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Raúl Castro Held Talks with President of Seychelles

The meeting took place in a friendly atmosphere and reaffirmed the two leaders’ willingness to continue strengthening cooperation ties Army General Raúl Castro Ruz, president of the Councils of State and Ministers, received this April 27, His Excellency Danny Faure, president of the Republic of the Seychelles, making an official visit to the country. The […] Continue reading

Visiting Seychelles President Inaugurates Embassy in Havana

The Seychelles embassy in Cuba is the first of that African nation to be opened in Latin American and the Caribbean region Seychelles President, Danny Faure, opened his country’s embassy in Cuba this Wednesday, as part of his official visit to the Caribbean nation. The Seychelles embassy in Cuba is the first of that African […] Continue reading

Buena Fe, Moncada and Casabe to Perform in Sancti Spiritus

The Plaza Cultural (Cultural Square) of Sancti Spiritus, located in Los Olivos neighbourhood, will be the venue tonight of a concert by Buena Fe, Moncada, and Casabe musical groups, which will accompanied by the PMM show. The concert will be the closure of the national tour made by these artists to commemorate the 56th anniversary […] Continue reading

Youth to Lead May Day Parade in Sancti Spíritus

Around 5,000 members of the Young Communist League will lead this year’s May Day march in Sancti Spíritus, an event which according to organizers encapsulates the unity of the Cuban people and commitment of the island’s youth to the revolutionary process. Following the youths will be workers affiliated with the Construction Trade Union and agricultural […] Continue reading

Indian Centenarian Athlete Wins Gold at World Masters Games (+photos)

The Indian sprinter clocked one minute 14 seconds, a mere 64.42 seconds off Usain Bolt’s 100m world record set in 2009 101-year-old Man Kaur won the 100 metres sprint at the World Masters Games in Auckland on April 24, the 17th gold medal in the Indian athlete’s remarkable late-blooming career. According to news.asiaone.com, the Indian […] Continue reading

Colombian Film Wins Grand Prize in Gibara Film Festival

Colombian film La Torre won the Humberto Solás Grand Prize in the Cinema under construction category during the closing ceremony of the Gibara International Film Festival The piece, with Juan Moreno’s script and direction, won this section whose special jury prize went to Antes que llegue el ferry, a Spanish-Cuban film by Juan Caunedo, Vladimir […] Continue reading

Machado Ventura Meets Spanish Communist Party Delegation

The visiting delegation undertook a program of activities which included attending the main event marking the 56th anniversary of the victory at Playa Girón José Ramón Machado Ventura, second secretary of the Communist Party of Cuba (PCC) Central Committee, received a delegation from the Communist Party of Spain, led by its Secretary General José Luis […] Continue reading

Jatibonico Train Derailment Leaves No Injured People (+photos)

No injured people or serious damage was reported after the derailment of the No. 10 passenger train that travels between the Cuban cities of Santiago de Cuba and Santa Clara. The accident took place around 2:00 AM this Monday in the region known as Lajitas, in the municipality of Jatibonico, central Cuban province of Sancti […] Continue reading

French Demonstrators Reject Presidential Election Results

Demonstrators went along several streets and destroyed showcases and painted sings on walls to show their rejection to Macron and Le Pen Hundreds of French people protested at the Place de la Bastille, in Paris, to express their non-conformity with the results in the presidential elections, an action that turned into a tense clash with […] Continue reading

Venezuelan Opposition Forces Attack Maternal-Children Hospital

Venezuela’s Foreign Minister Delcy Rodriguez announced on her Twitter account that “armed gangs hired by the opposition attacked a maternal and children’s hospital with 54 children (inside)” She also said that President Nicolas Maduro ordered the evacuation of the hospital, adding, “We will defeat the coup attempt.” The Hugo Rafael Chavez Frias Maternal and Children’s […] Continue reading

US Against Chemical Attack Investigation, Syrian President Says

Bashar al-Assad told Russia’s Sputnik News that Syria had formally requested inquiries on an alleged chemical attack on a town in Idleb province The United States has blocked the requested inquiries on an alleged chemical attack on a town in Idleb province, President Bashar al-Assad said in an interview with Russia’s Sputnik News. ‘We formally […] Continue reading

LatAm Athletes Attend Panama Special Olympics

The event brings together more than 800 athletes and coaches from 21 countries, including Cuba The 3rd Latin American Special Olympics Games, which today brings together more than 800 athletes and coaches from 21 countries stands out for the determination, skill, dedication, but above all, inclusion. Until April 28, the Flame of Hope will burn, […] Continue reading

