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Cuba: Health Services Back to Normal after Hurricanes

Sancti Spiritus’s regional hospital health departments, in central Cuba, have been all reopened once restored after hurricane Ike and Gutav.<br /> Read More

In Holguin, Cuba Mill Restarts Production

The “Commander Daniel” corn meal mill of Antilla in Holguin, re-started operating after more than 10 days of inactivity, having been seriously damaged by Hurricane Ike. Read More

A Cuban Crocodile Moves from New York to Miami

A Cuban crocodile who spent the past four decades at the Bronx Zoo will live out her remaining days in Miami. Read More

President of the Cuban ParliamenIt, said: "Is Only Possible to Fight United"

A speech by Ricardo Alarcón, president of the Cuban Parliament, opened the discussions in Caracas at the seventh Social Summit for the Latin American and Caribbean Union. Read More

Cuban Literary Critic Awards Announced

The 10 winning books of the 2007 Annual Literary Critic Award, a prize given by the Dulce Maria Loynaz Center to literary and art works, were announced at the Cuban Union of Writers and Artist headquarters in Havana. Read More

In Sancti Spiritus, Cuba: First Hall of engraving of art instructors

The first Hall of Engraving of the Jose Marti Art Instructors brigade of Sancti Spiritus Province was held in this cityheld today and until next 22. Read More

Cuba: Huge Allure to Japan Tour Operators

Cuba stood out as an attractive destination at the annual JATA 2008 International Tourism Fair, recently held in Tokyo, the Cuban Embassy to Tokyo reported. Read More

Abstraction and reality in two visions of young cuban artists

The exhibition Aquí sí que no creemos en Drácula, an abstract collection in different format and El vuelo de la razón, a proposal centred in the reality and daily life, will be opened to the public at the Centro de Desarrollo de las Artes Visuales (image)(CDAV). Read More

Guatemalans Study Doing Business with Cuba

More than one hundred Guatemalan businesspeople from different sectors attended a meeting at the Cuban embassy, about opportunities to trade with the Island. Read More

Cuban Sports Official was elected as Vice President of the International Cycling Union

The head of the Cuban Cycling Federation, Jose Manuel Pelaez, was elected on Wednesday as Vice President of the International Cycling Union (UCI) during the Congress of the Executive Committee of this sports organization in Varese, Italy. Read More