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Restored an old church in Cuban world patrimony area.

Affected by two hurricanes, the Church of the Sagrado Corazón de Jesús (Holy Jesus Heart), a relic of Viñales, shows today its original appearance, thanks to the work of a team of Cuban restorers. Read More

Young Cuban artists to exhibit in the United States

Young Cuban artists Jeosviel Abstengo Chaviano, Liesther Amador González, and Fernando Caluff, will represent Cuba on the first edition of Hispanoamericanos, Traveling Souls exhibition, scheduled to be held at the Albernathy Arts Center, in the US city of Georgia. Read More

Paulo FG celebrates 25 anniversary of artistic life

Renowned popular Cuban musician, Paulo Fernandez Gallo, better known as Paulo FG, will hold a concert at Havana’s Karl Marx Theatre on Saturday, September 1st at 9pm. Read More

Cuba growing less food than 5 ys ago despite agriculture reforms

Cuba is producing less food than it did five years ago despite efforts to increase agriculture production Read More

Viredo Espinosa dies; Cuban Abstract Expressionist painter was 83

Viredo Espinosa was a member of the Group of the Eleven, who introduced non-figurative, abstract works into modern art in Cuba. His work was greatly influenced by his Afro-Cuban upbringing. Read More

Raul Castro Meets with Brazilian Foreign Minister

President Raul Castro met with Fernando Pimentel, Brazil's Minister of Development, Industry and Foreign Trade, who is on an official visit to the Caribbean island. Read More

Cuba Approves Quick Test to Aid in Early Cancer Diagnoses

The Center for State Control of the Quality of Medicines in Cuba has granted approval to a rapid test to detect human blood hidden in feces, an important risk indicator for the diagnosis of colon cancer. Read More

Cuba, Norway main locations for Colombia peace talks

Peace negotiations between the Colombia government and the FARC will be taking place in both Norway and Cuba with representatives from Venezuela and Chile acting as guarantors Read More

Cuba: Private employment now 22 percent of jobs

Twenty-two percent of Cuban workers were employed in non-governmental jobs last year, up from 16 percent in 2010 Read More

Pastors for Peace Caravan Cargo Arrives in Havana

The IFCO/Pastors for Peace 20th anniversary caravan cargo of nearly 100 tons of humanitarian aid has arrived in Cuba Read More