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Sancti Spiritus Journalists Honor UPEC National President

The media professionals ratified their commitment to be faithful to their legacy through a better exercise of the profession With a minute of silence in memory of Antonio Moltó Martorell, the journalists from Sancti Spiritus joined to the tribute being paid in the country after the death of the  national president of the Union of […] Continue reading

President of the Association of Cuban Journalists Passes Away

The President of the Union of Cuban Journalists (UPEC), Antonio Moltó, passed away aged 74 in Havana, August 15, a victim of cancer. With a career spanning more than 50 years, Moltó was renowned for his professionalism and revolutionary spirit, qualities which earned him the respect, admiration and affection of his colleagues. Before the Revolution, […] Continue reading

Carrero and 4×100 Relay Registered Season Best Mark in London

Sancti Spiritus runner Yasniel Carrero ended 6th along with his teammates in the second heat of the 4×100 relay with a 39.01 season best mark at IAAF World Championships Carrero was officially included in the list that represented Cuba at IAAF Championships London 2017 last Friday, as part of the last minute adjustments in the Cuban […] Continue reading

Eternal Fidel

On the ocassion of the birthday of Cuban Revolution leader, Fidel Castro, Escambray shares with you “Eternal Fidel”, by Enrique Ojito, with translation of Aracelia del Valle, a heartfelt piece of writing moved by the death of the loved guide of the Cuban people:   It’s simply impossible, because the honorable people from Sancti Spiritus, […] Continue reading

Sancti Spiritus Carrero to Debut at London 2017 Next August 12

Sancti Spiritus runner Yasniel Carrero will compete in men’s 4×100 meters relay at IAAF World Championships next August 12 Carrero was officially included in the list that represents Cuba at IAAF Championships London 2017 last Friday, as part of the last minute adjustments in the Cuban team, made up of 27 athletes.  The qualifying heats are […] Continue reading

Statement by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Cuba

On 17 February this year, the United States Embassy in Havana and the Department of State informed the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the occurrence of some alleged incidents affecting some officials of that diplomatic mission and their families.   Cuba took this issue with the utmost seriousness and acted expeditiously and professionally in order […] Continue reading

Too Hot to Live!

Unless carbon emissions are curtailed, climate change may expose 1.5 billion people in South Asia to potentially lethal heat and humidity in the near future South Asia, where one-fifth of the world’s people live, could face summer heat waves that are impossible to survive without protection, thanks to global warming, new research suggests. Hardest hit […] Continue reading

Dmitri Peskov: US Sanctions Myopic and Illegitimate

Russian Press Secretary, Dmitri Peskov, has termed the US sanctions policy against his country as ”myopic, illegitimate and with no perspectives” and reiterated the principle of defense of Russian national interests Speaking to the press, Dmitri Peskov denounced the illegality of the US actions, as well as its negative after-effects for Russia and other nations. […] Continue reading

Sancti Spiritus Carrero to London World Championships

Sancti Spiritus runner Yasniel Carrero was officially included in the list that represents Cuba at IAAF Championships London 2017 to begin as of this Friday, according to information of Jit website.   Carrero joined the delegation along with Roberto Skyers and Harlyn Pérez, as part of the last minute adjustments in the Cuban team, which […] Continue reading

Cuban Public Health Authorities Fighting Conjunctivitis

 The Cuban public health authorities are on alert due to an outbreak of Epidemic Hemorrhagic Conjunctivitis, an eye ailment that usually increases its incidence in from September to December Since the end of May, cases of conjunctivitis are being reported from all Cuba around. The provinces with most cases reported are Guantánamo, Santiago de Cuba, […] Continue reading

Sancti Spiritus Between Two 26th of July Celebrations

One year after having deserved the venue of the national commemoration on the occasion of the Moncada anniversary, the province of Sancti Spíritus consolidates its main socio-economic results. Several works were concluded in this territory over the past year as a result of the strategy of repair and maintenance endorsed by the Economic and Social […] Continue reading

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Raul Castro Attends 26th of July Commemoration in Pinar del Rio

Army General Raul Castro, First Secretary of the Central Coimmittee of the Communist Party of Cuba and President of the Council of State and Ministers, presides over the central activity to mark the 64th anniversary of the attacks of the Moncada and Carlos Manuel de Cespedes garrisons, being celebrated in the provisional Revolution Square of […] Continue reading

