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Young commits suicide by jumping from a building in Santiago de Cuba

Santiago de Cuba, Cuba. A young man of 27 years old committed suicide by jumping from the 15th floor of a building in the city of Santiago de Cuba. Read More

Cuban diplomat takes refuge in the USA, is arrested the second chief of the Cuban Embassy in Germany

The journalist and diplomatic Sonia Franco Cervera abandoned its mission as Consul of the Cuban embassy in Germany and is located in Miami after seeking political asylum to American authorities. Read More

Victory of the Cuban Soccer national team in El Salvador

Cuban soccer team won their friendly match against Azulita of El Salvador last night. Arichel Hernandez scored the first goal in the 25th minute Arturo Diaz and then secured the win with another goal in the 35th minute. Read More

Waiting rooms of Terminal 3 International Airport of Havana open

Terminal 3 from the Jose Marti International Airport reopened on October 1 their waiting rooms for accompanying passengers, reported Saturday the official press. The rooms were closed for repairs beginning in the second half of 2013. Read More

Barthelemy beats Saucedo and polishes his deserved title

The expected battle between the Cuban Rancés Barthelemy and Argentine Fernando Saucedo ended with victory for the wide world lightweight champion, who with this win reaffirms its title awarded by the International Boxing Federation (IBF). Read More

Carlos Acosta is the image and inspiration for a dance program

The BBC in collaboration with Sadler's Wells theater in London organized a dance program called Young Dancer 2015 to seek the best dancer between 16 and 20 years. The organization committee has asked the Cuban dancer Carlos Acosta to be the "ambassador" of it. Read More

Conducta, possible Cuban Film Nominated for Goya and Oscar Awards

The Cuban Institute of Cinematographic Art and Industry (ICAIC) already have the movie they will propose as a candidate for nomination at the Academy Awards in the United States, and the Goya Awards in Spain. Such is the case of Conducta, directed by Ernesto Daranas. Read More

The Cuban pitcher Hector M. Mendoza is getting used to the Japanese baseball

Over a month ago, the Cuban pitcher Hector Manuel Ripoll Mendoza flew to Japan after signing a contract with the Yomiuri Giants; also came his head coach in Cuba, Carlos Soto Soto, who will work with the technicals of the aforementioned team. Read More

The classical dance genre will characterize Ballet Festival of Havana

The advertising spot upcoming International Ballet Festival of Havana shows that the National Ballet of Cuba (BNC) is not intended to lose the classical genre in dance, and continues to opt for the elegance and tradition of this art form. Read More

Relations between Cuba and Angola intensify every day

The economic and commercial ties between Cuba and Angola have been narrowing in recent times. This follows from the frequent visits of officials and of President José Eduardo Dos Santos last June. Also signed cooperation documents and the growing presence of Cubans in Angola are evidence of that. Read More