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South Market demands end of blockade against Cuba

The 38th Summit of the South Market called on Thursday in Uruguay for the lifting of the US blockade of Cuba as well as laws and measures contravening the international law. Read More

Cuba readies for ALBA Summit

Havana is ready to welcome, on December 13 and 14, the heads of state or government of the nine nations that are members of the Bolivarian Alliance for the Americas (ALBA). Read More

Cuban Health Services Need to be Improved Even More

Cuban First Vice President Jose Ramon Machado Ventura, said in Holguin that it is necessary to maintain and improve health services as a top priority mission. Read More

“Lo que quiero es fiesta” with Orlando Valle (Maraca)

Another masterpiece by the Cuban flautist Orlando Valle (Maraca), who has put out a work including timba, charanga and a little bit of reggaeton and salsa, all brought together in a seamless way. Read More

US Theatre and its bonds with Cuba

Cuban and US artists share the stage in Havana. “It’s very important to attend the world premiere of the play here and as part of the International Film Festival, since half of the artists and producers are from Havana."said Sage Lewis, a promoter of the project Por Amor (For Love). Read More

Jamaican and Cuba towards closer ties

Foreign Minister Kenneth Baugh underscored the strong friendship and cooperation links between his country and Cuba and he called for the strengthening of bilateral relations. Read More

Lies about Racism Unveiled by Cuban Intellectuals

Cuban intellectuals rejected false accusations that their country is a racist society, according to an article recently published by the Miami-based “El Nuevo Herald” newspaper on a “declaration by African Americans in support of the struggle <br /> for Civil Rights in Cuba.” Read More

Cuba and South Africa program on culture

Cuba is an example of universal culture, said South African Culture Minister Lulana Xingwana upon her arrival in Havana last December 9 at the invitation of Cuban Culture Minister Abel Prieto. Read More

Tina Modotti’s inner world

Shortly after inaugurating the International Festival of the New Latin American Cinema, which he founded 31 years ago, Alfredo Guevara went to the Cuba Pavilion. Read More

“Obini Batá” a group of Cuban women playing drums

Obiní Batá is the only folkloric company on the island made up solely of women. They display their talent through singing, dancing, reciting and…what horror! Playing the hourglass-shaped batá drums! Read More