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Four Killed in Traffic Accident in Jatibonico, Central Cuba

Four deceased persons and a polytraumatized girl is the balance of a traffic accident that occurred at 5:55 am this Thursday on the Carretera Central, Barquero area, in the municipality of Jatibonico, Cuban central province of Sancti Spiritus According to Radio Sancti Spíritus radio station, the accident occurred when a tourist car hit a truck. … Continue reading

Rare Bat Species Identified in Pico San Juan, Central Cuba

Speleologists and researchers from the SAMÁ Group of Sancti Spíritus discovered very rare species of bats in the mountainous region of Trinidad Members of the SAMÁ Group in Sancti Spiritus, central Cuba, recently completed a study that reveals the presence of very rare species of bats around the Pico San Juan Ecological Reserve, in the … Continue reading

Cuba to Build a Bioelectric Plant and a Wind Farm with Indian Credit

The bioelectric plant is planned to be installed in the western Cuban province of Artemisa, while the wind farm (Río Seco 1) will be built in Holguín Cuba will build a bioelectric plant, which will be associated with a sugar plant, and a 50 MW wind farm through a loan granted by India, said today … Continue reading

Restoration of the Camilo Cienfuegos Monumental Complex Concluded

The restoration actions are part of the comprehensive rehabilitation program that benefits the historical complex on the occasion of the 60th anniversary of the creation of Las Villas North Front Specialists from the Provincial Cultural Heritage Center (CPPC) of Sancti Spiritus completed the restoration of the sculptural group dedicated to Camilo Cienfuegos, on the occasion … Continue reading

Cuba: León Richards Appointed as New President of Olympic Committee

Richards was elected on Monday for the position held since 1997 by José Ramón Fernandez, who has been now granted the status of Honorary Life President Roberto León Richards was elected president of the Cuban Olympic Committee (COC) in an ordinary assembly that applauded the proposal to grant José Ramón Fernández Álvarez the status of … Continue reading

Cuban Duo Wins Punta Cana Beach Volleyball Tournament

The Cuban team earned the title by defeating 2-0 (21-15 and 22-20) Mexicans Josue Gaxiola and Jose Rubio last Sunday The Cuban duo of Karell Peña-Luis Reyes won the gold medal of the 4th stop of the 2018 NORCECA Beach Volleyball Circuit held in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic, with the presence of 21 teams per … Continue reading

Chile ‘Not Obligated’ to Negotiate with Bolivia over Sea Access, ICJ

Bolivian President Evo Morales gave a press release shortly after the ruling and vowed to continue the fight for sovereign access to the Pacific Ocean The International Court of Justice in The Hague Monday delivered its ruling on the dispute between Bolivia and neighbor Chile on access to the Pacific Ocean in which the court said that Chile “has … Continue reading

Over 1,200 Deaths in Indonesia Due to Earthquake, Tsunami

Local media report that the lack of food and gasoline marks the priorities of the disaster’s survivors The death toll from the earthquake and tsunami that shook the island of Celebes in Indonesia on Friday reached 1,203, the Rapid Action Team working in the affected area reported today. Tom Lembong, chairman at Indonesia Investment Coordinating … Continue reading

Cuba President Returns from New York

Díaz-Canel is back in the island after having participated in the  UN’s 73rd General Assembly and holding relevant meetings in New York with US politicians and business people President Miguel Diaz-Canel is back to Cuba after appearing at the United Nations for the 73rd General Assembly and holding relevant meetings in New York with US … Continue reading

Lula Spends 175 Days in Prison, PT in Presidential Race

Despite being held since April 7, Lula designed and led, with evident success, the PT election strategy with possibilities to win the Presidency of the Republic A political prisoner due to the intended purpose of excluding him from the presidential race, Luis Inacio Lula da Silva has served 175 days in prison, while the Workers’ … Continue reading

Ninth CDR Congress Closes in Cuba

The presentation of the new elected national leadership and the executive secretariat, the results of the organization’s achievement and the prize-giving and recognition ceremony is expected today after three days of analysis The 9th Congress of the Committees for the Defense of the Revolution (CDR) is concluding Friday in Havana, where delegates draw up strategies … Continue reading

Productive Meeting between Cuban President, U.S. Entrepreneurs

The sides discussed the potential for those entities dedicated to travel between Cuba and the United States, and referred to the need to eliminate the prohibitions which hinder Americans from freely visiting the neighboring nation The meeting of Cuba”s President Miguel Diaz-Canel with U.S. businessmen from the travel sector was excellent and very profitable, said … Continue reading

Cuban President Carries Out Broad Agenda in and outside UN

The Cuban Statesman is scheduled to have on Thursday an informal meeting with U.S. agricultural representatives and will meet with a religious authority of New York City Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel is meeting on Thursday with U.S. representatives, businessmen, and authorities in New York City, besides his fulfilling his bilateral agenda at UN. Diaz-Canel held … Continue reading

