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January 22nd

National Tree Reforestation in Cuba

Cuba currently boosts the sowing of 560 national royal palm trees, as part of this year's reforestation program, after the damage occurred in the island with the path of three devastating hurricanes in 2008. Read More

Cuban Homage to the Golden Voice of Danzon

The 100th birth anniversary of legendary Cuban singer Barbarito Diez (1909-1995), also known as the Prince of Danzon, will be celebrated during this year here.<br /> Read More

First bust of Cuban National Hero Jose Martí to Be Unveiled in France

The first bust of Cuban National Hero Jose Marti in France will be unveiled on January 28 in the city of Montpellier during a solemn ceremony to mark the 156th anniversary of his birth. Read More

January 21st

A Canary owner’s debt keeps eight Cuban seamen confined at Morocco

Abandoned and desperate, without knowing what to do and whom to go to, even thinking about sending a letter to the Alawian Monarch the 6th  to ask for its mercy. That’s how things are for the eight Cuban sailors throughout a year on board the Alutrans ship a Panamanian flag vessel owned by a Canary shipowner and former president of the Port Authority at Las Palmas, Manuel Barreto Acuña. Read More

Cuban GM Leinier Dominguez Ties 4 in a Rows

Cuban chess GM Leinier Dominguez tied his fourth straight match at the CORUS Chess Tournament underway in Switzerland. Read More

Camagüey, Cuba: UNESCO Cultural Heritage Site

Part of Camagüey will be officially declared Cultural Heritage of Humanity on February 2, celebrating the 495th anniversary of the traditional date of the foundation of the city. Read More

Cuban Health Minister José Ramón Balaguer Opens Medical Congress

Cuba’s Health Minister Jose Ramon Balaguer presided over the inauguration of the Calixto Garcia University Hospital Congress in this capital. Read More

More Foreign Tourists Go to Cuban Varadero

Arrival of tourists to Varadero, the main Cuban beach resort in the first days of January is around 27,000 people, for a rate higher than 4 percent, an official source reported. Read More

In Habana: Casa de las Américas, novel fiftieth anniversary

As if it were discovering the secret of eternal youth, the Casa de las Américas Award is reaching its fiftieth anniversary with the air of new proposals and an unseen image. Read More