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Yanelis Santos Named Capitan of Cuban Women Volleyball Team

The biggest challenge facing Yanelis Santos isn’t becoming the lead passer on the Cuban women’s national volleyball team, but rather taking over the captainship from Yumilka Ruiz.<br /> Read More

ANGIODIN Successfully Used in Cuba

ANGIODIN, a piece of equipment created at Santiago de Cuba's Medical Biophysics Center, has been successfully used to diagnose circulatory ailments. Read More

Cuban Blind People Join Literary Creation

More than 800 Cuban blind people have joined literary creation by means of around one hundred workshops, the Cuban National News Agency. Read More

Cuban Government Fosters Potato Production

The Cuban government invested 40 million dollars to buy items destined to the cultivation of potatoes, a strategy to increase delivery of food to the Cuban population. Read More

International Pedagogy Congress Inaugurated in Havana

Cuba will exhibit its achievements in the education sector during the Pedagogy 2009 International Congress that began today at the Convention Center in Havana. Read More

Cuban Artists Return to Venezuela

The first group of Cuban teachers and artists that will continue with the Corazon Adentro cultural mission in Venezuela have begun to arrive in that nation. Read More

Cuban trio Orishas recognized themselves as sons of the revolution

The members of the Cuban trio Orishas, declared themselves sons of the Cuban revolution, during a visit to the Peruvian capital city, where they offered a successfully and heavily attended concert. Read More

Cuban musician Pablo Milanés and his record Regalo in a European tour

The Cuban musician Pablo Milanes, will sell in Spain his new record Regalo, from the 27th of January, have confirmed the Universal record house. Read More

In Cuba: The Escorial de los Mares to settle in the Castillo de la Real Fuerza

After centuries of its wonderful mailing around the Havana harbour, the city was able to enjoy once again the passing of the Santisima Tirnidad on the banks of the port of Havana. Read More

Cuba at Canary Islands 19th Oral Narration Festival

The living word, thanks to a direct communication among human beings, the magic universe of the troubadour and of the storyteller: millenary traditions take center stage again at the 19th Aguimes Oral Narration Festival, at Las Palmas in Gran Canaria, the oldest of the events dedicated to this artistic genre across Spain. Read More