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Festival "Les Voix Humaines" comes to Havana

The restless Leo Brouwer Office team returns in 2015 with impetus, to propose another Festival from a different concept, which its name already suggests: "Les Voix Humaines", clearly referring to some prominence to human voices. Read More

Cuba will demand decolonization of Puerto Rico at UN

Cuba will present on Monday 22 to the UN Special Committee on Decolonization the resolution project demanding self-determination and independence of Puerto Rico, the Cuban Foreign Ministry informed today. Read More

MLB Commissioner interested in Cuban baseball players and market

Rob Manfred, MLB commissioner, said on Tuesday in the clubhouse of the Boston Red Sox that he estimates that "the normalization of relations with Cuba represents a great opportunity for baseball." Read More

Cuba in 82nd position of the 2015 Global Peace Index

Cuba appears 82nd among 162 countries in the 2015 Global Peace Index that quantifies the cost of containing violence worldwide. Read More

Twitter bets on SMS to expand in Cuba because of poor access to internet

Twitter company does not want to lose the opportunity to grow in the Cuban market and for this it has begun to draw its development strategy in a country with a major obstacle: the lack of internet access. Read More

No agreements in Cuba- EU fourth round of talks

Cuba and the European Union achieved significant gains in the fourth round of talks that concluded on Tuesday in Brussels regarding trade and cooperation, and identified positions in the political dialogue, Cuban Foreign Ministry informed. Read More

Sergio Ramos played soccer with children in Old Havana

Sergio Ramos, the star player of Real Madrid CF and the Spanish national team, was in the sporting area Camilo Cienfuegos in Old Havana and played a short soccer game with children of lower grades of the capital city. Read More

Google suggests that Cuba should directly jump to mobile connections

Google suggests that Cuba should jump directly to mobile phones and tablets connections without going through all the wiring way, as commented on Monday a representative of the firm OnCuba. Read More