Bolivia, Chile Seek to Fight Bordering Crimes

Both countries will analyze the operation manuals for the struggle against common crimes in the mutual borders between both South American nations A meeting of the Bordering and Integration Committee between Bolivia and Chile will analyze the operation manuals for the struggle against common crimes in the mutual borders between both South American nations. Bolivian […] Continue reading

European Solidarity Brigade Tours Sancti Spiritus

The members of the Jose Martí European Brigade of Voluntary Work and Solidarity with Cuba arrived in Sancti Spiritus last July 15th for a six-day visit. The group, made up of people from Spain, Belgium, Portugal, France, Turkey, United Kingdom, Greece, Italy, Switzerland and Germany traveled to Cuba to learn firsthand the social, economic, cultural […] Continue reading

Colombia President Arrives in Cuba

Colombian President, Juan Manuel Santos, will meet today here with his Cuban peer, Raul Castro, at the Revolution Palace, in the context of his current official visit to the island. Prior to the meeting, the president of that South American nation will pay tribute to National Hero, Jose Marti, and receive the official welcome. Santos’ […] Continue reading

Sao Paulo Forum Essential in Latin America

The 23rd Sao Paulo Forum, being held this year in Nicaragua, brings together progressive and leftist movements from the region Over a quarter of a century after its creation, the Sao Paulo Forum continues to be an essential political protagonist in Latin America and the Caribbean, stated Communist Party of Cuba (PCC) Central Committee member, […] Continue reading

Venezuelans Join Peaceful Dry Run Assembly Vote

Venezuelans voted this Sunday, ahead of the election of representatives to the National Constituent Assembly to be held on July 30 Venezuela’s nationwide dry run vote is underway Sunday, ahead of the election of representatives to the National Constituent Assembly to be held on July 30, with the National Electoral Council overseeing preparations for the […] Continue reading

Raul Castro Extols Validity of Non-State Sector

Cuban president Raul Castro yesterday extolled the validity of the non-state forms in the economy as method to generate jobs and diversify the offer of goods and services. During the closing speech of the Plenary Session of the 9th ordinary period of the 9th legislature of the National Assembly (parliament), the President said Cuba has […] Continue reading

Cadillac One Rocks Sancti Spiritus

The House of the Guayabera of Sancti Spiritus, one of the most recognized cultural centers of this ancient Cuban city, receives every Thursday night the musicians of the rock band Cadillac One The five members of the group, led by Miguel Valdivia, came together in November 2015, and since then have delighted local residents with […] Continue reading

Sobresalen periodistas espirituanos en Concurso 26 de Julio

Con cuatro premios y dos menciones, la prensa espirituana volvió a sobresalir en el Concurso Nacional 26 de Julio, el más importante que cada año organiza la Unión de Periodistas de Cuba El mayor aporte en ese resultado correspondió a Enrique Ojito Linares, merecedor de dos premios y una mención, mientras Arelys García Acosta se […] Continue reading

Turkey Plans to Ease Trains for Women

A project has been announced aimed at designating separate railway carriages for women on intra-city trains The populous Turkish city of Bursa has announced a project aimed at designating separate railway carriages for women on intra-city trains, so that they travel more comfortable. According to the mayor of that city, Recep Altepe, the issue is […] Continue reading

Self-employment Continues to Rise in Sancti Spiritus

Self-employment continues to grow in Sancti Spiritus, where a total of 24,985 people work in one or more activities, the highest figure since the flexibilization of this form of employment in 2010. According to sources from the National Office of the Tax Administration (ONAT) in the province, the granting of licenses amounts to almost 25,490, […] Continue reading

Self-employment Continues to Rise in Sancti Spiritus

Self-employment continues to grow in Sancti Spiritus, where a total of 24,985 people work in one or more activities, the highest figure since the flexibilization of this form of employment in 2010. According to sources from the National Office of the Tax Administration (ONAT) in the province, the granting of licenses amounts to almost 25,490, […] Continue reading

The Queen of the Ibero-American Shooting Tournament

The 5th Ibero-American Shooting Championship held in El Salvador could not have gone better for Sancti Spiritus athlete Eglys de la Cruz Farfán, the queen of the competition. According to Julio Hernandez, national commissioner of the sport, in addition to the three gold and four silver medals that confirm her as top prize winner in […] Continue reading

Venezuela Slams Helicopter ‘Terror’ Attack

A man hijacked a helicopter then lobbed 4 grenades at the Supree Court building, where 80 people were working Venezuela’s Foreign Minister Samuel Moncada said Tuesday’s attack on the capital was an “act of terrorism” and criticized North American, European and Latin American countries for failing to condemn it. Moncada told a news conference in […] Continue reading