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April 2nd

Sanlope Publishing House Celebrates Its 18th Anniversary in Las Tunas, Cuba

With about 407 titles the Sanlope Publishing House, in the eastern province of Las Tunas, celebrates today its 18th anniversary promoting narrators, poets, essayists and historians of this territory, of the national and of universal literature. Read More

Cuban Crops Better after Hurricanes

Agriculture in Pinar del Rio, western Cuba, devastated by two hurricane last September, shows recovery as it triples vegetable production and expands into crops it never had before the storms. Read More

In Cuba: Holguin Hospital Implements New Investment Program

Nearing its 44th Anniversary, the Vladimir Ilich Lenin Hospital in eastern Holguin province is carrying out a wide program of investment supported by several entities in the province and the maintenance brigade of this medical institution. Read More

Cuba Decorates Foreign Artists

Cuba presented its National Cultural Award to four foreign personalities with solid ties to its arts and intellectual movement, reported Granma daily. Read More

UNESCO to Mark Centenary of Cuban Writer's Birth

The United Nation Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) included the commemoration of the centenary of Cuban writer Jose Lezama Lima's birth in the list of anniversaries to be celebrated by the institution in the 2010-2011 period.<br /> Read More

Isidro Thondike Granted Cuban National Dance Award

First dancer and Professor Isidro Rolando Thondike has won the 2009 National Dance Award for his contribution to the development of this artistic expression in Cuba. Read More

April 1st

Cuban Scientists Receive Kovalievskaia Award

The Sofia Kovalievskaia Award, granted by the foundation that was named after the famous scientist of the 19th century, was granted on Monday to three young Cuban researchers. Read More

Cuba to Present Advances in Clinical Pathology and Laboratory Techniques

Cuba will show its most recent advances in perfecting clinical pathology and laboratory medicine techniques, during the 19th Latin American Congress of this specialty, scheduled to open in this capital on Wednesday.<br /> Read More

Cuban Parliament President Meets Counterpart from Kiribati

The President of the Cuban National Assembly (Parliament), Ricardo Alarcon, met with his counterpart from Kiribati, Taomati T. Iuta, who is on a working visit in Havana. Read More

Communitarian theater to go through Cuban mountains

Thousands of inhabitants from the Sierra Maestra, the biggest Cuban massif, will enjoy the 18th yearly tour of the socio-cultural communitarian project Guerrilla de Teatreros. Read More