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24th International Ballet Festival was inaugurated

24th International Ballet Festival was inaugurated last Tuesday night at Havana's Karl Marx Theater with the presentation Shakespeare and his masks and the performance of the principal dancers Anette Delgado and Dani Hernández. Read More

Three Cubans are candidates for Gold Glove MLB

The outstanding performance of Cuban baseball players in Major League Baseball in the United States is a widely known issue. Given their vast skills three of them are Gold Glove finalist. Read More

Death of Cuban worker in Guinea Conakry wasn’t caused by Ebola virus

On Sunday October 26 a Cuban collaborator died serving in Guinea Conakry. The Cuban Ministry of Public Health has reported that the cause of death was not Ebola, but malaria, the worker was not in contact with sick people. Read More

Bolivian doctors will be trained in Cuba to fight Ebola

Six Bolivian doctors attend a preparatory meeting in Cuba on the clinical management of Ebola to be held this October 28. The Bolivian professionals receive technical training to mount medical camps if the disease spreads into the country. Read More

The boxer Luis Ortiz is accused of doping

The interim heavyweight champion in the WBA, Luis Ortiz, tested positive in doping test conducted last September 11 after his battle with the Nigerian Lateef Kayode. The Cuban was detected using Nandrolone, an anabolic asteroid. Read More

Cuba submitted 246 proposals for foreign investment

The Council of Ministers approved on Friday a portfolio of 246 proposals for foreign capital, amounting to 8,710 million dollars, which will be presented this November at the International Fair of Havana. Read More

Frederich Cepeda returns to Cuba after playing in the Japanese Professional League

Cuban star Frederick Cepeda came to Cuba on Sunday after his first foray into the Japanese Major Leagues with the iconic team Yomiuri Giants, which highlighted their great organization, systematic and rigorous training, as well as the quality of pitchers. Read More

Inauguration of the Ballet Festival in Havana's Karl Marx Theater

Today, when the National Ballet of Cuba (BNC) celebrates its 66th birthday, the artistic presentations of this festival that runs until November 7, dedicated this time to the English playwright William Shakespeare start. Read More

Two Cuban judokas did not return from World Junior Cup in Miami

Two Cuban judokas participants in the World Junior Cup held in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, did not return to Cuba. One is the female Gusmary Garcia, competing in more than 78 kilograms, while the other has not been confirmed, but suspected male Leilandy Alain Bridges, 60kg. Read More

Collapses are the result of heavy rains in Havana

The precarious situation of many constructive buildings in Havana was evident last Thursday when the second floor of the building at the corner of Galiano and Virtues in Central Havana collapsed after a heavy rain. The three balconies and façade fell to Galiano Street. Read More