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Successful Meteoro 2018 Drill Throughout Cuba

Once again, Cubans gave proof of their capacity to prevent and deal with natural, technological, epidemics, and other disasters In the midst of an awesome mourning for the plane crash in Havana last Friday, Cubans demonstrated their moral strength and unity in the 2018 Meteoro Exercise, which demonstrated the country’s ability to cope with natural … Continue reading

Cuba Plane Crash: Solidarity and Support Amid Pain

Cuba President Miguel Díaz-Canel Bermúdez and the Second Secretary of the Party, José Ramón Machado Ventura, visited the relatives of the victims of the air accident occurred last Friday in Havana Investigations continue on the accident occurred Friday at noon in the Cuban capital, in a place in which more than 30 legal medicine specialists … Continue reading

Cuba Plane Crash: Investigations Continue

Due to the catastrophic air accident, the Republic of Cuba has agreed to decree official mourning from 06:00 hours of May 19th until midnight of May 20th The president of the Cuban Aviation Corporation, Roberto Peña, said here that an investigation is already underway about the fatal accident of a Mexican commercial plane near Jose … Continue reading

Farmers Lead Agricultural Contributions in Sancti Spíritus

The cooperative and farmer sector of Sancti Spiritus, responsible for the largest agricultural contributions, has a lot to do with the productive results reported in this Cuban province Continue reading

Voices of the Republic Back to Sancti Spiritus Colloquium

The historiographic event, the only one of its kind in the country, had its preamble on Tuesday and will be extended until next Friday The 20th Voces de la República (Voices of the Republic) Colloquium will be held from today until next Friday in Sancti Spíritus, with the participation of researchers, professors and journalists from … Continue reading

Venezuela Ready for Elections, Authorities Said

According to the National Electoral Council (CNE), during the Sunday elections, 14,638 polling places and 34,143 voting booths will be opened throughout Venezuela The National Electoral Council (CNE) of Venezuela has created the conditions for holding the presidential and legislative council elections on May 20th, said president of CNE Tibisay Lucena. In a press conference … Continue reading

Sancti Spiritus Marks International Day of Families

The computer centers —best known as Joven Club de Computación y Electrónica (JCCE)— and the Federation of Cuban Women (FMC)  are holding celebrations today in Sancti Spiritus, central Cuba, to commemorate the International Day of Families. According to the JCCE’s Vice Director, Yadisney González Velázquez, an online forum has been announced by this institution in … Continue reading

Sancti Spiritus’s Oil Refinery, a Distinguished Industry

Almost 71 years after its foundation, the Sergio Soto Oil Refinery of Sancti Spiritus diversifies productions which have an impact on national market Those who know about the performance of the Sergio Soto Oil Refinery, one of the most efficient of the island, can tell about the efforts made by its staff in order to … Continue reading

Sancti Spiritus Hosts Crossed Voices Event

The only event sponsored by the Hermanos Saíz Association that analyzes the mass media from the theoretical point of view, will be held from May 9th to 13th  in this central Cuban territory Continue reading

Fidel Castro Also Present in Sancti Spiritus this May Day

Hundreds of thousands of local residents marched in Sancti Spiritus this May Day with the commitment to continue the legacy of the eternal Commander in Chief Cuban Minister of Education, Ena Elsa Velázquez Cobiella, described the May Day Parade staged in Sancti Spiritus as  “massive, enthusiastic, disciplined, with a great deal of commitment and as … Continue reading

FITCuba 2018, an Opportunity for Caribbean Tourism

The organizers of the event are very optimistic, due to growing expectations about participants who can exceed 3 000 Cuba’s International Tourism Fair, FITCuba 2018, scheduled for May, is a unique business opportunity not only for this country, but also the Caribbean region, officials stated. The organizers of the event are very optimistic, due to … Continue reading

Gallos alcanzan a los Alazanes en béisbol sub 23

Sancti Spíritus le propició la tercera derrota en línea a Granma (3×0), a quien alcanzó en la cima de la zona orintal de la V Serie Nacional de béisbol  sub-23 En un rápido juego, que apenas rebasó las dos horas y media, los espirituanos sustentaron su resultado en la efectividad de su abridor, Orlando Valdivia, … Continue reading

Architectural Charms of Trinidad Attract Thousands of Visitors

For decades, the Cuban Ministry of Tourism has been committed to position Trinidad, the City Museum of the Caribbean, as a privileged destination in the island The natural and architectural charms of this village, which was granted the title of Cultural Heritage of Humanity in 1988 together with El Valle de los Ingenios (The Valley … Continue reading

Cuba Parliament to Elect Leadership and Council of State

The 9th legislature of the Cuban National Parliament will be sworn this Wednesday. The results of the elections for the Council of State will be announced Thursday The 9th legislature of the Cuban National Parliament will be sworn this Wednesday. The 605 newly elected deputies to the National Assembly of People’s Power assembled around 9 … Continue reading

