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Ballet Nacional de Cuba will present Hansel and Gretel in Canada

The Canadian government agreed to celebrate, for the first time, the Day of the Family and a high point of that day will be the presentation of Hansel and Gretel, by the Cuban National Ballet (BNC, after its initials in Spanish). Read More

Towns and neighbourhoods from Santiago de Cuba province will have mobile libraries

As part of a program of territory extension the XVIII International Book Fair, towns and neighbourhoods from the Santiago de Cuban province will have from the 5th and until the 8th of March mobile libraries with big offers. Read More

Russia in Cuban book Fair

Russia was present at the XVIII Book Fair with about 50 publishing companies and over 300 titles, just an exhibition of their participation in the 2010 event, in which they will be the guest of honour. Read More

In Habana: 11th International Meeting of Economists Globalization and Development Problems

The 11th International Meeting of Economists: Globalization and Development Problems, scheduled for March 2- 6 in this capital, will focus on today´s serious financial and economic crisis Read More

Cuban Five Case to US Supreme Court: An Opportunity to do Justice

The judges might even credit Montesquieu’s theory on the separation of powers if they act independently, disregarding misleading information on and prejudices against Cuba. They might be able to achieve this once they accept the appeal filed by the Cuban Five’s attorneys.  Read More

Cuban Book Fair Extends to other Provinces

The International Book Fair Cuba 2009 is packing today in Havana, to begin its national tour with an award ceremony to the best exhibitors and stands among over 350 from 43 countries in the fair. Read More

Farmers from Ciego de Ávila, Cuba Losses before Mammoth Production

Aiming at taking maximum advantage of the agricultural products explosion in Ciego de Ávila, workers from different enterprises of the territory speed up the crops collection, transfer and conservation process.  Read More

Malaysia and Cuba Look forward to Expanding Cooperation

Cuba’s ambassador to Malaysia, Carlos Amores said that biotechnology and pharmaceuticals are areas in which Cuba has good prospects for increasing bilateral exchange between the two nations.<br /> Read More

Accidents Are the Number One Killer of Children in Cuba

Medical Doctor Francisco Valdez Lazo, an official at the Cuban Ministry of Public Health, said in Havana that accidents are the number one cause of death amongst children and adolescents in Cuba. Read More

Spectacular Premiere of Cuban Film in Las Tunas

The the premiere of Cuban tape Los dioses rotos (The Broken Gods), by the film maker Ernesto Danaras had a great welcome in the eastern province of Las Tunas, as part of its national presentation in several cinemas of the whole Caribbean island. Read More