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Cuba defeats Temuco in friendly soccer match in Chile

The Cuban national soccer team defeated Deportes Temuco on Sunday in a tune-up game played 800 kilometers south of Santiago and with an average temperature of three degree Celsius. Read More

Cuba to export cables to Latin America

Cuba is investing in its iron-and-steel industry to export high added value products to Latin America and the Caribbean, like electric and telephone cables. Read More

Female Singer-songwriter Sara Gonzalez in Ecuador

Cuban Sara Gonzalez is in Quito, capital of Ecuador, to participate in the gala of the Ecuadorian singer-songwriters as a special guest and to talk to the local intellectuals and singer-songwriters. Read More

Pablo Milanes to premiere unpublished songs in Argentina

<p align="left"><font size="2">Cuban singer songwriter Pablo Milanes will sing songs from his latest album &quot;Como un campo de maiz&quot; and a number of unpublished songs during a tour of Argentina that will end on April 24 in the province of Santa Fe.</font> Read More

Oscar Niemeyer builds Monument to Cuban Resistance

Renowned Brazilian architect Oscar Niemeyer, 99, is currently working on a monument to Cuba's resistance over more than four decades to US hostility. Read More

Pablo Milanés will perform in Uruguay

Pablo Milanés, founder of the Cuban Nueva Trova musical movement will leave for Montevideo in April in order to give a concert in the Peñarol Palace Read More

Cuban and Venezuelan writers meet in Caracas

Venezuelan and Cuban writers ended on Friday a two-day meeting on regional integration and intellectuals participation in building socialism in Latin America, Prensa Latina news agency reported Read More

Liberators of Latin America will gather filmmakers and heroes

A cycle of telefilms dedicated to important personalities in the history of Latin America is the new project undergoing preparations by Spanish producer José María Morales, who is closely linked to the New Latin American Cinema, by co-producing with ICAIC movies like Suite Habana and Madrigal, both directed by Cuban Fernando Pérez. Read More

Poor Cinema Festival through TeleSur

Latin American TV channel TeleSur will co-auspice the 5th International Poor Cinema Festival of Gibara, the events central venue running from April 16 to 22 including sub-venues in Holguín, Velasco and Santiago de Cuba for the second time. Read More

60,000 operations performed in Venezuela

Every month, two or three groups of Latin American patients are operated on for cataracts, glaucoma and other eye diseases Read More

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