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September 18th

Consolidating the Cuban Nation Will Take Centuries

What I want to talk about is what is done in support of animals, even in the heart of Old Havana, a place where overpopulation charges the environment with tension and cruelty. Read More

South Africa and Cuba Willing to Deepen Relations

South African and Cuban deputy foreign ministers, Marius Fransman and Rogelio Sierra, expressed their countries’ willingness to further strengthen bilateral relations Read More

September 17th

Cuba sends 6 athletes at Triathlon World Cup

The six-time national champion and multiple medallist of Central America and the Caribbean Games, Michel Gonzalez, heads the Cuban team to compete at the Triathlon World Cup to be held in the Mexican city of Cancun, on October 7. Read More

Cuba Begins 2012 Population Census

According to officials from the National Bureau of Statistics and Information (ONEI), count will start simultaneously in all Cuban territory at that time, which will be run until September 24, the daily says. Read More

Cuban and German Art Mix in Berlin

A new presentation of the Cuban-German fine arts cultural project "El Vuelo del Bronce" (Bronze Flight) is open to the public through October 24 at main CelloMusik Hall in this capital, with works by renowned artists from the two countries that have been working together since 2006. Read More

'Chico & Rita': An Animated Film With A Cuban Beat

Chico's story mimics the stories of many Cuban musicians who left Havana and arrived in New York City in the 1940s — a time when musicians like Charlie Parker and Dizzy Gillespie were starting to emerge Read More

September 16th

US: No Deal With Cuba on Release of American

A U.S. State Department spokesperson said Thursday the U.S. does not see any willingness on Cuba's part to seriously discuss the release of imprisoned American contactor Alan Gross, and urged Havana to send him home as a humanitarian gesture. Read More

September 15th

The Obama Foreign Policy: A Non Sequitur

Up until September 11th, 2012, the Obama campaign truly believed that their candidate had the upper hand on the issue of foreign policy. In fact, during Mr. Obama’s nomination acceptance speech just last week, he portrayed Mr. Romney as “new to foreign policy.” Read More

South Florida JAZZ 21st Anniversary Celebration Presents Cuban Fire! 'Gonzalo Rubalcaba Trio'

South Florida JAZZ, founded in 1991 and celebrating its 21st anniversary, kicks off its 2012-13 concert season on Saturday, November 24, 2012 at 8:00 p.m. with the Grammy-awarded Cuban-born pianist Gonzalo Rubalcaba. Read More

September 14th

Cuba to Host International Nanotech Forum

Havana will host the 4th International Nanoscience and Nanotechnology Conference September 18-21 with the attendance of renowned international experts. Read More