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46 Painters Exhibit in Havana: 'Todo Almendares

The voice of the Cuban people and their culture can be easily heard these days at the Neptuno-Tritón hotel complex. Read More

Reporters without Borders attacks to Cuba

Reporters without Borders (RSF) intends to manipulate the so-called freedom of press with yet another media circus against Cuba . This time the organization hopes to condemn the island, portraying it as an obstacle to freedom of expression. Read More

Oral festival in Cuba in Havana from the 17 until the 23 of March.

The art of narrate of the old storytellers will take a new breath again in Cuba when over 60 oral storytellers from Latin America and Spain gathers together in Havana from the 17 until the 23 of March. Read More

International Encounter to Celebrate the 80th Anniversary of the First Contact with Cuba by Ernest Hemingway

As part of the activities of cultural tourism, there will be an international encounter to celebrate the 80th anniversary of the first contact of US writer Ernest Hemingway with Cuba. Read More

Move Towards Improving Bilateral Relations Cuba-EU

The European Union and Cuba ratified their willingness to keep working in order to pave the way for the development of normal bilateral relations. Read More

Juan Antonio Mercadal: The Story of the Life of Cuban Guitarist

The history of the guitar in Cuba, which began with the very same conquest/colonization of Cuba by Spain, has been distinguished by remarkable teachers, composers and performers. Read More

Who was the Cuban Dulce María Loynaz?

One November afternoon more than 15 years ago, I attended a launch accompanied by the presence of Dulce María Loynaz, who was then a living legend in the city. Read More

With Socialism in Cuba: Woman and Revolution, perfectly go together

With absolute certainty, I believe that as times goes by; women show even more their worth in the Cuban Revolution. So, Camagüey celebrated this International Women's Day convinced that we are still indebted to Ana Betancourt de Mora. Read More

Began 11th Congress of the Cuban's Middle School Student Federation (FEEM).

Students role in the continuity of the Cuban Revolution is on the table of the 11th Congress of the Cuban's Middle School Student Federation (FEEM), starting Saturday in this capital's Conference Center. Read More

2.5 million Cubans are espected to Terry Fox run

For many years, the word cancer was taboo in Cuba. In death notices, families would not admit loved ones had died of the disease; it would be reported they had passed on after a "long and sad" illness. Read More

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