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Chucho Valdés' Jazz Concert in Mexico a Success

Mexico, May 22 (Prensa Latina) Years pass and Chucho Valdes continues to amaze with his innovative imagination in music, as demonstrated in the concert he just offered in Mexico's National Auditorium Lunario. Read More

'Q' is for Cuba, and other tales from tech support

A week of computer woes prompts the Monitor's language columnist to note how language and technology substitute for one another.<br /> Read More

US fears oil spill could reach Cuba

WASHINGTON, USA (CMC) -- Officials in the Barack Obama administration are expressing concern that the massive oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico could spread damage to Cuba. Read More

Cuba to open tour of sunken Spanish-American War vessels

HAVANA — Cuba plans to open underwater excursions to view six sunken vessels wrecked in 1898 off the island's shores during the Spanish-American War, the state-run Cubatur tourism firm said Friday. Read More

Liuba María Hevia's latest CD "Puertas"

After 25 years of having enjoyed the sweet voice of singer/songwriter Liuba María Hevia, her new CD &quot;Puertas&quot; is relased, which has taken longer than any of her previous albums, and brings together 13 songs composed in the course of 2002 to 2008. Read More

Obama: Oil spill panel must not disrupt "any ongoing or anticipated civil or criminal investigation"

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A month-old gusher of oil into the Gulf of Mexico off the U.S. coast has resisted efforts by BP Plc to plug it up, and the Obama administration is under increasing pressure to do something about it. Read More

Carcoma in the city of Camagüey

The pieces of virgin wood discovered yesterday announce the possible forms that will be taken as future art pieces, thanks to the work of craft workers participating in the 6th Carcoma Festival, expected to taken place in this city until this May 21.<br /> Read More

Haiti officials warn heavy rains could hit capital

Haitian officials are warning that a heavy rains could trigger floods and landslides in the quake-addled country. Read More

How would open US travel to Cuba affect Florida?

If Congress passes a bill to let U.S. citizens travel freely to Cuba, what would be the economic impact on Florida? Read More

Cuban Researcher Receives the Green Nobel

HAVANA, Cuba, May 20 (acn) The representative of the UN’s Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) in Havana, Ana Maria Navarro, congratulated Cuban researcher Humberto Rios Labrada who on Monday became the first Cuban to receive the Goldman Environmental Prize Read More