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February 2018
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Venezuela Diplomat Warns on Possible Foreign Attack

During the Venezolana de Television program ‘Con Amorin’, Roy Chaderton reiterated the warnings of a probable armed attack Diplomat Roy Chaderton has exhorted Venezuelans to be prepared for a possible foreign military intervention against the South American country, either by Colombian troops or a coalition formed by the United States. During the Venezolana de Television … Continue reading

Elderly People of Ours

For many, getting old is a sad period when death is inevitable and, sometimes, the best end. In my opinion, growing old is as sad as disappearing before the eyes of my children Aging is a natural process of the human being, a stage where there is a decline of all physical, cognitive, emotional and … Continue reading

Cuba Holds Congress on Higher Education

This congress is regarded as a space for meeting, dialogue and debate on the most pressing issues concerning higher education in the region About 2,500 delegates and guests among Cubans and foreigners will meet as of today until February 16 in this capital during the 11th International Congress of Higher Education, Universidad 2018. The event, … Continue reading

Cuban Young Innovator Awarded by American Technology Magazine

A young resident of Cabaiguán, Sancti Spiritus, was the only Cuban awarded in 2017 by the MIT Technology Review, regarded as the world’s oldest technology magazine, owned by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, United States. The news sounded atypical through and through: a young resident of Cabaiguán, Sancti Spiritus, was the only Cuban included in … Continue reading

Cuba Ready for Contributions to World Health Trends

The statement was made by Professor Pedro Valdes, deputy director of the island’s Neuro Sciences Center Cuban health system can make substantial contributions to new health trends worldwide, like precision medicine, said Professor Pedro Valdes, deputy director of the island’s Neuro Sciences Center. Precision medicine represents a change of paradigm, as it is based on … Continue reading

People Killed, Injured in Oruro Carnival Celebration

This festivity is one of the greatest in Latin America and one of the main traditional parties in Bolivia The death toll rose to eight people, while injured people increased to 40 after a gas bottle exploded Saturday in the Bolivian city of Oruro during the carnival held here, police authorities said today. Oruro’s police … Continue reading

Havana’s Book Fair Event Concludes Sunday

The International Book Fair continues to be the most important event in the Cuban publishing sector The International Book Fair (FIL) culminates today its 27th chapter in Havana to expand to other provinces of Cuba, under the usual motto of Leer is to grow. In the Fortress of San Carlos de la Cabaña, main venue … Continue reading

Sancti Spiritus: Youth Pay Tribute to Che in Caballete de Casa

On the occasion of the beginning of the celebrations for the 90th anniversary of Ernesto Guevara’s birthday, representatives from different Cuban provinces will make a walk to the historic place As part of the celebrations for the 90th anniversary of Ernesto “Che” Guevara’s birthday, some 400 young people coming from the Cuban provinces of Havana, … Continue reading

FARC Announces Suspension of Electoral Campaign

The suspension was due to the constant aggressions against FARC leaders amid the political exercise to which they are entitled after being constituted as a political party The FARC announced today the suspension of its electoral campaign, due to the constant physical and verbal aggressions against its leaders amid the political exercise to which they … Continue reading

Gala Opens 2018 Winter Olympics in South Korea (+photos)

The opening ceremony of the 23rd Winter Olympic Games was held in Pyeongchang amid a display of lights, fireworks and typical dances of Korea The gala was attended by president Moon Jae-in, together with some 200 officials and leaders of several countries and national organizations. These games, already known as the games of peace, will … Continue reading

Cuba Ratifies Historic Links with African Countries

Vice President of the Cuban Council of State Mercedes Lopez Acea is currently on an African tour that seeks to further strengthen bilateral cooperation with African region and the Indian Ocean The tour includes Cape Verde, Equatorial Guinea, Ghana and the Seychelles Islands. Upon her arrival in Equatorial Guinea Thursday, Acea highlighted the friendship ties … Continue reading

Cuban Left Out of Caribbean Series Final

The Aguilas Cibaeñas, from the DR, beat 7-4 the Alazanes of Granma, thus leaving Cuban out oif the Caribbean Series Final This was the second win of the Dominicans over the Cuban side, whom they were previously defeated 7-1 in the qualifying round. Cuba took a 3-0 lead in the second inning with RBIs by … Continue reading

Foreign Investment Grows in Mariel Special Development Zone

Cuban has so far invested around 300 million USD a year in developing high standard infrastructure which is now available for investors To date 33 users, whose products and services will supply the national and international markets, have been approved in the economic enclave known as the Mariel Special Development Zone as it aspires to … Continue reading

