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Help Out in Haiti: Cuban Social Workers

Cuban social workers who assisted with an energy-saving program in Haiti finished their effort and were bid farewell by Serge Raphael, director of the electric company of that country. Read More

Prepared in Havana CUBADISCO 2008 Festival

An opportunity to know from a first hand the discography made in Cuba during 2007 is, undoubtedly, the 2008 CUBADISCO Festival. Read More

2009 Cuban book fair as guest of honour Violeta Parra, Víctor Jara and Chile

The 2008 International Book Fair has just ended and the Cubans already started to work in the next one with Chile as guest of honour and two icons of their culture in the centre of the tribute, Violeta Parra and Víctor Jara. Read More

Meet in Havana a Cuban Residents in 40 Countries

The conference of representatives living abroad who are opposed to the US blockade of Cuba and terrorism will take place from Wednesday to Friday in Havana. Read More

Secure Eight Olympic Tickets a Cuban Boxers

Cuban boxers secured eight Olympic tickets during the semifinal stage of the first Americas Olympic qualifier of the sport that is underway in Port of Spain, Trinidad Tobago, which grants 23 tickets for next summers Olympics in Beijing, China. Read More

Cuban Orphans to Receive Holy Thursday Collection

Benedict XVI determined that the monetary offerings at the Holy Thursday Mass of the Last Supper will be earmarked for the orphanage "La Edad De Oro" (The Golden Age) in Havana. The sum will be presented to the Pope during the presentation of the gifts during the Mass. Read More

U.S. government has ordered to close, some 80 websites to a British tour operator, for selling trips to Cuba

Information reported by The New York Times in an article explains how the Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) of the U.S. Treasury Department has obliged the U.S. company eNom to cancel the sites of British entrepreneur Steve Marshall. Read More

Official Praises Cuba's Results in Fighting Tuberculosis said General Director of the WHO

The General Director of the World Health Organization (WHO), Margaret Chan, praised on Monday the results achieved by Cuba, Chile and Uruguay in the fight against tuberculosis. Read More

V International Danzón Festival Havana 2008

The recovery of a genre that lives in the roots of the Cuban traditional music will raise several steps at the V International Danzon Festival Havana 2008 to be held between the 25 and the 30 dedicated to the Mexican State Yucatan and the Havana municipality Madruga. Read More

In Matanzas: Announced a Jose White year to remember the Cuban musician

This will be the White year for the musicians of the island, as a tribute to the famous Cuban composer in the 90th anniversary of his death, announced here authorities from the Music Institute. Read More

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