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December 29th

Tropicana: a paradise under the stars

Havana's famed Tropicana nightclub turns 70 this week, its glamour days as an international celebrity still attracts tourists worldwide. Read More

UNEAC’s Havana Office Grants 2009 Honour Award

The Havana office of the Cuban Union of Writers and Artists (UNEAC) granted its 2009 Honour Award to plastics artist Vicente Hernandez in recognition of his lifework. Read More

Kidney Transplant in Holguin is among the first in Cuba

Since the Lucia Iniguez Ladin clinical hospital started kidney transplant in 1996, it has performed some 374 operations of this kind, thus ranking first in the country. Read More

Kindergarten with a full educational program

Cuba promotes nursery education with the development of different actions to guarantee the quality in the preparation of future teachers who study in the High Pedagogical Institute Manuel Ascunce Domenech from Ciego de Ávila. Read More

Cuban educational program with new goals ahead

The academic year 2009-2010 started on September first with several expectations due to the changes announced in the entire national teaching system. Read More

Argentinean doctors already graduated in Cuba open consultations in Argentina

Argentineans, who are graduated from the Latin American Medical School (ELAM) in Havana, opened on Monday the Tatu House, which is a practice for the attention of the inhabitants of a neighbourhood extremely poor from the great Buenos Aires. Read More

Cuba is the Isle of Music

Cuba is a very musical country. All the people on this island and any visitor might notice it quickly because rhythm is in our heart. Read More

El premio flaco movie

Juan Carlos Cremata’s most recent film is based on National Theatre Award Hector Quintero’s homonym play, which has always had notable successes in its staging in Cuba and the world. Read More

Cuban New Born Twins and their Mother Saved from H1N1 Virus

Cuban doctors in Sancti Spíritus province  were forced to practice a cesarean section to a woman pregnant with twins on the 34th week of pregnancy after she was diagnosed with the H1N1 Influenza A virus. All, the mother and the babies are now recovering. Read More