Cuba Defeats Puerto Rico in the Caribbean Baseball Series

Both teams have qualified for the semi-finals, to be played Wednesday in Jalisco The Alazanes of Granma defeated on Tuesday the Criollos of Caguas from Puerto Rico in the last game of the preliminary stage of the Caribbean Baseball Series held in the Mexican city of Jalisco. Cuban relief pitcher, Leandro Martinez obtained the victory, … Continue reading

Mexico Reports Most Violent Electoral Campaign in Decades

About nine Mexican politicians and candidates have been shot dead so far this year, confirming the current electoral campaign as the most violent in decades The last victim was Francisco Rojas, candidate for mayor of the State of Mexico municipality of Cuatitlán Izcalli, who died yesterday night along with his sister because of the severity … Continue reading

Villa San José del Lago Looks Splendid Again

After the serious sequels left by Hurricane Irma, Los Lagos de Mayajigua resort, from  Islazul Hotel Group, has been recovered with more beauty and comfort White herons have already recovered their habitat in the only willows left in Villa San José del Lago, Mayajigua, the palm trees got leaves again, while the two pink flamingos … Continue reading

Cuba Loses to DR in 2018 Caribbean Baseball Series

Cuba lost 1-7 to Aguilas Cibaeñas Caribbean Baseball Series underway in the Mexican city of Jalisco, Mexico Cuba lost its undefeated status in the 2018 Caribbean Baseball Series when losing 1-7 to the Aguilas Cibaeñas, from the DR, at the Pan American Stadium of the Mexican city of Jalisco, Guadalajara, where today they will face … Continue reading

Eighty Six Palm Trees for Camilo Cienfuegos

The tradition of planting a royal palm on Camilo Cienfuegos’s birthday is a special task this year, beginning early, since Hurricane Irma toppled several of the majestic trees at the Historic Complex honoring the revolutionary hero According to historian Gerónimo Besánguiz Legarreta, director of the site, the recovery of the palms, and other wooded areas, … Continue reading

New Book on Fidel Castro in International Book Fair

The book contains a collection of the tributes offered by the Cuban people, and friends around the world, to Fidel after his death Tributes offered by the Cuban people, and friends around the world, to Fidel after his death are collected in a new book entitled Hasta siempre Fidel, presented yesterday by the Council of … Continue reading

Costa Rica: Fabricio Alvarado Wins First Electoral Round

Fabricio Alvarado will dispute the second electoral round, scheduled for April 1, with aspirant for the governing Partido Accion Ciudadana (PAC), Carlos Alvarado Presidential candidate for Party Restauracion Nacional (PRN), Fabricio Alvarado, won the first round of general elections in Costa Rica, thanks to the support of the more conservative sectors, contrary to legalization of … Continue reading

Cuban Foreign Ministry Rejects Rex Tillerson Statements

Cuban Foreign Ministry rejected today statements made by U.S. Secretary of State, Rex Tillerson, at the beginning of his tour of Latin American and Caribbean tour, describing them as a message of arrogance and disdain ‘The Ministry of Foreign Relations alerts on the severity of the message of arrogance and disdain with which the Secretary … Continue reading

Sancti Spiritus Encourages the Tarea Vida Project

The Cuban central province of Sancti Spiritus will be soon provided with additional human and technological resources in order to foster the Tarea Vida project, a governmental plan aimed at offsetting the consequences of climate change in the island.   In accordance with local specific problems and priority areas, the necessary resources will be allocated … Continue reading

Cuba Defeats Venezuela in Caribbean Baseball Series

The Caribbean Series began Friday, with games between Cuba and Venezuela during the afternoon and a Mexico-Puerto Rico matchup in the nightcap The Cuban team, seeking its first Caribbean Series title since 2015, defeated Venezuela, 6-4, in the first game of the Caribbean Series on Friday. Cuba center fielder Roel Santos led off the bottom … Continue reading

Shooter Targets African Migrants in Macerata, Italy

A few days ago an 18-year-old Italian woman was discovered cut up and hidden in two suitcases, and a Nigerian migrant was connected with the death A man opened fire on passersby in the central Italian city of Macerata Saturday, injuring at least four African migrants in an attack that might be racially motivated, local media … Continue reading

US Black Democrats Pushing Hard to Impeach Donald Trump

Members of the Congressional Black Caucus (CBC) in the United States are leading efforts to impeach President Donald Trump The black lawmakers are basing their request on Trump repeatedly stirring racial controversies, from personally attacking two members of the group to casting equal blame on white supremacists and counter protesters for fatal violence in Charlottesville, … Continue reading

International Book Fair Kicks Off in Havana

The book event will be later on extended to 15 Cuban cities until its closure in May in Santiago de Cuba The 27th International Book Fair was inaugurated Thursday afternoon at its usual venue of the San Carlos of La Cabaña fortress, with China as its guest country and Havana Historian Eusebio Leal as the … Continue reading