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The Magic Flute Premiered in Havana

A Spanish version of Mozart's opera "The Magic Flute" was premiered by the National Lyric Theater (TLN) in Cuba. Read More

Cuba Fosters Production of Organic Fertilizers

Production of organic fertilizers is part of Cuban authorities' strategy to develop agriculture in order to meet the demand from the sector and reduce imports.<br /> Read More

YES CUBA alternative electronic bulletin by the Jamaican Solidarity with Cuba

The YES CUBA alternative electronic bulletin by the Jamaican Solidarity with Cuba includes information on activities marking the 50th anniversary of the Cuban Revolution. Read More

Poem book by the Cuban anti-terrorist Hero in South Africa

The poetry book Desde mi altura (From my height), by Antonio Guerrero (one of the five), was presented in a special session of the General Assembly of the National Association of Democratic Lawyers of South Africa (NADEL).<br /> Read More

Visual arts salon in Matanzas, Cuba to be dedicated to Guayasamín

The 18th Roberto Diago Querol visual arts event, which is to take place in this city from March 6th to April 6th, will be dedicated to Oswaldo Guayasamín.<br /> Read More

Biennial Arts Fair to Begin in Havana

More than 300 creators from 54 countries have confirmed their participation in the contemporary arts event, which will take place from March 27 to April 30<br /> Read More

ALBA Helps Cuban Textile Company to Update

The Eddio Teijeiro Textile Company, located in the city of Matanzas, has improved its production technology with the help of funds from the Bolivarian Alternative of Our Americas (ALBA). Read More

Evo Morales Recognizes Work of Cuban Doctors in Bolivia

Bolivian President Evo Morales praised the support of Cuban and Venezuelan doctors in the crusade against dengue fever. Read More

In Las Tunas, Cuba: Giving Efforts to the Occupation

The Association of Cuban Educators was born four half a decade ago because it is difficult to present efforts to the occupation and because it is necessary to have an organization that joins, communicates and honors the imagination and the zeal of those who offer hours of their day to educate in this Caribbean country. Read More

Cuban Film Library, still young at the age of 49

The foyer of “Chaplin” Movie House is decorated with an exhibition of documents related to the painstaking work of the Cuban Film Library. There are also photographs of Hector Garcia Mesa, its director for 30 years, sublime dedication that only death could stop.<br /> Read More