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November 25th

The reporter for The New York Times who writes about Cuba is visiting Havana

Colombian journalist Ernesto Londoño, who campaign publishers of The New York Times about Cuba is attributed, is in Havana for work, as revealed on his Twitter account. Read More

Cuban baseball team wins gold medal in Veracruz

The selection of Cuba hit 14 hits last Friday against the selection of Nicaragua, achieving a victory of 9 races by 3. Thus the Cuban team took home the gold medal in baseball tournament at Centro American and Caribbean Games in Veracruz. Read More

Cuban doctor infected with Ebola is receiving a first level treatment

Felix Baez Sarria, Cuban doctor infected with Ebola in Sierra Leone receives a "first level treatment" at the University Hospital of Geneva, Switzerland, where his situation is followed by nine nurses and three physicians 24 hours a day. Read More

Gold and silver medals for Cuba in the hammer throw

Cuban Yipsi Moreno and Yurisleydi Ford were placed in the first and second place at the hammer throw in Veracruz. Moreno reached 71.35 meters breaking the Central American record of 70.22 meters, set on Cartagena de Indias 2006. Read More

Rent, a Broadway musical traveling to Havana

On December 24 will premiere in Havana the Broadway musical Rent, the presentation is run by the US company Nederlander Worldwide Entertainment. The play will be staged for three months in theater Bertolt Brecht. Read More

Cuba looking for new medals in athletics at Veracruz

Cuba will have new options to achieve gold medals in athletics at the XXII Central American and Caribbean Games. Among the main contenders are Yipsi Moreno and Yurisleydi Ford in the hammer throw; Yarisley Silva in the pole vault and discus thrower Jorge Fernandez, all of them at the finals of their modalities. Read More

November 21st

Amphora Festival 2014 opened in Las Tunas

A blind man drove a motorcycle down an important avenue of Las Tunas, but not to violate traffic laws, but as part of an illusionist trick inaugurated the XIX Amphora Magic Festival 2014. Read More

Tourist facilities are being improved in Cayo Largo

Hotels in Cayo Largo are being repaired and improved as part of an investment program that aims to achieve an 88% of occupancy. It is expected to provide greater comfort to the tourists who visit the island this season Read More

Fourth gold medal for Lisandra Guerra in Veracruz

Cuban cyclist Lisandra Guerra won today's final keirim and added a fourth gold medal to her resume in the XXII Central American and Caribbean Sports Games in Veracruz. Read More

29 undocumented Cubans were arrested in Costa Rica

A total of 29 undocumented Cubans were arrested early Wednesday in Costa Rica when traveling in two minibuses. All are in good health, are adults, 23 men and six women. Read More