Two other Cubans to play basketball abroad

Marlon Diaz and Michel Rodriguez joined the list of Cubans hired to play basketball abroad, as part of a process that will contribute to the development of this sport in the country.

Cuba to build a bioelectric plant and a wind farm with Indian credit

Cuba will build a bioelectric plant, which will be associated with a sugar plant, and a 50 MW wind farm through a loan granted by India, said today in New Delhi the Cuban Minister of Energy and Mines, Raul Garcia Barreiro, according to Prensa Latina.

Cuban Llaudy undefeated in 43rd Chess Olympiad

WIM Lisandra Llaudy (2294 Elo points) earned her fifth win in the 43rd Chess Olympiad and remained among the best players of those who defend the fourth board in Batumi, Georgia.

Cuban President, US Artists Talk about Building Bridges

Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel met with renowned world figures of the arts and culture in the United States, with whom he addressed the importance of building bridges among the peoples in those areas.

Party Leaders from Cuba and Vietnam Highlight Bilateral Ties

The second secretary of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Cuba (PCC), Jose Ramon Machado Ventura, and Tran Thanh Man, a member of the Secretariat of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Vietnam, highlighted in Havana the ties between the two countries.