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January 6th

"That is the falseness and inconsistency of the US justice"

These Cuban women have received the US government"s negative to enter in US national territory, violating the human rights of the Cuban Five and their relatives. Read More

Cuban cultural embassy on tour around Venezuela

This experience is being repeated for the fifth year in a row and it adds troubadours, improvisers, comedians, poetry readers and small musical bands which at the start of the 49th anniversary of the triumph of the Revolution. Read More

In Cuba to pay tribute to Luis Braille

ANCI and MINED undertook a literacy campaign in that method in 1979 and 1983 through which more than 500 blind people learned to read and write and it got Cuba a UNESCO Award. Read More

Cuba Reinforces Electoral Preparations

The 1,815 candidates for the seats, 614 of them for the People's Power National Assembly, will keep attending meetings with neighbors from the municipalities and districts that they represent. Read More

New proposals for a National Monument in Cuba

The town of El Cobre and the Rafael María de Mendive Pre-Universitary Institute, in Santiago de Cuba, are proposed as National Monuments. Read More

January 5th

Children on stage, La Colmenita, the only Cuban theater company made up by children

The only Cuban theater company made up by children, La Colmenita (The small beehive), will take on stage on the year 2008 a show centered in the work of the famous singer and composer Silvio Rodríguez. Read More

There is no geographical fatalism in the Cuban cultural development

In every place of the Caribbean island natives and visitors will find a place where to see the best universal art. Read More

Housing Program Benefited from Iron and Steel Plant in Ciego de Ávila

More than 1 500 roofs for Cuban houses have been benefited this year with the galvanized zinc tiles produced by the Indalecio Montejo Iron and Steel Plant in Ciego de Ávila. Read More

New community services to open doors in Camagüey city

Three important community services will be opened in the city of Camaguey early this year: the College Prep School on Computing Sciences , the Joaquin de Aguero Policlinic and the Provincial Centre of Medical Genetics. Read More

Ballet Lizt Alfonso among Canada's Top Shows

Ballet Lizt Alfonso's Dance Cuba with their musical "Vida" for Toronto was elected by Globe and Mail daily one of the five best shows performed in Canada in 2007. Read More