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New Choreography based on Lorca's poem by Cuban Ballet Company on La Huella de España Festival

<div> A new choreography by Cuban Prima Ballerina Alicia Alonso, based on a poem by Federico Garcia Lorca, will be premiered during the 21st La Huella de España Festival, to take place in Havana from May 31 to June 7. </div> Read More

Corin Tellado has died this Saturday

Maria del Socorro Tellado Lopez, collapsed at her home in the northern seaside city of Gijon and died of heart failure Read More

New center to assist HIV/AIDS patients in Cuba

<div> The new center will track the patients from the six eastern Cuban provinces of Camaguey, Las Tunas, Holguin, Granma, Guantanamo and Santiago de Cuba. </div> Read More

Commemoration of Good Friday in Cuba's Old Havana

The procession began at Havana's Cathedral and on its way through the streets of the old city, ending at the Church of Christ the Traveller Read More

Dayron Robles coming back to tracks in June

<div> Cuba's Olympic 110m hurdles champion and world record holder Dayron Robles is recovering from a thigh injury and will be back to the track this summer </div> Read More

Recent diggins revealed that Holguin is Much Older than Supposed

<div> The diggings allowed isolating ceramic of Spanish and Mexican origin, classified by the Cabinet of Archaeology of the Office of the Havana City Historian as from a period between 1540 and 1650 </div> Read More

Congress on Health and Quality of Life Ends in Eastern Cuba

With practices linked with the increase of the people’s quality of life will end today the third International Congress on Health and Quality of Life in the town of Mir, 40 kilometers southwest of Holguin city. Read More

New Russian Radar is tested at Civil Airport in Camaguey

The installation of the radar in Camagüey, because of the wide area it covers, is very important for Cuba, since it has the responsibility of covering the Nuevas, Maya and Giron Alto Cuban airways. Read More

Highly evaluated Cuba's Medical Care for the Disabled

WHO's specialist praised the work of all Cuban State organizations that design policies, strategies, programs and services to improve the quality of life of the disabled and facilitate their social integration. Read More

Cuban trade is expected to decline significantly this year

Cuba reported a debt of $17.8 billion and current account balance of payments surplus of $527 million in 2007, the last time official figures were made available. Read More