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Chileans Honor Fidel with Soccer Game

On occasion of the first anniversary of Fidel Castro’s passing, the Coordinator Group of Solidarity with Cuba in Santiago de Chile organized a soccer match A soccer match and a letter to Donald Trump through the U.S. Embassy in Chile, were some of the initiatives launched by groups of friendship with Cuba in Chile. As … Continue reading

Kenya President Sworn In for Second Term

Thousands of supporters attended President Uhuru Kenyatta swearing-in ceremony held at Kasarani Stadium, Nairobi Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta took office in a complicated political environment, as opposition leaders and supporters refuse to recognize his legitimacy. Media highlights the legal ups and downs that preceded Kenyatta’s assumption back to being head of state. Last week, the … Continue reading

Cuban Leader Armando Hart Passes Away in Havana

Outstanding revolutionary combatant Armando Hart Dávalos died on Sunday afternoon, due to respiratory failure Hart was born on June 13, 1930 in Havana. Being a student of the University, in which he enrolled in 1947, he held various responsibilities in the University Student Federation and Orthodox Youth. He graduated as Doctor in Law in 1952. … Continue reading

Sancti Spiritus: 607 Delegates Elected in First Round

According to a report released after the official closure of the first electoral round, 89.45% of Sancti Spiritus electors exercised their right to vote this Sunday, when 607 delegates to the Municipal Assemblies of the People’s Power were elected. Orelbe Jacomino Ramos, president of the Provincial Electoral Commission, said it was an intense day in … Continue reading

Sancti Spiritus Votes for Cuba

The Cuban people decide. This is no propaganda but the reality across the country, from Havana to the most remote village of the Escambray or the Sierra Maestra. More than eight million people registered on the lists of voters are called to the polls this November 26 to elect delegates from the 12 515 constituencies … Continue reading

Cubans Ready for Elections

Over eight million Cubans are scheduled to vote next Sunday, November 26, in the municipal elections More than eight million Cubans are invited to head to the polls this Sunday, November 26, to elect delegates to Municipal Assemblies of People’s Power, as Alina Balseiro Gutiérrez, president of the National Electoral Commission (CEN) reiterated on the … Continue reading

The Teacher I Had Was Sent by Fidel

Her joy promised an uneventful night. “Do you know who’s speaking?”, she said enthusiastically when she called me at approximately 7:00 pm. It was Neisa Fernández Rojas, the only person who owns a Diploma of Honor in her name signed by Manuel Ascunce Domenech giving account of the greater task he managed to bring to […] Continue reading

Bruno Rodríguez Welcomes Korean Foreign Minister

During the meeting the Cuban Forein Minister noted that the island supports peace in the Korean Peninsula “This visit is a demonstration of the consolidation of the ties of cooperation and friendship between both nations, and which are the legacy of historic leaders Fidel Castro Ruz and Kim Il-Sung,” stated Cuba’s Foreign Minister, Bruno Rodríguez, […] Continue reading

Oscar Lopez Honors Fidel in Santa Ifigenia

The Puerto Rican independence leader paid tribute to Commander in Chief Fidel Castro, and also revered other Cuban heroes Puerto Rican independence leader Oscar Lopez Rivera paid tribute to Fidel Castro in the Cemetery of Santa Ifigenia right after arriving in Santiago de Cuba city, and also revered other Cuban heroes. The Puerto Rican fighter, […] Continue reading

Cuba Ready for November 26th Elections

The President of the National Electoral Commission (CEN), Alina Balseiro, said that last Sunday simulation was satisfactory The trial run, which is a key mandated step in the electoral process to ensure the success of the actual vote, was conducted with satisfactory results, according to Alina Balseiro, president of the National Electoral Commission (CEN), speaking […] Continue reading

Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe Resigns

The announcement was made shortly before Parliament’s impeachment proceedings Zimbabwe’s president for almost four decades, 93-year-old Robert Mugabe has resigned shortly before Parliament’s impeachment proceedings, a move that was abandoned after knowing about the nonagenarian’s decision. His letter of resignation was tendered to the Speaker of Parliament as stipulated in section 96 of the Constitution, […] Continue reading

I Prefer the Palm Tree Wood

Among the plain truths said by combatant Gustavo Castellon Melian fighter, best known in Cuba as El Caballo de Mayaguara (The Horse of Mayaguara), there is one that seems to be impossible to deny: there’s no other place in the island with so many royal palm trees as the area between Yaguajay and Caibarien. The […] Continue reading

Argentina Mourns Death of Marta Vázquez

Marta Vázquez was the President of the Mothers of Plaza de Mayo Linea Fundadora Argentine women struggling to find their children and grandchildren are mourning the recent loss of President of the Mothers of Plaza de Mayo Linea Fundadora, Marta Vázquez. The activist’s death was announced November 19, by the head of the Peace and […] Continue reading

