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U.S.-Cuban Military Cooperation Goes Public

<div align="justify"> Although U.S. forces at this remote base have been engaging in the annual rite with the Cuban Frontier Brigade for more than a decade, this is the first time that the Southern Command acknowledge the fact. </div> Read More

Graduation of over 25,000 New Health Professionals in Cuba

<div align="justify"> These new professionals conclude their degree courses in the specialties of Medicine, Nursing, Health Technology, Health Psychology and Dentistry. </div> Read More

Brazil Will Help Financing Cuban Port Project

<div align="justify"> Cuba will receive $300 million in credits. $100 million has been already approved by the Brazilian government and the construction will be led by a Brazilian company. </div> Read More

Holguin will Host Cuba’s Day of National Rebellion on July 26

<div align="justify"> The province had previously hosted the fiesta in 1979 and 1996. The celebration this year promises to be modest due to the economic crisis affecting the country. </div> Read More

Honduran Students in Cuba Decided to Break Media Silence in their Country

<div align="justify"> In an effort to break the media silence in Honduras about the coup d’état against Manuel Zelaya’s government, students from that Central American nation in the Cuban province of Cienfuegos sent the addresses of Cuban websites to their relatives back in Honduras where they can find updated information of what is happening in their country. </div> Read More

Alicia Alonso, the Cuban National Ballet, and University Students

Havana’s Karl Marx Theater witnessed an historic celebration on Friday: the 50th anniversary of the first performance after the triumph of the Revolution of Alicia Alonso and today’s Cuban National Ballet Company (BNC) Read More

Winner of several Latin Grammies and Grammy awards Juanes Visits Havana

Colombian singer Juanes, winner of several Latin Grammies and Grammy awards, returned to his country on Thursday after a less than 24-hour visit to the Cuban capital Read More

Small-size varieties of bananae more resistant to hurricane winds developed at cuban biotech institut

Cuban experts from the Plant Biotechnology Institute (IBP) in Santa Clara province are once again dedicated to grow small-size varieties of banana, which are more resistant to hurricane winds. Read More

Bust of Film Maker Humberto Solas unveiled in Holguin

A bust with the image of outstanding Cuban film maker Humberto Solas was unveiled in eastern Holguin city, as part of the inauguration of the 9th National Audiovisual Festival. Read More

Roots and Identity in Santiago de Cuba at the Festival del Caribe

Santiago de Cuba will host the 29th edition of the event.     <br /> Festival del Caribe, Santiago de Cuba. Read More

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