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The Cuban piano placer and composer, Chucho Valdés to present his new concert band in Ireland

The Cuban piano placer and composer, Chucho Valdés, the winner of five Grammy Awards, announced that he will offer next July two concerts in Dublin (Ireland), an occasion he will also use to present to present his new band Akokan Iré to the world. Read More

Cuban Women's Delegation Visits Grenada

A delegation headed by Dora Carcaño, member of the National Leadership of the Federation of Cuban Women (FMC) has just ended a visit to Grenada, where she met with different organizations of the Eastern Caribbean country. Read More

Cuba Develops First registered Lung Cancer Vaccine

Terminal lung cancer patients are living longer thanks to the world's first registered lung cancer vaccine, according to a leading Cuban scientist. Read More

Quality and Experience of Cuban Engineering Highlighted by UPADI

The president of the Pan-American Union of Associations of Engineers (UPADI), Costa Rican Irene Campos, the first woman to ever lead this organization, praised in Havana the quality and experience of Cuban professionals Read More

Palestine Authority Foreign Minister to Cuba

Riad N. A. Malki, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Palestinian National Authority, is to start Wednesday an official visit to Cuba, on an invitation by the island's peer Felipe Perez Roque. Read More

Grenada's Foreign and Tourism Minister Peter Charles David Ends Cuba Visit

Grenada's Foreign and Tourism Minister Peter Charles David experts to conclude Wednesday his official visit to Cuba, where he fostered bilateral relations, which will turn 30 years soon. Read More

Re-election of the Cuban writer Miguel Barnet in the UNESCO committee to be highlighted

The re-election of the famous writer and ethnologist Miguel Barnet to integrate the scientific committee of the UNESCO program La Ruta del Esclavo (The Slave Route) was qualified as a recognition to the work done by Cuba. Read More

Cienfuegos, Cuba Focuses on Prevention to Combat Diabetes and High Blood Pressure

The Pan-American Health Organization’s (PAHO) Carmen survey project, first implemented in the central Cuban province of Cienfuegos in the 1990s, has begun phase two of its study that aims to detect non-transmissible diseases such as diabetes and high blood pressure. Read More

Unity is Crucial to Preserve Sovereignty, says Cuban Parliament President

Cuba’s Parliament President, Ricardo Alarcon, stressed the necessary unity of the Cuban people to preserve independence, in a meeting with university students in this capital city Read More

Deciphering Qualification Rules for the Second World Baseball Classic

This year, the first two rounds feature a format of six games in each group with double eliminations Read More