Cuban President Travels to Venezuela

Cuban President Raul Castro travelled to Venezuela on Thursday to attend the celebration of the civic-military rebellion carried out by current Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez on February 4, 1992, 20 years ago.»

Sara González Passed Away in Havana

Cuban singer, songwriter and founder of the Nueva Trova Movement Sara Gonzalez, passed away this Wednesday in Havana. Sara González was born in Marianao, on July 13th, 1951 and  made her first attempts on the singing business at the beginning of the 70s.»

Fidel Castro Presented Dilma Rousseff with his Biography

Cuban Revolution leader Fidel Castro presented Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff with a two-volume biography on his life, which has not yet been published. Fidel and Dilma held a private meeting in Havana, during the official visit by the Brazilian President to Cuba.»

Pope’s Agenda for Mexico-Cuba Visit Announced

The Holy See (Vatican) confirmed Tuesday the official calendar that Pope Benedict XVI will fulfil in his trips to Mexico and Cuba at the end of March. According to the Vatican press room, the Pope will leave on Friday March 23 from airport Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino, in Rome, toward the …»

Brazilian President Cuba Visit Concluded

The Brazilian head of state, Dilma Rousseff, left for Haiti on Wednesday, after completing an official visit to Cuba, during which she met with President Raul Castro. Earlier, both leaders toured the port of Mariel, some 50 km west of Havana, which currently undergoes a massive renovation, partially funded by …»

Raul Castro and Dilma Rousseff Meet, Highlight CELAC

Cuba President Raul Castro and his Brazilian counterpart Dilma Rousseff highlighted today the implementation of the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (CELAC) as a means to confront the challenges these countries are faced with.»

Raul Castro to Meet with Brazilian Counterpart

Cuban President, Raul Castro is expected to hold official talks on Tuesday with visiting Brazilian head of state, Dilma Rousseff, who arrived yesterday in Havana. The heads of state are set to review the state of traditionally friendly relations between both Latin American nations, during their meeting at Havana’s Palace …»