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Carlos Acosta with the Ballet Nacional de Cuba

Cuban ballet star Carlos Acosta talks about mango trees, dominoes and how dance keeps homesickness at bay Yes in Islington. "It is too early in the morning to smile," he tells our photographer. Read More

The 2010 Caribbean Dance Biennial Set for March

The Second Caribbean Dance Biennial has been taking place in Havana since March 23 and ends March 28 at several venues in the El Vedado neighborhood. Read More

SELA Members Urges End of Blockade on Cuba

The 27 member countries of the Latin American Economic System (SELA) ratified this week in Venezuela the need to end the economic, trade and financial blockade that the United States has imposed on Cuba for almost 50 years. Read More

Silvio Rodriguez Sings to Cuba on His Latest Album, Second Date

“I have lived in Cuba for 50 years and I continue to have reasons why to believe in the Revolution, rather than in its detractors,” said Cuban singer songwriter Silvio Rodriguez in the presentation of his most recent album: “Segunda Cita” in Havana. Read More

Superior Works at Caribbean Film Showcase

The cinematographic event, last year dedicated to childhood and adolescence, will once again be an open window for social and cultural realities in the zone. Read More

Nautical Club in Baracoa City, Guantanamo province

The boat leads to La Punta Fort, at the starboard between the clouds is El Yunque, mountain that evocates the vision of the great admiral Christopher Columbus: "A mountain that looks like an island". Read More

Cuban Pediatric Surgery Highlighted in Congress

Cuba boasts favorable results in pediatric surgery, as well high-level professionals who perform it despite economic difficulties and the US blockade, an expert said. Read More

Dayron Robles Announces his Next Races

Santiago Antunez, trainer of 110 meter hurdler Olympic champion Dayron Robles, announced that his pupil will enter the Diamond League in its second stage in the Chinese city of Shanghai. Read More

Cuban Neonatal Surgery Services Grow

Cuba develops regional centers for neonatal surgery, and introduces the videoendoscopy service nationwide, to meet the needs of the population, an expert affirmed here.<br /> 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

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