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December 23rd

Cuba Immersed in Sugarcane Harvest

At least nine Cuban provinces, out of the 13 sugar producing provinces, are currently immersed in sugarcane harvest, with 14 sugar refineries already working, an official source asserted. Read More

Over 100 Cuban Teachers Return from Venezuela

Over 100 Cuban collaborators that accomplished their education mission in Venezuela returned home, proud of having carried out their duty. Read More

December 22nd

Documentary on Titón: De La Habana a Guantanamera

Tomás Gutiérrez Alea (Titón) talks to you for an hour and a half and says good-bye with a sweet smile. You say good-bye to him as you walk out of the movie theater with the privilege of having delved into the profound thoughts of a brilliant filmmaker and honest intellectual. Read More

The Cuban singer and composer Silvio Rodríguez to collaborate with the biography of Mario Benedetti

The Cuban singer and composer Silvio Rodríguez is one of the collaborators of the edition of the biographical work of Mario Benedetti: un mito discretísimo (Mario Benedetti: a very discreet myth), by the Uruguayan author Hortensia Campanella. Read More

A new book by the cuban journalist Ciro Bianchi will be presented at the XVIII Book Fair

Several titles will be of great interest at the XVIII Book Fair to be held next February. Among them it is Yo tengo la historia, written by the journalist Ciro Bianchi Roos and published by the Union publishing House.<br /> Read More

Art heals more than any balsam: The famous cuban plastic artist Alexis Leyva (Kcho)

The famous plastic artist Alexis Leyva – Kcho - who is touring areas devastated by the hurricanes, praised here the magic of culture after the disaster. <br /> Read More

Cuban Experts Design Diaper to Fix Infant Hip Dysplasia

Researchers in the eastern Cuban city of Guantanamo have proposed a new orthopedic prophylactic treatment to correct hip dysplasia in newborn babies, which is the hypothetical cause of most acquired bone deformities. Read More

Awarded Novel by tha cuban writer Margarita Mateo Presented in Holguin,Cuba

The novel Desde los blancos manicomios (From the White Asylums), a first piece by Margarita Mateo Palmer, 2007 Alejo Carpentier Prize,. Read More

Ciego de Ávila Shows Success in Educational Sector

In Ciego de Ávila, the central Cuban province, over 100 000 students enrolled the education system during the current school year, which figure represents the largest registration in the history of the territory.   Read More