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Tampa en Martí will include tobacco leaves from Robaina tobacco plantation

The book Tampa en Martí which will come to light soon under the Vigía publishing house, from Matanzas, will include in its design tobacco leaves from the Alejandro Robaina tobacco plantation, the best tobacco producer in Cuba, says AIN. Read More

Archaeological findings in the Santa Teresa de Jesus convent

The transitory exhibition room from the La Real Fuerza Museum Castle is welcoming an important selection of objects found in an archaeological context dated between the second half of the 18th century and 1830 Read More

Replica of U.S. slave ship sails into Havana

A replica of the 19th century slave ship Amistad, made famous in a Stephen Spielberg movie, sailed into Havana Bay on Thursday with U.S. and Cuba flags flying side by side in a hopeful display of friendship. Read More

Attorney general replaced for health reasons

Cuba announced its second leadership reorganization of the month on Tuesday, replacing Attorney General Juan Escalona Reguera, who fought under Fidel and Raul Castro in the rebel army that toppled dictator Fulgencio Batista more than half a century ago. Read More

Cuba Readies for April 25 Election

The head of the Cuban National Electoral Committee, Ana María Mari Machado, stressed the importance of electoral authorities correctly carrying out their responsibilities at all levels to have a successful April 25 elections. Read More

Raul Castro: Fidel Doing 'Very Well For His Age'

There is new information regarding the health of former Cuban leader Fidel Castro. His brother, Raul, says his 83-year-old brother is doing "very well for his age," despite a health crisis that forced him to step down as Cuba's leader and has kept him out of public for almost four years. Read More

Vessel Amistad already in Cuba

The black-hulled schooner Amistad was unmistakable, sailing into the deep, long harbor of this industrial port, bright main and foresails taut in the steady breeze.<br /> Read More

Guach Palace, The Strangest Building of Cuba

In a central and crowded corner of the western city of Pinar del Rio, it’s located what some people consider the strangest construction of the country, the so-called Guach Palace.  Read More

Cuba Condemns Selective Laws Encouraging Trafficking in Human Beings

Cuba demanded at the United Nations the end of the double standard and of all selective practices or laws encouraging trafficking in human beings and that are against international law. Read More

Magali Llort to Demand the Release from Prison of the Cuban Five

The forum for the release from prison of the five Cuban heroes incarcerated in the United States that will begin on March 22 in Santo Domingo will be attended by Magaly Llort, the mother of Fernando Gonzalez. Read More

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