Cuba Interested in Biotechnology Projects with South Africa

Cuba is willing to develop joint projects and to establish lasting relations in the interest of both countries Cuba expressed its willingness to contribute to and collaborate with the development of joint projects with South Africa in biotechnology, and establish lasting relations in the interest of both countries. Marta Ayala, deputy director-general of the Cuban […] Continue reading

Santiago de Cuba’s Choir Festival Honors Electo Silva

The 32nd International Choir Festival will will gather Cuban and foreign groups from December 6 to 10 The 32nd International Choir Festival will ratify Santiago de Cuba as a significant place of that event, when the event will gather Cuban and foreign groups from December 6 to 10. The event will pay tribute to Maestro […] Continue reading

Chile Elections to Second Round

Conservative Sebastian Piñera obtained reached 36 percent of the votes, followed by center-left candidate Alejandro Guillier  with 22.6 With almost 85 percent of the votes accounted for in Chile’s presidential election, Conservative billionaire Sebastian Piñera will head to the second round with 36.65 percent where he will face with Alejandro Guillier of the center-left New Majority coalition, who […] Continue reading

Oscar Lopez Rivera Pays Tribute to Che Guevara

The Puerto Rican patriot laid a wreath on the memorial that holds the remains of the Heroic Guerrilla and his companions fallen in Bolivia Puerto Rican independence fighter Oscar Lopez Rivera paid homage to Commander Ernesto Guevara in the Sculptural Complex that, in the city of Santa Clara, bears the name of the guerrilla of […] Continue reading

Cuban Athletes Win Marabana Marathon Race

Henry Jaen, who scored time of 2 hours, 28 minutes and 42 seconds, was the first to cross the fibisging line Cuban Henry Jaen won for the fifth time, second in a row, the marathon event of the Marabana Marathon Race, while his countryman Richer Perez became champion for 7th consecutive year of the half […] Continue reading

Cuban Delegation Arrives in South Africa

The delegation, led by Antonio Guerrero, is set to review the progress of Cuban collaboration in the construction sector The Hero of the Republic of Cuba Antonio Guerrero arrived in Pretoria heading a delegation to hold bilateral meetings in the Department of Public Works and Human Settlements, among other activities. Guerrero, vice-president of the Superior […] Continue reading

Sancti Spiritus Dedicates Scientific Workshop to Hospital Commemoration

On the occasion of the celebration, renowned Cuban Orthopedic Dr. Alfredo Braulio Ceballos Mesa donated a guayabera shirt to the collection treasured in this city Some 300 researches related to diseases and medical procedures will be debated, among other topics, in the Al Servicio de la Vida (At the Service of Life) scientific workshop, underway […] Continue reading

Rural Children Work to Support Family in Argentina

According to a recent investigation, more than 50 percent of rural children are forced to work in order to financially support their families More than 50 percent of rural Argentine children aged between five and 15 years old are forced to work in order to financially support their families, an investigation requested by the country’s Labor Ministry has […] Continue reading

Jojazz Contest Begins in Havana, Cuba

This event is the best opportunity for young generations of musicians to show their performance and song writing skills The Young Jazz Band, directed by maestro Joaquin Betancourt, is the main star of the opening gala of the 20th edition of the Young Jazz Musicians Competition (Jojazz), to be held until November 19. Young musicians […] Continue reading

Over 400 Foreign Participants to Attend 7th AFIDE

The 7th International Convention on Physical Activity and Sports (AFIDE) will be held from November 20th to the 24th The 7th International Convention on Physical Activity and Sports (AFIDE) scheduled from November 20th to the 24th at Havana’s Convention Center will have the participation of 423 foreign representatives from 35 countries and 300 Cubans. The […] Continue reading

Havana Celebrates 498 Anniversary

The Cuban capital, which granted the title of Wonder City of the World in 2016, features extraordinary architectural and urban values Havana today celebrates 498 years of existence in the midst of a particular revelry that not only adds to its habitual inhabitants, but also to travelers from all over the world. Since dawn, the […] Continue reading

Venezuela Seeks to Resume Talks with Opposition

Leaders of the Venezuela government travelled to the Dominican Republic hoping to resume the dialogue first started on September Members of the Venezuelan government left for the Dominican Republic with hopes of resuming dialogue with the right-wing opposition, even though some of its members have said they will not attend. Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro met […] Continue reading

New Building Regulations in Mexico City after Quake

The new regulations will be published in the Gaceta Oficial, and will be fundamental to carry out the reconstruction stage The City of Mexico will implement new norms for constructions in the capital, as well as for rehabilitation of buildings affected by the earthquake of September 19. The head of the government, Miguel Ángel Mancera, […] Continue reading