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Regenerative Medicine is of great development in Cuba

Since its introduction a decade ago and until the end of 2014, more than seven thousand 500 Cubans were beneficiaries of cell therapy in regenerative medicine, announced sources from the Institute of Hematology and Immunology (IHI). Read More

Great performance of Cuba in the Triathlon Pan American Cup

Cuban team of triathlon participating at the Pan American Cup in Punta Guilarte, Puerto Rico, returns home with a silver medal among men, and excellent performances in the women. Read More

Cuban doctors brigade fighting Ebola is candidate for Nobel Peace Prize

The brigade of doctor for disasters and epidemics "Henry Reeve" created in Cuba and where Cuban medical brigade to combat Ebola in Africa belongs, was proposed in Norway for Nobel Peace Prize 2015. Read More

Karl Marx Theater will showcase the play Hansel and Gretel

Hansel and Gretel, the famous tale by the Grimm brothers in choreography by Eduardo Blanco, will go to the scene of Karl Marx Theater, on Saturday and Sunday February 7th and 8th , both functions at 5:00 PM. Read More

Cuban judokas are being trained in France to compete in the Grand Prix

Cuban judokas Aliuska Ojeda (57 kg), Maylín del Toro (63 kg) and Kaliema Antomachín (78kg) are in France since last February 2 to meet a training base, before competing in the next 20th to 22nd in the Grand Prix of Dusseldorf, Germany. Read More

Died Celina Gonzalez, the Queen of country music in Cuba

Celina González, Queen of the peasant genre in Cuba, died on the morning of Wednesday February 4. The popular singer of songs like Yo Soy El Punto Cubano, and Viva Santa Barbara, lost the battle with a long illness. Read More

Five US airlines want to establish direct flights to Cuba

At least five US airlines (American Airlines, United, JetBlue, Southwest and Delta) want to offer in the near future direct commercial flights to the island. Read More

Enrique Iglesias, Descemer Bueno and Gente de Zona are sued for plagiarism

Descemer Bueno, Enrique Iglesias and Gente de Zona face a plagiarism lawsuit filed by two songwriters living in Miami (USA) alleging that the hit song "Bailando" is a copy of one that they recorded in 2009. Read More

Havana World Music for the second time in Cuba

The second edition of Havana World Music Festival is about to begin. Two intense days of concerts, which begin at five in the afternoon, are planned for the coming days 6th and 7th, in areas of the Almendares Park, home to bring together artists of the island and outsiders. Read More

ETECSA starts 2015 with modifications in mobile services

The Telecommunications Company of Cuba (ETECSA) will offer new facilities in cellular telephony covered by Resolution 593/2014 of the Ministry of Communications (Mincom). One involves the recruitment of three prepay mobile lines, temporary or permanent. Read More