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Women Mostly Represented in Camagüey, Cuba, Labor Force

Seventy percent of technicians and professionals in the municipality of Camagüey are women, which is a clear reflection of the growing role this gender plays in the economic and social life of this city. Read More

Cuban art market shows signs of vitality

The Cuban art market is showing signs of vitality as the economic recession weakens demand for works from elsewhere in Latin America, collectors said. Read More

The Cuban Dayron Robles May Debut in Thessalonica, Greece.

Robles has been away from the track after injuring his left thigh during a February 10 meet in Lievin, France that was supposed to mark his summer debut Read More

Cuban archipelago: Urban Environment and Recreation

The Cuban archipelago, full of natural, historic and cultural attractions for tourists, also offers its urban environment as a new option for holidays and recreation. Read More

Production of Salt Restarts in Las Tunas for Industries of Cuba

The saltern company located in this northeastern municipality of Las Tunas province, restarted the production of thick salt to the Cuban industry and the agricultural sector, after the passage of hurricane Ike, which destroyed completely its machineries and facilities nine months ago. Read More

Bolivian President Evo Morales arrived to Cuba today

Bolivian President Evo Morales arrived to Cuba on Thursday responding to an invitation by Cuban President Raúl Castro. Read More

In Havana: Cuban Tribute to Poet Rafael Alberti

Several Spanish writers, among them Fernando Valverde, winner of the 2009 Alarcos Poetry Award, will participate in a seminar Wednesday here, dedicated to Spanish deceased poet Rafael Alberti (1902-1999). Read More

Las Tunas, Cuba, Will Celebrate 42nd Cucalambeana Folkloric Party

The Cucalambeana Folkloric Party, dedicated this year to the buccolic poetess Tomasita. Las Tunas Will Celebrate 42nd Cucalambeana Folkloric Party. Read More

Sports Minister of the Seychelles Islands, arrived in Cuba for a working visit

Vincent Meriton, Culture, Youth and Sports Minister of the Seychelles Islands, arrived in Cuba on Tuesday for a working visit that will include the signing of a cooperation agreement in the field of sports.<br />   Read More

Cuban Industries Cooperate with PetroCaribe

The Noel Fernández and Faustino Pérez Metal Forming Companies, from central Matanzas province, produce gas cylinders destined for Petrocaribe consignees. Read More