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U.S. women fall to Cuba in NORCECA finals

U.S. Womens National Volleyball Team lost a grueling five-set match to Cuba 22-25, 25-18, 19-25, 25-23, 18-16 in the NORCECA Continental Championship gold medal match Saturday afternoon at Winnipeg, Canada. Read More

Cuba Wins NORCECA Bronze Medal against Canada

Cuban National Volleyball Team defeated Canada 3-0 (38-36, 25-21, 25-22) on Friday to win the bronze medal at the NORCECA Mens Continental Championship Read More

Mexico new chosen route for cuban smugglers

Five powerful "cigarette" speedboats in the people smugglers jargon, are docked at a pier of the Mexican Navy at the Isla Mujeres tourist resort. Read More

Cuba open to respectful talks with US

Cuba has not been brought to its knees nor will it be made to do so in the future, stressed Cuba's top diplomat Read More

Cuba remains unbeaten by topping Canada in four sets at NORCECA men's champs

The top two finishers in the tournament at the Anaheim Convention Center will join 10 other national teams in November in Japan at the FIVB World Cup, which will help determine the berths for the 2008 Olympic Games. Read More

One of Cuban Five transferred

Gonzalez, one of the five Cuban anti-terrorists imprisoned in the United States, was sentenced to 19 years for infiltrating Miami-based anti-Cuba organizations to prevent violence against the Island. Read More

Cuba slams US blockade difficulties

Cuban Foreign Minister Felipe Perez Roque stated Tuesday that damages caused by the US blockade are over 89 billion dollars. Read More

Archaelogists from Cuba and U.S.A. discovered a Cuban aborigin cemetery

The samples collected from that locality ground, where archaeologists restarted their labour after 20 years of research, "would allow to identify the materials used in foods as well as animal remains, and will ease to know ancient stuff from this part of the Museum". Read More

Frida Khalo Centennial celebrated in Havana

"Frida Kahlo was born July 6, 1907. She wanted to be a physician, but a painful car accident, which would leave its mark throughout her life, left her a permanent convalescence and awoken her desire to paint. It also led her to strengthen her eternal union with Diego Rivera, the first person who believed in the value of her paintings. Read More

Exhibition of Mexican Works at National Museum of Fine Arts

The exhibition 'Homage to Mexico: Muralists in the Collection of the National Museum of Fine Arts' will be inaugurated on Wednesday afternoon at this arts institution in the Cuban capital. Read More

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