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Mexican sculptures come to the capital

The Plaza de San Francisco de Asís in Old Havana will host 16 pieces that make up the collection entitled “Travesías de Xico por América Latina”

South Africa celebrates Freedom Day

South Africa celebrated Freedom Day this Wednesday, April 27, which commemorates the first post-apartheid democratic elections, held on this date in 1994

Cuba and U.S. sign cooperation agreement on meteorological and climate issues

The agreement, signed by the Institute of Meteorology (Insmet) affiliated with Cuba’s Ministry of Science, Technology and Environment; and the U.S. Department of Commerce’s National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, will address issues related to weather forecasting

U.S. State Department identifies Posada Carriles as planner of 1976 terrorist attack

A declassified 1976 State Department document, released June 3, identifies Luis Posada Ca­rriles as the most likely author of a terrorist attack on a Cuban airliner, which took the lives of all 76 passengers. The note, sent by two high level CIA officials to Henry Kis­singer, illustrates the States Department’s concern regarding ties between the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and extremist Cuban émigré groups in South Florida

Details of the Cuba Lírica Festival 2017 announced

September 2 through 12, the 2017 Cuba Lírica Festival will bring together performers from the country’s main companies in celebration of the 55th anniversary of the Cuban lyrical movement

France and Cuba to strengthen relations

On an official visit in France April 21, Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodríguez met with his French counterpart, Laurent Fabius, who expressed interest in expanding and strengthening ties between the countries.