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Cuba Human Rights Council (UNHRC) Re-Election

Cuban Ambassador to the United Nations, Abelardo Moreno, said that his country''s re-election to a three-year term at the Human Rights Council (UNHRC) constitutes a fresh push for the promotion of international solidarity and cooperation. Read More

Retinosis pigmentaria has been so far identified in 225 residents from the central Cuban province of Sancti Spiritus

Retinosis pigmentaria has been so far identified in 225 residents from the central Cuban province of Sancti Spiritus, meaning that 4,4 in 10 000 people here suffer from this eye disorder.  <br /> Read More

The digital television can delay about 15 years to be developed in Cuba

A technical commission was formed to oversee the transformation from analogue to digital television in the island, a process that could take some 15 years Read More

La Colmenita the Cuban Children´s Theater Company: On Top of Its Game

The next play by this children´s theater company La Colmenita will be titled Y sin embargo se mueve, which will include the music of the Cuban songwriter Silvio Rodriguez, said director of this group Carlos Alberto Cremata to Juventud Rebelde Read More

New Investments in Cuba's Tourism

Cuba's tourism sector will benefit from new investments as a result of a contract between the hotel group Gran Caribe and a real estate company from Qatar. Read More

In Cuba: 2nd Alejandro García Caturla National Composition Contest will be dedicated to choral music.

Sponsored by the Music Institute and the Copyright Agency, the contest will be open to Cuban composers residing in the island nation. Read More

6th International Congress on Ophthalmology in Cuba

The 6th International Congress on Ophthalmology starts Tuesday in Cuba, with the attendance of experts from several countries. Read More

Endemic Caribbean birds cohabit in Escaleras de Jaruco, Havana Province, Cuba

Groups of children and adults concerned with birds in Havana Province and the Capital City are supporting scientific missions of discovery and protection. Read More

Dams Conserve Vitality in spite of Severe Drought in Las Tunas, Cuba

Even when Las Tunas province continues being the driest in Cuba, the dams of the territory stay at 67 percent of their capacities, so they conserve their vitality in spite of the severe drought. Read More

German Dance Company Sasha Waltz and Guests to Perform in Cuba

The Company Sasha Waltz and Guests, considered the most international dance company in Germany, will perform at the Gran Teatro de La Habana theatre on May 28th and 29th. Read More