Cuba: Van Van and the elections

Van Van, the leading Cuban popular music band, rocked the Jose Marti Anti-Imperialist Tribune in Havana last night in a concert dedicated to today's elections in Cuba

Partial Elections Begin In Cuba

Cuba offers another lesson to the world today in matters of justice, democracy and transparency especially to those in the U.S. and Europe, who doubt, question or misrepresent its political system and the popular support to the Revolution

H1N1 Virus Keeps Striking Cuba

For the fifth week in a row, the number of H1N1 cases continues to grow throughout the country, said Dr. Otto Pelaez Sanchez, head of the Transmissible Diseases Department of the Cuban Public Health ministry

On Sunday, Partial Elections in Cuba

After nearly four months of an intense period of nomination of candidates to the municipal Assemblies of the People’s Power (local government), the Cuban people will exercise their vote on the partial elections scheduled for tomorrow, Sunday April 25

Havana to Host International Tourism Fair in May

The 30th edition of Cuba’s International Tourism Fair, FITCUBA 2010, will be held from May 3rd through the 8th, and will promote the product “Events and Incentives: eastern Cuba as tourist destination, and the Russian tourist market.”

French Yachtpeople Extol Cuba as Tourist Destination

Cuba has a lot to offer and is an excellent destination for visitors, said organizer of the 11th Trans-Caribbean Regatta, Stéphane Legendre, in which nine sailboats coming from France participate

Nearly 8.5 Million Cuban Registered Voters to the Polls on Sunday

The number of citizens expected to go to the polls on Sunday in Cuba amounts to 8,468,144, according to the Electoral Registry

Website about Cuban Elections Available Online

A website about elections in Cuba is available online as of Thursday at

Nearly 8.5 Cuban Registered Voters to the Polls on Sunday

The vice president of the National Electoral Commission, Ruben Perez, told Juventud Rebelde that voting is a voluntary, free and democratic act.

First Cuban Flag Embroiderer’s Grave Found in Madrid

The grave of Emilia Teurbe Tolon, the patriot who embroidered the first Cuban flag in 1850, was found in a cemetery in Madrid, Spain

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