People's Republic of China to Havana Zhao Rong Xian affirmed his country has sent over a million dollar in aid to Cuba, for the recovery stage due to the damage caused by two hurricanes. Read More

Cuba Participates in the Opening of UN General Assembly

Cuban first vice president, Jose Ramon Machado Ventura, represented the Caribbean island in the inauguration of the 63rd session of the UN General Assembly.<br /> Read More

Spanish Trade Unionists Reaffirm Solidarity with Cuba

The Trade Union Confederation of Workers Commissions of Spain (CCOO) expressed its solidarity with the Cuban people after the island was hit by two consecutive devastating hurricanes.<br /> Read More