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Cuba, Heart of LatAm Pedagogical Expertise

The 11th International Congress Pedagogia 2009 will propitiate an exchange of experiences among educational officials and professionals, crucial to take the pulse to education in Latin America. Read More

Cuban Chess Championship Defines Leader in Las Tunas

The IM Fidel Corrales had to wait until the penultimate round so that in an aggressive match he could snatch the leadership to the GM Omar Almeida, after defeating him in the eighth round of the National Chess Championship for men's, about to conclude its first phase in this eastern city. Read More

Cuba's First Vice President Holds Talks with Prime Minister of Cape Verde

Cuba's First Vice President of the Council of State and Ministers, José Ramón Machado Ventura, held talks on Tuesday with the visiting Prime Minister of Cape Verde, José María Pereira Neves. Read More

New Production of Sugar By-Products in Ciego de Avila, Cuba

The Ministry of Sugar (MINAZ) of Ciego de Avila, which lies on the central highway, has put into operation all of its sugar by-products plants<br><br> Read More

In Cienfuegos, Cuba: Improved Water Supply in the Guamuhaya Massif

The inhabitants of the most remote areas in that mountainous region of Cienfuegos are now receiving drinking water with the installation of about 25 kilometres of water pipes<br /> Read More

The Cuban musical Group Buenavista Social Club Jazz?

The Cuban jazz scene received a significant boost ever since pianist Ernan Lopez Nussa founded his group Habana Report in 1999. With jazz as its main ingredient, the project mixes in rumba, cha-cha-cha and old standards from the danzon era to serve up genuine Cuban fare. Read More

Cuban Scientists Work to Boost the Country Economy

Cuba vice minister of Science, Technology and Environment, Lina Dominguez, said the Cuban scientific community has the challenge to provide the island with enough products and services to relieve the blow to its economy caused by three hurricanes that hit the island last year Read More

Medea: A Bliss For Cuban Theater

While faithful to Euripides character, the Cuban author’s Medea stands much closer to contemporary audiences. Read More

The Cuban Music Chucho Valdés at the VI Panama Festival Jazz 2009

The sixth edition of the Panama Jazz Festival 2009 was opened last 12th of January in installations belonging to the Panama Canal. Read More