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Cuban economic crisis is so serious and says “Save or Die” the Only Alternatives

The Cuban economic crisis is so serious that the editor of the Communist Party daily Granma called it one of “save or die.” Read More

Cuban Guillermo Rigondeaux, who defected from Cuba in February wins pro debut

Two-time Olympic gold medalist Guillermo Rigondeaux won his pro debut with a <br /> third-round TKO over Juan Noriega in Miami. Read More

Cuba, will stop importing disposable glasses for the Cubana de Aviación airline

The country will stop importing disposable glasses for the Cubana de Aviación airline with the setting in operation in the province of Ciego de Ávila of a modern factory, the only one in Cuba.  Read More

Cuba uses arsenic for the treatment of the leukemia with good results

The 2009 Hematology Conference ended in Havana with a presentation by <br /> specialists from the Havana Institute of Hematology and Immunology (IHI) on the <br /> treatment of children suffering from leukemia with arsenic. Read More

Cuban photographer Roberto Salas inaugurated his exhibit in Japan

Renowned Cuban photographer Roberto Salas inaugurated his exhibit ‘Así son los cubanos´ at the Kyoto University of Foreign Studies, some 500 kilometers away from Tokyo , the Japanese capital. Read More

Honor Award for Graziella Pogolotti and Juan Padrón in Cubadisco 2009

The Cubadisco Organizing Comittee granted the Honor Award of the event to two important figures of Cuban culture: the essay writer Graziella Pogolotti and the producer Juan Padrón, due to their contribution to the formation of ethical values in childred and young people.<br /> Read More

Investments of the United States in Cuba?

Investors in high risk assets are setting their sights on Cuban securities now more than ever given the cheap prices and the overtures made by the U.S. government toward the island. Read More

Painter Wilber Ortega Exhibits New Landscapes in Las Tunas, Cuba

The gallery of the Association of Cuban Writers and Artists (UNEAC) reopened its doors in Las Tunas with the personal exhibition by the famous local painter Wilber Ortega, entitled Ruegos del silencio (Prayers in Silence).<br /> Read More

The white House has requested Cuba to renew the conversations on the immigration suspended in 2003

President Barack Obama speaks at the National Archives in Washington, D.C. Obama made his case on the closing of Guantanamo Bay detention facility after the Senate and the House have both voted no to grant his request. Read More

Government of the Mexican capital decreed the end of the influenza A (H1N1) health alert on Friday

The city's Scientific Committee for Epidemiologic and Health Surveillance has decided to change the level from amber to green, due to low risks of contracting the disease. Read More