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Children’s Audiovisual Materials, Challenge to Caribbean Film

The Traveling Caribbean Film Showcase has organized the International Forum ‘Film and Audiovisual Productions for Children and Adolescents in the Caribbean: Realities and Future Prospects.’ Read More

Chilean President Pays Tribute to Cuban National Hero

Michelle Bachelet, President of Chile, laid a wreath at the monument of the Cuban National Hero, Jose Marti, at the Revolution Square in this city, as part of her official agenda in Cuba. Read More

Buena Vista Social Club' Looses Another Member

Best known as the 'heart-beat of the Buena Vista Social Club', bass player Orlando 'Cachaíto' López, passed away on Monday, in Havana hospital. Born in Havana in 1933, he was 76.<br /> Read More

The album "Havana Nights" is the first one by clarinet and piano duet produced in Cuba

The album ‘Tarde en la Habana’ (Havana Nights) is the first one by the D`Accord Duet, made up of masters Marita Rodríguez, piano, and Vicente Monterrey, clarinet Read More

Cuba: Computer Sciences Key to Local Development

Information and communication technologies are indispensable tools to make Cuban community-based universities managers of sustainable social development, Cuban education executive Francisco Lee told participants of an international computer sciences convention going on in Havana. Read More

13th Havana’s International Theatre Festival

The Cuban National Council on Performing Arts (CNAE) is inviting artists from around the world to take part in the 13th International Theatre Festival, dedicated to the 50 years of Cuban Theatre under the Revolution, set for October 30th to November 8th, 2009, in Havana. Venues include Havana theatres, conference halls and open spaces. Read More

Nanotech Development in Cuba Strategic

The science of nanotechnology has a strategic importance for the development of Cuban science, according to the rector of the University of Havana, Rubén Zardoya. Read More

Tourist Attractions and Cuban History

Last year, more than 5 000 tourists, primarily from Holland, Germany, Switzerland and Spain, visited the town of Remedios, located in the central province of Villa Clara -a record number of foreign visitors to the 8th village founded by Spanish colonialists in Cuba. Read More

Cuban Hurdler Dayron Robles Injured in France

Dayron Robles, Olympic champion and world record holder in the 110-meter hurdles, injured a muscle in his left thigh during the eliminatory rounds of the Liévin, France Read More

Prime Minister of Cape Verde Highlights Visit to Cuba

The Prime Minister of Cape Verde, Jose Maria Neves, said that a recent visit to Cuba served to strengthen bilateral relations and added that he was impressed by the development achieved by the Caribbean nation. Read More