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October 18th

Alzheimer's in Cuba will double for 2030

Juan Llibre, director of the center of neurodegenerative pathology studies that assert that some 130 thousand Cubans have called Alzheimer's disease and these numbers will double by 2030. Read More

Cuban swimmer wins silver medal at the Pan American Games Guadalajara-2011.

Hanser Garcia won today a surprise silver medal in the 100 freestyle for the XVI Pan American Games-2011. Read More

October 16th

The Morenas of Caribbean debut with victory at Guadalajara 2011

The Cuban women's volleyball team made ​​its debut on Saturday with 3-0 win against Canada at the Pan American Games Guadalajara-2011 Read More

Over 50 countries will participate in FIHAV 2011

About 50 countries participate in the XXIX International Fair of Havana, to be held in Expocuba October 30 to November 5. Read More

Puerto Rican researcher Silvia Alberti donated to Cuba José Martí brochure

Silvia Alberti researcher at the Universidad Interamericana de Puerto Rico, gave Marti Studies Center (CEM) the prospectus José Martí, said a policy of this institution. Read More

The Van Van in Santiago de Cuba

The people of Santiago de Cuba waiting for the rain to stop, so they can dance to the Cuban band Los Van Van in the Plaza de la Revolución Antonio Maceo. Read More

October 15th

Dutch Film Festival in Havana

Begins Third Dutch Film Festival, last night of October 13, in the Chaplin film City of Havana. Premiering "The Flight of the brides" a film from 2008, by Ben Sombagaartcon Read More

Celebrating 20 anniversary the Melia Santiago de Cuba

The Hotel Meliá Santiago de Cuba, arrives this October 15th to 20th anniversary, preferably in the European market in countries like France, England, Germany, Spain and Italy. Read More

Cuba going for Baseball World Cup

  The Cuban baseball team, will look on Friday his move to the discussion of the gold medal in the World Baseball Cup, which takes place in Panama.   Read More

October 14th

¿Seven innings?, That's not baseball according to Urquiola

Cuban coach Alfonso Urquiola today criticized the measure to cut a seven-inning baseball games in the second round of the Panama-2011 World Cup. Read More