Santiago de Cuba Gets Ready for Caribbean Festival

A high level delegation of the Republic of Suriname, headed by roving ambassador Arnold Th. Halfhide, is on a visit to the city of Santiago de Cuba to finalize details of the 34th edition of the Caribbean Festival, dedicated to that nation.

  • Published in Culture

Cuba, with Internet, is a great threat to the US

Speaking of Zunzuneo and the banning of his Facebook profile, CubaSí talked to writer Raúl Antonio Capote, the man who evaded CIA for many years. Thanks to the AP, the world learned about Zunzuneo, one of the US subversive projects financed by the USAID aimed at undermining Cuban stability through an SMS service for cell phones in social networks.

Olympic champions herald Judo Grand Prix in Cuba

Olympic and world champions head the list of athletes from 47 countries and regions to compete in the first Judo Grand Prix in Havana, Cuba, from June 6 to 8, Cuban sports news website Jit said Thursday.

  • Published in Sports

World's top fencers cross blades in Cuba

The Ville de Havana Women's Epee Grand Prix and Men's Foil Cup kicked off Thursday in Cuba's capital, with the world's leading fencers, Cuban sports news website Jit announced.

  • Published in Sports

Art exhibit builds 5 Days for the Cuban 5

Washington, D.C. — Westminster Church hosted an exhibit and sale of reproductions of watercolors by Antonio Guerrero, titled “I will die as I have lived,” on May 17.

  • Published in Cuba
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