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April 17th

Hillary Clinton declares in Haiti that her country is ready to talk to Cuba

The United States is ready to talk to Cuba, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said on Thursday as Caribbean leaders piled pressure on Washington to end its sanctions against the island. Read More

Cuba will receive russian Help to Modernize Military Hardware

Russia could build a military repair center in Cuba to help the island modernize Soviet military hardware. Read More

Reknown Cuban Missionary G. Matilde Cardenas died

She worked in the entire island of Cuba, with the exception of the western most portion of the country. Read More

April 16th

South African National Heritage Council Awarded Fidel with Ubuntu Award

The Ubuntu Award, granted by the South African National Heritage Council, was handed on Wednesday to Cuban Culture Minister Abel Prieto, who received it on behalf of Cuban Revolution leader Fidel Castro. Read More

Cuba in Defense of Its National Tree

Cuba works to sow this year over half million of royal palms in views to restore almost three thousand demolished by the powerful hurricanes Gustav, Ike and Paloma Read More

Lula says he will address the Cuban issue in the coming Americas Summit

"What the president wants is that the issue causes no embarrassments for (Barack) Obama, with whom he is genuinely enchanted" according to Folha de Sao Paulo. Read More

In Holguin Comprehensive Investigation of the Cuban Family

The Alcides Pino policlinic located in the homonymous neighbourhood in Holguin city will join the national program of the comprehensive investigation of the Cuban family. Read More

The Seventh International Low-Budget Film Festival honored Titón

The film "Titon, de la Habana a Guantanamera" (Titon, from Havana to Guantanamera), was presented during the second day of the festival, in this small coastal town in Holguin. Read More

Inaugurated 3rd Bolivarian Alternative for the Americas (ALBA) Games in the Sports City Coliseum in Havana.

Competitions will take place in all 14 provinces and in the special municipality of Isla de la Juventud, with a good portion of the best of the region’s athletes plus participants from other European and African nations. Read More

April 15th

Cuba is definitely a rising star in the Caribbean

The US authorities are also working on increasing flight options between the US and Cuba, currently limited to charter and private flights only. Read More