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May 16th

Industriales and Ciego de Ávila won their games yesterday at the semifinal baseball playoff.

Industriales team beat Matanzas one in six at LatinoStadium, to take the lead of Western semifinal baseball. For another time Granma evidence fails again in the technical and tactical game an Ciego won. Read More

Alan Gross: Cuba is ready to negotiate his status

"It is not conceived in the Cuban system that persons in this situation can be allowed to travel abroad," Josefina Vidal, the top official in the Cuban foreign ministry handling North America, said in an interview on CNN Read More

May 15th

Cuba's Dayron Robles fourth in Puerto Rico athletic meet

American Ryan Wilson won the race in 13.424 seconds to lead a US podium sweep in the event Read More

Hisotrial debut of Cuban Symphony music director Enrique Perez Mesa

A little musical and geopolitical history was made Friday night when Enrique Perez Mesa, music director of the National Symphony Orchestra of Cuba, made his U.S. debut not far from the historic cigar factory districts that constitute some of the deepest ties between the two countries. Read More

Unfortunate Plight of Cuban Migrants in Mexico Reported

Some 250 Cubans have been detained in difficult, dubious conditions at the Tapachula migrant station in southeastern Mexico awaiting judgment on their legal status Read More

Cuba Promotes Business Opportunities in China

The meeting in the Cuban Embassy in Beijing marked the beginning of a program that will also involve talks with leaders of the Chinese Council for the Promotion of International Trade Read More

Fire at Cuba charter flight company was arson

The Coral Gables Fire Department said in a report that investigators found a disposable lighter, the remains of a green bottle, and a piece of asphalt Read More

May 13th

UNESCO Official to Attend Havana Meeting on Management of Historical Centers

The event is scheduled for May 15-18 and was organized by the Havana Historian’s Office along with UNESCO’s Regional Culture Office for Latin America and the Caribbean Read More

Center under Construction for Scorpion Management for Health Purposes

The installation, under management of the Pharmaceutical and Chemical Production Center, LABIOFAM, will provide dwellings to over 20 000 scorpions, almost four-fold the current amount in captivity in the province of Granma. Read More

Chavez Ends Radiation Treatment ‘Successfully,’ Optimistic About Results

“We come with great optimism that this treatment will have the effects we aspire to, asking Christ to help us continue alongside all of you,” Chavez said. Read More