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Patrimonium Numen, new cuban scientific magazine on heritage publised in Cienfuego

Under the title Patrimonium Numen, this new project will be hosted, every three months, in the Azurina digital site, a place to promote the artistic work in the territory. Read More

By the end of 2008 the decreasing of Cuban population continues for third years in a row

By the end of December last year, there were 691 citizens less than the year before. Read More

Discussion on OAS Cuba's re-admission has started

Revoking the 1962 resolution, which excluded the then government of Cuba from participating in the Inter-American system, will provide an opportunity for the OAS to collaborate with Cuba Read More

Over 800 Thousand More Tourists Arrive in Cuba in 2009

<br /> Up to the present, the main market sending vacationers to Cuba is Canada, followed by Spain, Italy and other European countries. Read More

Ideograms found in Cienfuegos show earlier chinese presence in Cuba

There are three major Chinese migration flows to Cuba in history, the first from 1847 to 1874, the second from around 1865 to 1885 and the third from 1919 to 1925. Read More

Meñique Returns to the Havana of Martí, but in 3D

It is about a French story that José Martí adapted and recreated for his magazine The Golden Age by the end of the 19th century. Dedicated to children, the book, since then, has made the story so popular, that the time has changed its original name, Pulgarcito, by Meñique Read More

UNESCO praises Winners of the Cuban La Edad de Oro Composition Contest

Some 220 children from Bolivia, Argentina, Nicaragua, Mexico, El Salvador and Cuba participated in the contest. Read More

Fidel Castro writes about John F. Kennedy and his family

Fidel writes about the dramatic story of John F. Kennedy and his family and praises an article written by Kathleen Kennedy, John F. Kennedy’s niece, in which she asks Obama to eliminate travel restrictions to Cuba Read More

Influenza-like illness in the United States and Mexico

Because there are human cases associated with an animal influenza virus, and because of the geographical spread of multiple community outbreaks, plus the somewhat unusual age groups affected, these events are of high concern. Read More

Cuba Reduces Hurricane Vulnerability for 2009 Season

Cuban President Raúl Castro headed a meeting of the National Defence Council to access response and recovery measures after last year’s Hurricanes Gustav, Ike and Paloma Read More