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Mariela Castro, daughter of Raúl Castro, headed the Cuban gays dance conga against homophobia

President Raul Castro's daughter led hundreds of Cuban gays in a street dance done yesterday to draw attention to gay rights on the island. Read More

Hillary Rodham Clinton will visit Latin America

U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton said she will visit El Salvador and Honduras in the coming weeks.<br /> Read More

Cuba Trains Defenses against Disasters

The General Staff of the Cuban Civil Defense of Cuba is leading Saturday and Sunday the drill Meteor 2009 with the purpose of training its structures to handle natural, technological, and sanitary disasters.<br /> Read More

In Cuba: University Staff and Students Look Inside

The Federation of University Students held forums to discuss ways to improve university course in Cuban history and Law<br /> Read More

Cuba's Undersea Oil Could Help Thaw Trade With U.S.

Deep in the Gulf of Mexico, an end to the 1962 U.S. trade embargo against Cuba may be lying untapped, buried under layers of rock, seawater and bitter relations. Read More

Cuban Music Fair Starts

Everything is ready for the opening ceremony Saturday in this capital of the International Music Fair &quot;Cubadisco 2009,&quot; dedicated this time to Puerto Rico, organizing committee chairman Ciro Benemelis stated. Read More

Cuba takes place with diverse activities the day of the museums

On Saturday morning, there will be an excellent opportunity to discover the exhibitions these institutions have. Guided by specialists, they explain each room and bring visitors to the history, culture and identity.<br /> Read More

Sugar Minister Congratulates Workers of Las Tunas, Cuba

Engineer Luis Manuel Avila, minister of the Sugar Industry, sent a congratulation message to the workers of Majibacoa Sugar Mill, of the eastern province of Las Tunas, for the fulfillment of the plan in the current harvest.<br /> Read More

UNICEF Highlights Rights of Children in Cuba

The representative of the United Nations Children Fund (UNICEF) in Cuba Jose Juan Ortiz underscored the efforts undertaken in the Caribbean nation to always guarantee that all children and adolescents fully enjoy their rights. Read More

Cuba and Azerbaidzhan will enhance economic and commercial ties at the 2nd Intergovernmental Commission

The Cuban delegation to the negotiations is led by Foreign Trade and Investment Vice Minister Ricardo Guerrero, co-president of the Joint Commission. Counterpart Nazin Samadov, director for International Organizations and Programs of the Tourism and Culture Ministries, will lead the Azerbaijani delegation.<br /> Read More