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December 27th

Cuba and religion trends

I have been visiting Cuba on church-related matters for more than a decade, last week I visited again along with Cardinal Sean O'Malley of Boston and Bishop Oscar Cantu, auxiliary bishop of San Antonio. Read More

Cuba on Alert of Second Wave of A (H1N1)

The Public Health (MINSAP) Vice Minister Luis Estruch called to step up preventive measures facing the second wave of A(H1N1) flu that have killed 41 people and infected about 1,000 in Cuba. Read More

Jamaican Usain Bolt and Cuban Yargelis Savigne at the top of the world list

Jamaican Usain Bolt and Cuban Yargelis Savigne won the individual prizes of the Prensa Latina poll on the best Latin American and Caribbean athletes in 2009. Read More

Mijail and Yarelis, best of the year in Pinar del Río province, once more

Cuban wrestler Mijaín López and discus thrower Yarelis Barrios were selected the best individual athletes of the year in Pinar del Rio, as it happened last year. Read More

Cuba restoring its forest population

Cuba works to restore its forests, today covering one fourth its territory, via analogous forestation. Read More

Cuban Medical Collaboration present in Angola

In barely two years, thousands of Angolans have fully or partially recovered their sight thanks to the opening of an eye clinic in the province of Benguela with Cuban support. Read More

Call to strengthen control on energy consumption

Cuban Vice President of the Council of State and Ministers Ramiro Valdes Menendez made a call to strengthen control of energy consumption plans in each province of the country. Read More

Musician Frank Fernández to open the year with a Concert on Chopin's bicentennial anniversary

Cuban Maestro Frank Fernandez will open the Year of Chopin in Cuba with a concert at Havana's  Amadeo Roldan Theatre on February 27, dedicated to the bicentennial birth anniversary of the great Polish composer, according to the National Information Agency (AIN). Read More