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Some 1,000 experts from a total of 52 nations are expected to attend a world economic conference hosted by Cuba

Some 1,000 experts from a total of 52 nations are expected to attend a world economic conference hosted by Cuba from Monday to Friday, organizers said on Sunday. Read More

Cuba's vice president Carlos Lage unveiled a plan Sunday to reinvigorate key sectors of the country's economy

Cuba's vice president Carlos Lage unveiled a plan Sunday to reinvigorate key sectors of the country's economy, including its flagging construction and food industries, state-run media reported. Read More

Camagüey was added to the list of provinces that offers Refractive Surgery services in Cuba

Camagüey was added to the list of provinces that offers Refractive Surgery services in Cuba, which main object is to treat sight conditions such as: myopia, hipermetropia, and astigmatism. Read More

Sergio Corrieri the Director of the Cuban Institute of Friendship with the Towns (ICAP) death.

Whatever the cause of Sergio Corrieris painful death, it took, without our consent, a man who as an actor, intellectual, government employee or simply friend, won over several generations of Cubans beginning with his lead role in Tomás Gutiérrez Aleas Memorias del subdesarrollo. Read More

Cuban President Raul Castro led a meeting of the Western Army Military Council

Cuban President Raul Castro led a meeting of the Western Army Military Council, in which he highlighted the work carried out by the military in 2007. Read More

New Cuban President would consider exchanging dissidents held in Cuban jails for five Cuban intelligence agents.

New Cuban leader Raul Castro would consider exchanging dissidents held in Cuban jails for five Cuban intelligence agents imprisoned in the United States as spies, a top Vatican official said in an interview. Read More

Guama will be the first in the country to be fully supplied with electricity produced by hydro-electric generators in Cuba

The mountainous Cuban municipality of Guama will be the first in the country to be fully supplied with electricity produced by 17 hydro-electric generators. Read More

Vida, the resent show of the Lizt Alfonso Ballet, won the favour of the public in Cuba and the other countries.

After several weeks in the listings, Vida, the resent show of the Lizt Alfonso Ballet, won the favour of the public. Starting from a simple thematic nucleus, the company showed how much they have been lately doing in expressiveness, visualization and mixture. Read More

Fidel Castro said Friday he helped choose candidates for Cuba's new government.

Fidel Castro said Friday he helped choose candidates for Cuba's new government, but he asserted that his brother Raul is fully in charge as the new president. Read More


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