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Kenyans dominate long distances, Cubans sweep triple jump

Against the evening heat of 31C, Kenyan athletes dominated both the 5,000m and 3,000m steeplechase while Cuba had a clear sweep of triple jump at the inaugural IAAF Diamond League which kicked off on Friday. Read More

Cuba shows healthy recovery in international tourism

AFTER two months showing decreases in the amount of visitors for the months of March and April, Cuba recovered its grounds to position itself as a leading Caribbean destination in tourism Read More

Cuba's Barrios topples world champion in IAAF Diamond League

Yarelis Barrios of Cuba had a great toss to topple world champion in the women's discus at the inaugural IAAF Diamond League which kicked off at the Qatari capital here on Friday. Read More

Cuba’s medical diplomacy

When word reached Juan Carrizo that Hurricane Katrina had struck New ­Orleans on August 29 2005, he reacted with military precision. Read More

Cuba invited to US conference

A Cuban pharmacologist and genetics expert was a speaker at a Puerto Rico biotech conference co-organized with the FDA Read More

Cubans in Miami and Havana, A Transnational Community?

Transnational communities generate bidirectional cultural flows that can be seen as cultural remittances. These flows feed a “marketplace” of ideas, values, customs and ways of life that overlap with national cultures. <br /> Read More

Cuban Scientists Monitor Oil Spill in Gulf of Mexico

HAVANA, Cuba, May 14 (acn) The Cuban scientific community keeps a close eye on the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico after the collapse last April of the British Petroleum Deepwater Horizon platform. Read More

Attorneys Claim Habeas Corpus for Cuban Held in US Prison

South Journal—The defense team of Gerardo Hernandez, one of the five Cubans held in US prisons for 10 years now, will present a Habeas Corpus writ before June 14 so that US justice reconsiders the case. Read More

Cuba, Spain fight zombies

Havana's 5ta Avenida Producciones is teaming with Seville's La Zanfona Producciones to produce &quot;Juan de los Muertos&quot; (Juan of the Dead), a groundbreaking Cuban zombie film, and part of a growing semi-indie Cuban film scene. Read More

Cuba, Myanmar Want More Tourists

Cuba has only two golf courses, the other 10 were eliminated by the revolution in 1959. That is going to change soon, however, because the tourism ministry announced a new policy to allow foreign companies to build new tourism facilities in Cuba, including at least 10 courses, marinas and other developments. Read More