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A Cuban movie cycle in Mexico in tribute to the triumph of the Revolution

Well known Cuban movies will be screened in Toluca, the capital of the Mexican State, as part of the cycle in tribute to the 50th Anniversary of the Cuban Revolution. Read More

Obama Must Decide to Soften or Maintain Cuba Policies

One controversial issue President-elect Barack Obama will face after he takes office is whether to change the government's decades-old policies toward Cuba. Read More

UA professor leads archaeological dig in Cuba

Former UA grad student Paul Noe carefully digs within an excavation square at the site of a former native village in eastern Cuba. Read More

Calendar in Honor of Cuban Revolution Issued in New York

The New York's Center of Cuban Studies issued a calendar featuring a collection of posters on the assault on the Moncada garrison, an episode that marked the last stage of the Cuban liberation war. Read More

The US doctor and clown Patch Adams to plan the creation of Medical schools in Africa

The US doctor and clown Hunter Patch Adams, the creator of laugh therapy, announced here that he is planning to open in his country and in Africa a medical school similar to the one in Cuba. Read More

Cuban Chess Player 2nd in Mexican Tournament

The Cuban chess champion lost in the final before Ukranian-born American Alexander Onischuk Read More

Guantanamo US guard admitted to abuse

The allegations were explosive: Two guards at Guantanamo had bragged about abusing detainees and described the mistreatment as routine. The Pentagon quickly ordered an investigation, which cleared the men after they denied making the statements. Read More

Presidents Raúl Castro, Felipe Calderon Meet in Summit

Presidents Felipe Calderon of Mexico and Raul Castro of Cuba held a bilateral meeting during the Latin America, Caribbean Summit on Integration and Development. Read More

Famous Canadian photographer is exhibiting in Cuba

The highest level Canadian contemporary photography arrived here in the lens of Lynne Cohen, who is exhibiting 15 works of great format at the Fototeca de Cuba, under the title Indicios. Read More

Cuba Insists on Bleak Economy Prospects

The bleak prospect for world economy and threats to the poorest countries' efforts to achieve sustainable development were denounced by Cuban Ambassador Ileana Nuñez.<br /> Read More

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