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World religious leader to praise Cuban cultural center

Ofelia Ortega, president of the World Church Council for Latin America and the Caribbean praised the work and the popular reach of the Communitarian Cultural Center Abraham Lincoln of this city. Read More

Cuba to restate its bet for free software

The development in Cuba of the version 2.0 of the Nova operating system, promoted by the presence of this software in the 2009 Information Technology International Convention, reaffirms that the country is for technological independence in this field. Read More

Cuban-Arab Medical Congress in Havana

The Cuban capital will host the 2nd Cuban-Arab International Medical Congress in November.<br /> Read More

TripAdvisor Grants Awards to Cuban Hotel in Varadero, Cuba

The Tryp Peninsula Varadero, in Cuba's major beach resort, received the Recommended and Excellent Hotel awards, granted by TripAdvisor, based on its users' votes.<br /> Read More

Bolivians and Cubans paid tribute to guerrilla commander Ernesto Che Guevara

Bolivians and Cubans on Sunday paid tribute to guerrilla commander Ernesto Che Guevara on his 81st birthday at the same place where he was murdered in October, 1967. Read More

Camagüey, Cuba and its Nuances: Ecological Reservation Limones-Tuabaquey

Those who have discovered Camaguey through tourist guides, maps or Internet, could think that the wide territory of this province is made only by large meadows, thousands of hectares sown with different crops, beautiful beaches bathed by the Atlantic Ocean, or simply an old inland city seasoned with tinajones and palm trees. Read More

Equipment for Epidemiological Surveillance in Cienfuegos, Cuba

The health sector in the central Cuban province of Cienfuegos will benefit from the acquisition of equipment and materials to guarantee epidemiological surveillance in the region. Read More

Tínima, a giant amid Cuban breweries

The Brewery “Tínima” has been a brewing colossus in Cuba since 1985. <br /> Read More

Cuba Hosts the Regional Seminar Antidrug of Latin America

America Cuban authorities are giving finishing touches to the Regional Seminar of Latin America Judicial Reciprocal Assistance over Treaties for International Control of Drugs and psychotropic substances.<br /> <br /> Read More

Cuban factories are closing down and production is being cut by the international financial crisis

Cuban factories are closing down and production is being cut at other workplaces as the international financial crisis weighs on the import-dependent Caribbean island, the official media said on Sunday. Read More