Cuban Foreign Minister Concludes European Tour

Cuban Foreign Minister, Bruno Rodriguez Parrilla, arrived in Athens for an official visit, the last leg of his European tour   The Cuban diplomat was welcomed at the capital’s airport by Mrs. Aglaia Balta, Director of Greek Protocol of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. His delegation is composed of the head for Europe and Canada […] Continue reading

Venezuela Blames Opposition for Protest Deaths

Leaders of the opposition announced they will continue their protests on the streets of Caracas to force the ouster of President Nicolas Maduro Venezuela’s Minister of Interior said attacks to civilians and police were planned by the opposition after three people were killed in the midst of protest by the right-wing opposition in Caracas on […] Continue reading

Cuba’s 15th Iberostar Hotel Opens

The Bella Vista Varadero has five swimming pools, an enormous water park, and offers a variety of sporting and recreational activities With 90% of its rooms boasting sea views as well as family and adult only facilities, Bella Vista Varadero, the 15th establishment managed by the Iberostar chain in Cuba, is already in operation. Located […] Continue reading

Pope Francis Chooses Not to Visit Brasil

His Holiness had been invited to commemorate the 300-year anniversary of the appearance of Our Lady of Aparecida, the principal patroness of Brazil   Pope Francis has declined unelected President Michel Temer’s invitation to visit Brazil.  The reason for the invitation was to commemorate the 300-year anniversary of the appearance of Our Lady of Aparecida […] Continue reading

Vote Recount Legitimizes Continuation of Citizen Revolution in Ecuador

Lenin Moreno, winner of the two voting rounds, was confirmed with 51.16 percent of the ballots, while his rival, Guillermo Lasso had to accept the 48.84 percent The Citizen Revolution led by President Rafael Correa, was ratified as the lane chosen by the majority in Ecuador, after recounting over one million 275 thousand votes, which […] Continue reading

Monument Restoration Award Granted to Cuban Martyr’s Home

The home of Abel Santamaria, a revolutionary fighter who took part in actions related with the attack to the Moncada Garrison in 1953, received the award this year The native home of Cuban martyr Abel Santamaria Cuadrado – in Cuban province of Villa Clara- received the National Monument Restoration Award, which is awarded to promoted […] Continue reading

The Animal Kingdom of Sancti Spiritus, Cuba

The wild fauna of Sancti Spíritus, which comprises the wild animals of this geographical region, is surprisingly rich. But not all of these animals are safe. Species of hidden and silent life as well as other well-known groups can be found in coastal areas, caves, forests, and rivers. Respecting them, beyond any romanticism, constitutes an […] Continue reading

Cuban Foreign Minister Starts Official Visit to Spain

Cuba’s Foreign Minister, Bruno Rodriguez, has begun a two-day official visit to Spain today in response to an invitation from the authorities of this European country Rodriguez will meet today with the President of the Spanish government, Mariano Rajoy, at La Moncloa Palace, venue of the presidency of this country. After that meeting, the Cuban […] Continue reading

International Love Letter Contest Winners Awarded in Sancti Spiritus

The winners of the 17th International Love Letter Contest were announced this Saturday in Sancti Spiritus, central Cuba. The first three prizes were granted to Angélica María Herrera Guerra, from the local municipality of Cabaiguán; Odalys Leyva Rosabal, from the eastern Cuban province of Las Tunas, and María Cleofé Ogando Paz, a resident of the […] Continue reading

International Love Letter Contest Winners Awarded in Sancti Spiritus

The winners of the 17th International Love Letter Contest were announced this Saturday in Sancti Spiritus, central Cuba. The first three prizes were granted to Angélica María Herrera Guerra, from the local municipality of Cabaiguán; Odalys Leyva Rosabal, from the eastern Cuban province of Las Tunas, and María Cleofé Ogando Paz, a resident of the […] Continue reading

Glass Bottom Pool on Top of 42-Stories Building

A glass-bottomed sky pool was recently opened at the top of Market Square Tower in Houston, Texas A section of the amazing swimming pool extends out over the city, so people can look down and “enjoy” the thrilling sensation of being suspended in the air. Swimmers are protected as they float 500 feet above the […] Continue reading

Cuba: Over Thousand Visitors to Attend May Day Celebrations

Union activists from around the world will participate in May Day activities at the invitation of different solidarity organizations Over 1200 foreign visitors, many of them US citizens, will participate in May Day celebrations in Cuba, which include a march on Havana’s Jose Marti Revolution Square. Photos of 2016 May Day Parade in Sancti Spiritus, […] Continue reading

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Zaza River at Zero Level for Almost a Month (+photos)

Perhaps there is no better thermometer in Sancti Spíritus to assess the severity of the drought than the situation of the Zaza River, the second largest in Cuba, and the major to feed the local Zaza Dam. This reservoir exhibits a desolate panorama as well, with only 11% accumulation of its 1 020 million cubic […] Continue reading