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November 5th

Largest Trade Show FIHAV 2012 Opens in Cuba

The International Fair of Havana, FIHAV 2012, opened doors today through Sat. Nov.6, to mark its 30th anniversary, attended by more than 3,000 exhibitors from 62 countries. Read More

Cuban Polling Stations Open for Second Round Municipal Elections

The runoff election for municipal delegates in Cuba began today in 136 of the 168 municipalities in the country, where there are 3, 210 polling stations opened.<br />From 07:00 local time (12:00 GMT) citizens will go to the polls in schools, workplaces and other facilities that have published biographies of the candidates and the list of the voters. Read More

Plan For Cuban Landmark's Rebirth Sparks Debate

In a country where money is perennially tight, it might seem a fantastic gift: A celebrity ballet star pledges to raise millions of dollars to rescue the ruins of an architectural masterpiece abandoned in mid-construction five decades ago in his native Cuba. Read More

November 3rd

Julieta Venegas to perform in Cuba for 1st time in December

Mexican singer-songwriter Julieta Venegas will perform for the first time in Cuba on Dec. 3 in a concert to help the U.N.'s worldwide campaign to end violence against women, Cuban official media said Thursday. Read More

Alicia Alonso Dances again at Havana’s International Ballet Festival

The return to the stage of the legend of Cuban ballet, Alicia Alonso added a touch of class to the 23rd edition of Havana’s International Ballet Festival. Read More

Cuban Leader Brings Hope To Residents Affected By Hurricane Sandy

Castro said Cuba's second largest city, Santiago, looked like it had been bombed. Read More

November 2nd

Extremely Enthusiastic Reviews for Cuban Symphony Orchestra in US

The National Symphony Orchestra of Cuba has got great recognition from spectators and critics during its performances as part of its first tour of several US cities. Read More

Venezuela's PDVSA also comes up empty off Cuba

A well drilled by Venezuelan state oil giant PDVSA in Cuban waters of the Gulf of Mexico also has turned up dry, the Communist-ruled island's official media reported Friday. Read More