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Hemingway's Cuba letters now at JFK Library

When Gaylord Johnson Jr. was struggling with a term paper at Phillips Academy in Andover, Mass., he figured he'd ask for help from someone who knew the material best: Ernest Hemingway.<br /> Read More

Cuban Ballet Department in Canada

The Dance Department from the Cuban National Ballet, directed by Miriam Vila, will carry on the Cuba-Canada project that started last December with the staging of the Nutcracker. Read More

Reflection of Fidel Castro: The 11th President of the United States

<br /> Cuban Revolution leader said new US President Barack Obama has comfortably stated that imprisonment and torture at the illegal Guantanamo Base would cease right away. Read More

Obama`s orders to close Guantánamo prison receive welcome

U.S. President Obama signed three executive orders and a presidential directive, asking for the closure of the controversial facility within one year, a systematic review of detention policies and procedures and all individual cases, and a ban on harsh interrogation methods. Read More

Hansel and Gretel by Cuba-Canada Ballet Project in Hamilton

The Dance School of the National Ballet of Cuba in Canada, led by Miriam Vila, will premiere Hansel and Gretel in Hamilton, as part of a Cuba-Canada project that started last December with the performance of the Nutcracker. Read More

George W. Bush Lamenting his Defeat Over Cuba

George W. Bush is another outgoing president that has not achieved that objective, despite his plan to re-conquer Cuba, approved on May 6th, 2004 and strengthened on July 10th, 2006, when a secret chapter was included in the Bush Plan. Read More

Obama signals uncertain time for fugitives in Cuba

William Potts calls himself the &quot;Homesick Hijacker.&quot; U.S. authorities have another name for him: fugitive harbored by an enemy government - one of dozens of Americans hiding in Communist Cuba. Read More

US Historians in Cuba on Slavery

US historians Ada Ferrer and Rebecca Scott gave a conference here on colonial powers and slavery in Haiti and Cuba, spanning over two centuries to issues of race addressed by Barack Obama last year. Read More

Cuban Grammy Winner Chucho Valdés Announces 2009 Concerts

Cuban pianist Jesus (Chucho) Valdes announced on Friday during the Panama Jazz Festival that he will perform tours in South Korea, Australia and China, where he was invited to perform in Beijing, Hong Kong and other cities, Xinhua news agency reports. Read More

Exhibition Pequeño Planeta to unite children from Cuba, Canada and the United States

The exhibition Pequeño Planeta (Small Planet) with more than sixty drawings done by children from Canada, the United States and Cuba, was inaugurated in the Luis Díaz Oduardo Cultural Workshop, in the Vista Alegre neighborhood of this city. Read More

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