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April 23rd

Erislandy Lara gave a boxing class to Ronald Hearns

<span class="long_text"><span class="hps">Erislandy</span> <span class="hps">Lara</span> <span class="hps">gave</span> <span class="hps">few options</span> to the <span class="hps">rival</span> <span class="hps">who</span> <span class="hps">completely dominated</span> during this short <span class="hps">fight</span><span class="hps"></span><span>.</span></span> Read More

Cubans actors expected to travel to Tribeca Film Festival Vanish In Miami

Two of three Cuban teens featured in the Tribeca Film Festival entry Una Noche disappeared after their plane from Cuba landed in Miami. Read More

28 boat people arrived in the Cayman Islands, south of Cuba

A group of 28 Cuban boat people arrived on the island Cayman Brac asking for help because the boat they were traveling broke down and fell short of fuel. Read More

In the battle of Tampa vs. Miami: Which City has the Best Cuban Sandwich?

It’s a battle between two cities and their Cuban culinary masters. Who threw down first is hard to discern, but one thing is clear: pride is on the line. Read More

April 22nd

11th Havana Biennial 2012: Artistic Practices and social imaginary

Organized by the Wifredo Lam Contemporary Arts Center, the biennial will bring artists from Latin America, Africa, Asia and other parts of the world. Read More

April 19th

Works by Cuban artists will be exhibited in Australia

The building of the High Court of Australia in Canberra, will host an exhibition of paintings that includes works by seven of the most important contemporary Cuban artists of the plastic. Read More

Bruzón tops Group A of Latin American chess

On Monday evening the IV Ibero-American Chess Championship Cuban Lázaro Bruzón managed two wins and placed at the top of Group A of the event that you have yet to even play the penultimate and final round. Read More

Cienfuegos combat climate change

Cienfuegos experts presented a project called scenarios of danger and vulnerability with which they intend to tackle climate change and sea level rise that is forecast for the years 2050 and 2100. Read More

Hemophiliacs receive priority attention in Cuba

According to Dr. Jose Manuel Ballester, director of the Institute of Hematology and Immunology (IHI) in Cuba more than 400 hemophiliacs receive priority attention as part of the program that exists on the island. Read More

Health and tourism are at the heart of Cuban exports

According to statements by Cuban officials, 70% of the income you receive are due to Cuba exports health services, tourism and other areas such as IT.<br /> The first deputy minister of Foreign Trade and Foreign Investment, Antonio Carricarte, explained that in these sectors there are many potential still untapped, it is necessary to diversify products, markets and quality offers. Read More