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EMC Helps Preserve and Open Access to World's Historical and Cultural Artifacts

Grants Extended to Ernest Hemingway's Finca Vigía Foundation and Community Organizations Globally to Digitize and Preserve Thousands of Priceless, Irreplaceable Artifacts<br /> Read More

Review | Carlos Varela's music speaks to the audience

I was feeling kind of skeptical walking to Carlos Varela's concert at the Gusman Center for the Performing Arts Saturday night. <br /> Read More

Raúl Paz and Cincotti win the public in Morocco

The 5th Morocco Jazz Festival, Jazzcasa, held in the city of Casablanca was opened by the Cuban singer Raul Paz in a concert the own artists considered explosive an unexpected. Read More

Cubans march against homophobia

HAVANA — Hundreds of gay and lesbian activists, some dressed in drag and others sporting multicolored flags representing sexual diversity, marched and danced through the streets of Havana on Saturday Read More

Cuban migrants stopped at sea, returned to island

More than two dozen Cuban migrants were repatriated to Cuba on Sunday, according to the U.S. Coast Guard. Read More

Spanish EU presidency faces fresh embarrassment over Latin America summit

Most of the countries of South America, including Argentina and economic powerhouse Brazil, are to boycott the upcoming EU-Latin America summit in Madrid Read More

Cuban Cigar Master's Death Seals His Legend

Cuba's most famous tobacco grower, Alejandro Robaina, died this week. Robaina, who was 91, belonged to one of Cuba's oldest tobacco-growing families. Read More

Carlos Varela Starts Tour of United States

Carlos Varela, Cuba’s “Bob Dylan”, tunes his guitar for an ambitious tour of U.S., a sign that cultural exchanges could survive the deterioration of the relations between both countries. Read More

UN Official Congratulates Cuban Health Personnel in Haiti

Edmond Mulet, head of the United Nations tabilization Mission in Haiti (MINUSTAH) and Special Representative of the UN Secretary General, congratulated on Wednesday the Cuban health personnel working in Haiti. Read More

Virginia wines meet Cuban cigars

Former Virginia gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe, who lost that state's 2009 Democratic nomination to Creigh Deeds , launched his own trade mission to Cuba last week with several Virginia businessmen. Read More

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