HAVANA._ “Dance, for Shakespeare” is the theme for the 24th Havana International Ballet Festival running from October 28 to November 7, with the participation of companies from the United States, France, Switzerland, Argentina and Cuba.
- By: Martha Sánchez - Published on: No.17, 2014 - Under: Culture -
- Published on: No.17, 2014 - Under: Health and Science -
HAVANA._ Meteorological Institute researchers say that Cuba faces more extreme and warmer climate conditions due to an intensified greenhouse effect on the earth’s atmosphere.
- By: Roberto Salomón - Published on: No.17, 2014 - Under: Economy -
HAVANA._ Cuba’s sugar industry is predicting a 2014/15 harvest that is 12.3 percent over the yields from last year´s crop and a total of 50 active refineries, two more than last year.
- By: Roberto Campos - Published on: No.17, 2014 - Under: Cuba -
HAVANA._ Gastronomy is key to any nation´s tourist sector, and this is one reason for the focus on the subject at a variety of meetings held here this year, like the recent Sixth Latin American and Caribbean Congress on Food Safety and Quality.
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HAVANA._ Cuba’s Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes (National Museum of Fine Arts) has been awarded the Certificate of Excellence 2014 by TripAdvisor, the world’s largest online travel site for travel recommendations.
- By: Dianela Cano - Published on: No.17, 2014 - Under: Society -
HAVANA. _ Since 2002, Cuban television has broadcast educational programs in an effort to increase the general public’s standard of education.
- By: Carmen Esquivel - Published on: No.17, 2014 - Under: Cuba -
GENEVA._ A Cuban medical brigade of 165 health workers has joined the fight in Sierra Leone against the deadliest Ebola outbreak ever, with a death toll of 3,500 plus so far in West Africa alone.