US Pompeo Willing to Improve Relations with Cuba

The nominee by President Donald Trump as the new U.S. secretary of State have said that he would be willing to work to improve relations with Cuba The nominee by President Donald Trump as the new U.S. secretary of State, Mike Pompeo, said during his confirmation hearing at the Senate Foreign Relations Committee on Thursday … Continue reading

Cuban Sport Official Pays Fruitful Visit to Japan

The top Cuban sport representative met with several Japanese authorities Antonio Becali, president of the Cuban Institute of Physical Education, Sports and Recreation (INDER by its Spanish acronym), held a fruitful meeting with Tsunekazu Takeda, president of the Japanese Olympic Committee, as part of his working visit to that country. Takeda sent greetings to his … Continue reading

Raul: When I See Things Like These I Admire Fidel More

Twenty-two students from the Solidaridad con Panama Special School celebrated this Wednesday night their fifteen birthday accompanied by a very special guest, Cuban President Raul Castro Cuban President Raul Castro visited Havana’s Special Education School, “Solidaridad con Panama” (Solidarity with Panama), to share with youngsters who live in that institution, Granma newspaper today reported. The … Continue reading

Béisbol sub 23: Sancti Spíritus nivela duelo ante Camagüey

Sancti Spíritus derrotó a Camagüey (9 carreras por 4) y niveló el duelo particular en la segunda subserie de la Liga Nacional de Béisbol sub-23 Tras haber caído en las dos primeras presentaciones en suelo espirituano, luego de su debut victorioso ante Las Tunas (tres triunfos en cuatro choques), los discípulos del mentor Eriel Sánchez … Continue reading

Sancti Spiritus: Youth Acknowledged on April 4 Commemoration

Youth of Sancti Spiritus acknowledged for the outstanding results achieved in different areas last year The more than 19 000 members of the Young Communist League (UJC) of Sancti Spiritus were recognized today for their outstanding results in 2017, in the ceremony held at the Serafín Sánchez Valdivia Revolution Square to mark April 4th. Susely … Continue reading

Youth Celebrates April 4th Anniversary in Sancti Spiritus

Since very early, the Serafin Sanchez Revolution Square of Sancti Spiritus is “flooded” with young people on occasion of April 4 commemoration Over 5 000 young people have gathered at the Serafín Sánchez Valdivia Revolution Square of Sancti Spiritus this April 4 to celebrate the 56th anniversary of the Young Communist League (UJC),  and the … Continue reading

Sancti Spiritus Ready for April 4th Commemoration

Sancti Spiritus’s Serafín Sanchez Valdivia Revolution Square is ready to host the national event on occasion of the 56th anniversary of the Young Communist League (UJC), and the 57th of the Jose Martí Pioneers’ Organization (OPJM)   Continue reading

Béisbol sub-23: Sancti Spíritus derrota otra vez a Las Tunas

Sancti Spíritus alcanzó su segundo éxito en la V Serie Nacional de béisbol sub-23, al derrotar nuevamente a Las Tunas, esta vez cinco carreras por dos Un racimo definitorio de tres anotaciones en el mismo primer capítulo sirvió para preservar el invito de los discípulos del debutante mentor Eriel Sánchez, quienes en la primera fecha … Continue reading

Carlos Alvarado Elected as New President of Costa Rica

Carlos Alvarado, of the governing Citizens Action Party, won the electoral runoff Sunday to become Costa Rica’s next president When the vote count was over 90 percent, the former minister had won over 1,205,864 valid ballots for more than 60 percent of the electorate marking an irreversible trend. The governing party candidate was well on … Continue reading

Vietnamese Leader Concludes Visit to Cuba

Vietnam’s Communist Party (CPV) General Secretary, Nguyen Phu Trong, winds up a three-day visit to Cuba in which the two sides ratified their willingness to continue building up their relations and signed key economic agreements.   On Thursday, Trong met President Raul Castro and conferred him the Golden Star Order, Vietnam’s highest award, and presided … Continue reading

Nguyen Phu Trong Praises Vietnam-Cuba Brotherhood

The Secretary General of the Communist Party of Vietnam (PCV), Nguyen Phu Trong, highlighted in Havana the ties of brotherhood that unite the Asian country with Cuba. ‘Vietnam and Cuba are geographically thousands of miles away, however, for many years thanks to leaders Fidel Castro and Ho Chi Minh we have special relationships,’ said the … Continue reading

Sancti Spiritus Cowgirl Excels in FIAGROP

Since the very moment her performance was announced, spectators stood up to applaud the eight-year-old girl, long before she and her mare started the run among the barrels Some shouted encouraging phrases while others cheered her name during the seconds that the race lasted, because María Carla Santana Cruz stole the show each time she … Continue reading