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Exploring unchanged Cuba

We are in Cuba's heart, the middle of this long streak of island, in search of the country's provincial face and a gentler pace than Havana. Read More

Gen Y players move in colleges, pro ranks

The Cubans call them Generation Y. Children born in the late 1970s and '80s whose parents creatively used the 25th letter of the alphabet for inspiration. Read More

U.S. agency increases sanctions for Cuba travel companies

MIAMI The U.S. agency that enforces Cuba sanctions approved 42 new travel and other service providers this year, compared to none in 2009, in what government officials described as a push sparked by changes in the Obama administration policy and the bureaucracy. Read More

Cuba will continue defending truth and reason

• Speech by Foreign Minister Bruno Rodríguez Parilla at the Heads of State and Government Session of the 6th European Union- Latin America and Caribbean Summit, Madrid, May 18, 2010 Read More

Cuba says private farmers can deal directly with suppliers

In the latest loosening of government involvement in Cuba's still predominantly state-run economy, private farmers in the country will be allowed to bypass the government bureaucracy and purchase goods directly from suppliers. Read More

Alarcon: Marti Is the Best Example of Virtue

HAVANA, Cuba, May 19 (acn) The president of the National Assembly (Parliament), Ricardo Alarcon, described Cuban National Hero Jose Marti as the best example of virtue, which should be followed by all those elected by the people to represent them at the municipal assemblies. Read More

Infinite vitality in Cuban music

Cuban music has made contributions to universal culture by comming out with characteristics of their own and endless vitality, under the heritage of Spanish and African rhythms and the receptor of Caribbean, continental and European influences. Read More

Cuba: Exercises Against Possible Disasters

Cuba will perform this weekend and next June civil defense exercises to prepare the population in the event of high intensity earthquakes and seaquakes, official sources said today.<br /> Read More

Dayron Robles Loses in South Korea

HAVANA, Cuba, May 19 (acn) Cuban Dayron Robles finished second in the 110 meter hurdles event at the IAAF Daegu Athletics Meeting in South Korea. Read More

Over 10,000 Patients Benefited from Cuban Medicament

HAVANA, Cuba, May 19 (acn) Over 10,000 patients from over a dozen countries, including Cuba, have been benefited from Heberprot-P, a medicament developed on the island and world leader for the treatment of diabetic foot ulcers. Read More