Cuba Nixes Military Doctrines Based on Nuclear Deterrence

The President upheld it is an unavoidable duty for Cuba to celebrate the International Day for the Total Elimination of Nuclear Weapons every September 26 Cuba disallows security policies and military doctrines based on nuclear deterrence, President Miguel Diaz-Canel told the United Nations General Assembly that is holding its 73rd Period of sessions. The Cuban … Continue reading

Cuban President Meets Worldwide Leaders at UN

Actions rather than words; cooperation, not intervention; solidarity, not plundering, said the Cuban president at UN body, which begins its general debate on Tuesday. Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel continues on Tuesday the activities related to his participation at UN General Assembly, as part of which he holds bilateral talks with leaders of several nations. Diaz-Canel … Continue reading

Circuit tourism in the center of the country

Although Cuba is recognized around the world as a sun and beach destination par excellence, there are other attractions to be found farther from the coastline. Natural parks, waterfalls, rivers, caves, and a rich variety of plant and animal species to observe abound in the center of the island. The central region, ideal for combination … Continue reading

Cuba Will Denounced at UN US Economic Blockade, Said Diaz-Canel

Diaz-Canel remarked that the blockade on Cuba is the longest ever in the history of humanity, adding it has punished generations of Cubans Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel who is already in New York for the UN General Assembly will denounce what he termed as ”US aberrant policy of blockade” imposed on Cuba for over 55 … Continue reading

Sancti Spiritus to Host Traditional Trio Event

The Cuban city of Sancti Spiritus will host the 32th Trio  Festival next September 28-30, in which nearly fifteen musical groups will be taking part According to Dayana Ruiz Martínez, head of the Programme and Communication Department at the Provincial Music Company, the event will be mainly  dedicated to honor the 25th anniversary of the … Continue reading

Venezuela Announces Increase in Oil Exports to China

Venezuela and China recently signed 28 agreements, raising the number of cooperation projects in the area of development to more than 700 Venezuela will increase oil production to raise exports to China by one million barrels, announced the Head of State of the South American country, Nicolas Maduro. At an international press conference at the … Continue reading

Cuba Hopes to Welcome Five Million Tourists Next Year

Despite a decrease in tourist arrivals so far this year, the prospects are good for the end of 2018 and 2019 Authorities of the Cuban Ministry of Tourism (MINTUR) have declared today that Cuba hopes to receive 5,100,000 foreign visitors in 2019. MINTUR Commercial Director Michel Bernal added that despite a decrease in tourist arrivals … Continue reading

Africa-Cuba Ties are Indissoluble, Visiting Ghana FM Says

Shirley Ayorkor Botchwey held talks with her Cuban couterpart Bruno Rodríguez Parrilla and signed the Agreement for Regular Diplomatic Consultations On the eve, Cuba and Ghana foreign ministries signed the Agreement for Regular Diplomatic Consultations in order to promote and strengthen bilateral ties and cooperation through talks The bonds that unite Africa and the Caribbean … Continue reading

Cuba: New Details on Investigations of Plane Crashed in Havana

According to the president of the Institute of Civil Aeronautics of Cuba (IACC), Armando Daniel Lopez, the content of the Boeing 737-200’s two black boxes has been clarified almost entirely The investigation into the plane crash that took place on May 18th in Havana entered a new phase, which will allow identifying if it was … Continue reading

Cubans Abroad Discuss Constitutional Reform

The consultation process on the draft constitutional reform for Cubans living abroad began last August 31st The Cuban Foreign Ministry announced August 31 the beginning of the consultation process on the draft constitutional reform for all Cubans living abroad, through the online form posted on the Ministry of Foreign Affairs’ “Nation and Emigration” website at: … Continue reading

Cuban Students Winners in Ecuadorian Biology Olympiad

Four high-school students represented Cuba in the competition, which was also attended by teams of students from 13 countries The Cuban delegation that participated in the Ibero-American Biology Olympiad in Ecuador returned home with gold and silver medals, two honorable mentions and an award for physical and mental skill. Four high-school students, accompanied by a … Continue reading

Cuban President’s to TeleSUR: We Are Not a Threat to Anyone

In his first interview with a press media after being elected as the President of Cuba, Miguel Díaz-Canel addressed transcendental national and international issues in Telesur Commenting his first four months in office, Cuban President Miguel Mario Diaz-Canel Bermudez told in an exclusive interview with teleSUR that the U.S. blockade definitely still consisted in the … Continue reading

Sancti Spiritus Urges Early Prevention of Chronic Kidney Disease

Latin America has the highest mortality rate in the world from CKD, which is the second cause of years of life potentially lost in the region Mexican Doctor Alfonso Cueto Manzano, president of the Latin American Society of Nephrology and Hypertension, called in Sancti Spíritus to focus on the prevention and early diagnosis of Chronic … Continue reading