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Message from Army General Raúl Castro to Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro

HavanaOctober 16, 2017Comrade Nicolás Maduro MorosPresident of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela Continue reading

Delegate No. 173: Sochi, the Center of the World (+Photos and Video)

The 19th World Festival of Youth and Students was officially opened on Sunday by Vladimir Putin, president of the Russian Federation, who called for the defense of love for freedom, peace and solidarity to the more than 20, 000 young people present a... Continue reading

The Legacy of Che Guevara, 50 Years Later

His enemies find it hard to believe that Che Guevara toured the region of Latin America on a motorcycle, taking the pulse of poverty, asking for weapons to defend Guatemala from Árbenz and joining a group of young people led by Fidel Castro. Continue reading

ETECSA Assesses the Effectiveness of the Information Services Through the Mobile

The Computing Applications Enterprise (DESOFT), through a work agreement with the Cuban Telecommunication Enterprise (ETECSA), activated a mobile telephone system service that allow the user request the information of his interest for the price of 16... Continue reading

Cuban Gov’t Expresses Gratitude for Solidarity after Hurricane Irma

Cuba's National Defense Council has expressed gratitude for the shows of solidarity that the country is still receiving after Hurricane Irma.

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Raul Castro Sees off Venezuelan President After Visit

Photo: Estudios RevoluciónYesterday September 24, constitutional President Nicolás Maduro Moros departed for his homeland from José Martí International Airport, where Army General Raúl Castro Ruz, President of Cuba's Councils of State and Ministers, bid him farewell.

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Foreign Companies Invest over 1 Billion Dollars in Renewable Energy

Several businesses with foreign capital, totaling more than one billion dollars, have been established in Cuba this year in the renewable energy sector, considered fundamental for the socioeconomic development of the country. Continue reading

Alleged Baffling Acoustic Attacks in Cuba Described As Absurd

The story of allegedly baffling acoustic attacks in Cuba against U.S. diplomats, broadcast in international media but termed absurd by several experts, continues today starting to wag in this Caribbean nation. Continue reading

Cuba Brings to Justice Penal Cases Related to Hurricane Irma

The judicial body of the National Defense Council reported that 35 penal cases related to the impact of hurricane Irma in Cuba have been brought to justice. Continue reading

Hurricane Irma hits the Caribbean hard and approaches Cuba

Irma has weakened slightly over the last few hours, but continues to be a powerful hurricane hitting the insular Caribbean with winds of 285 kilometers per hour, and advancing toward Cuba. Continue reading

Raúl recieves Spanish Foreign Minister

Army General Raúl Castro Ruz, President of the Councils of State and Ministers, yesterday September 6, received Alfonso María Dastis Quecedo, Spain's minister of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation, who is making an official visit to the country.

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Eastern Cuba Takes Measures Before Passing of Irma

Facing the imminent passage of Hurricane Irma in the Caribbean, authorities from this province are assuring today the sending of materials and workforce from the telecommunications and electricity companies to the most vulnerable municipalities. Continue reading

Hurricane Irma Approaches Northern Group of the Lower Antilles

The forecast during Tuesday afternoon indicate that the powerful Hurricane Irma is approaching the northern group of the Lower Antilles at a speed of 24 kilometers per hour. Continue reading

Cuba Marks 57th Anniversary of FMC

Fifty-seven years after its founding, the Federation of Cuban Women (FMC) is taking on the challenges of a new era with the dedication to be expected of the inheritors of the Cuban people's best traditions of dignity and courage, especially the many women who with their example enriched the nation's history.

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Russian Car-Making Avtovaz to Re-Start Supply of Vehicles to Cuba

Russia’s largest carmaker, Avtovaz, has said it will supply 300 cars for taxi service in Cuba before the end of this year. Continue reading

Venezuelan President Pays his Respects in Santa Ifigenia

Photo: Estudios RevoluciónVenezuelan President Nicolás Maduro Moros visited the Santa Ifigenia cemetery in Santiago de Cuba, yesterday August 15, accompanied by Army General Raúl Castro Ruz, to pay his respects to Cuba's national hero José Martí and Comandante en Jefe Fidel Castro, on the 91st anniversary of his birth.

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Elections: Questions and answers (Part II)

Our interview on elections in Cuba with Dr. José Luis Toledo, president of the National Assembly of People’s Power Commission on Constitutional and Judicial Affairs, and tenured professor at the University of Havana, continues below, add... Continue reading

Elections: Questions and answers (Part I)

Numerous international media outlets are currently describing the future of Cuba as unknown, given the upcoming 2017-2018 general elections. While many people, both within and outside of the country, have doubts, questions, and apprehensions about th... Continue reading

A Fifth of the Cuban Population is over 60 Years of Age

The Cuban population over 60 years of age is now reaching 2,219,784 persons in total, which represents 19.8 percent -a fifth- of the total population of Cuba, reported the National Office for Statistics and Information (ONEI). Continue reading

New solar park opened in Villa Clara

The province’s second solar park, which forms part of a national program to increase the use of renewable energy sources , recently came into operation in the town of Caguagua. Continue reading

Cuba Expands Self-Employment in Its Economy

Self-employment, or private work by an individual or groups of persons, is now an element of the Cuban economy, and the Council of Ministers looked into its results and ways to expand and improve it, the official Granma newspaper reported Tuesday. Continue reading

Solidarity Friends from Latin America and the Caribbean Arrive in Cuba

Composed of 70 friends of Cuba, the Latin American and Caribbean Brigade of volunteer work and solidarity with the island will be received today at the International Camp Julio Antonio Mella (CIJAM), Caimito, Artemisa province. Continue reading

A New Environmental Path to Climb the Turquino Mountain

A new path for the climbing of the Turquino Mountain, which is environmental with a similar natural and landscape with less impacts over the biodiversity of the Turquino National Park, has been developed by a multidisciplinary team made up of special... Continue reading

Raúl Castro Attends Swearing-in Ceremony for New Cuban Ambassadors

Army Raúl Castro Ruz, first secretary of the Communist Party of Cuban Central Committee and President of the Councils of State and Ministers, presided a swearing-in ceremony for 38 new Cuban ambassadors, yesterday July 23, in the Council of State's Revolution Hall.

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US Artist Drifts Apart from Trump and Exhibit in Cuba

Photo: Prensa LatinaUS plastic artist Ben Jones expressed his dissatisfaction with the stance of US President Donald Trump, opposed to enhance relations between his country and Cuba, where he's presenting a personal exhibition.

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Cuban Elections: Over 20 Thousand Polling Stations Ready

Cubans will cast their ballots in the coming general elections in some 24,360 polling stations placed in the over 12,515 districts of the country. Continue reading