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Cuban Parliament strengthens and widens relations worldwide

The President of the Foreign Relations Commission of the National Assembly (Parliament), Ramon Pez Ferro, highlighted on Wednesday the expansion and consolidation of the Cuban legislative body’s relations with its counterparts around the world. Read More

Cuban tourist operators exchange impressions with its U.S. counterparts

Major U.S. travel operators gathered in a downtown Washington hotel Wednesday to listen to a pitch for business from Cuban government officials, who appeared on a giant screen via the Internet from Havana to tout the island. Read More

Contemporary Dance of Cuba celebrates its fifteen anniversaries on the stage

Contemporary Dance of Cuba has celebrated this year its fiftieth years of existence. For the perfect end of these anniversary days they are showing at the Great Theatre of Havana an excellent season: two works that portray diverse expressive paths, a sample of the wide thematic and stylistic which proudly shows this company.  Read More

Cuban short film for Al-Jazeera Documentary event

The documentary Crónicas de amor (Love Chronicles) produced by Mundo Latino that was premiered recently in Pinar del Rio, is to participate in the Al-Jazeera International Documentary Film Festival to be held in Qatar the first trimester of the coming year. Read More

Hemingway; a symbol of friendly relations between Cuba and the USA

Organizers of the Ernest Hemingway International Marlin Fishing Tournament requested the US government the participation of the fishermen community in the 60th edition of that event in Cuba. Read More

Cuban Photographic Exhibition in Valencia, Spain

A photographic exhibition portraying the most epic and symbolic episodes of the history of the Cuban Revolution and its leaders, is being showed in one of the exhibition halls at the Modern Art Institute in Valencia.<br /> Read More

2009-2010 a better sugar cane harvest in Cuba is expected

Decreasing full losses during the harvest and getting the greatest potential efficiency from canes are among the commitments of the agro-industrial workers of the whole nation. Read More

Details of Ambrosio's Cave in Matanzas province

The entrance showed a lot of birds singing, it is the natural door for Ambrosio's Cave. Its name was given after the aborigines and the runaway slaves who visited the place many years before. Read More

Guanahacabibes and Scuba Diving

The Maria la Gorda Scuba Diving International Centre and supply to vessels are priorities right now in the tourist development of the Guanahacabibes peninsula, a Biosphere Reserve. Read More