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Biran, Hometown of the Castro-Ruz Family, Declared National Monument

On Tuesday, the Cuban National Commission on Monuments declared that the town where Cuban Presidents Fidel and Raul Castro were born is now added to the list of National Monuments. Read More

Cuban Triple Jumper Yargelis Savigne Wins in Malmoe

Triple-jump sensation Yargelis Savigne, from the eastern Cuban province of Guantánamo, has a good start to the indoor track and field winter season winning in just her second competition, this time in Malmoe, Sweden on Tuesday with a jump of 6.57 meters. Read More

Cuban Judokas to Compete in Paris Grand Slam

Cuba's national judo team (men and women) will compete this weekend in the Paris Grand Slam, seeking to win points to qualify for the London 2012 Olympics.<br /> Read More

Integration Spirit in 2009 Informatics Fair

The integration of projects and novelties of computer sciences as a means to solve problems of Latin America and the Caribbean is the main theme at the 2009 Informatics Fair. Read More

First Horizontal Oil Well Drilled by Cubans

Cuban oil industry workers are drilling the first horizontal well in an area close to the town of Boca de Camarioca, on the north coast of Matanzas province. Read More

Cuban Film, Best Ever in Ibero-America

The Cuban Film Memorias del subdesarrollo (1968), directed by late Tomas Gutierrez Alea (Titon), ranks as best film in the history of Ibero-American cinema. Read More

Danish Communist Leader in Cuba

Danish Communist Party (KP) chairman Jorge Petersen has carried out an extensive program of meetings with political and grass-roots organizations during his stay in Cuba, Granma newspaper reports Wednesday. Read More

Cuban Essayist Jorge Ibarra Works at Book Fair

Cuban essayist Jorge Ibarra described his work as an expression of the historiography of the island enjoying great diversity of criteria, since his works portray that multiplicity. Read More

Cuba Redesigns Tobacco Collector Houses

Hit by successive hurricanes, Cuban tobacco harvesters are improving the design of tobacco collector houses to face up to those phenomena, which usually cause serious damage. Read More