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Cycling in Vueltabajo, a Homage to Local Protagonists

The book Ciclismo en Vueltabajo (Cycling in Vueltabajo), written by José Antonio Serantes Díaz, correspondent of Radio Reloj in Pinar del Rio, is a homage to athletes, coaches and promoters of the sport, and also the first text on the subject published in the province.

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A Tradition Passed Down from Father to Son

Cuba has a long tradition of tobacco cultivation, accumulated over the centuries-long history of the island. Continue reading

Trump Sacks Tillerson, Names Pompeo as New Secretary of State

U.S. president, Donalsd Trump, announced today the dismissal of Rex Tillerson as his Secretary of State, who will be substituted by the director of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), Mike Pompeo. Continue reading

Former Obama’s Advisor Considers Anachronistic Blockade on Cuba

The U.S. blockade on Cuba is now anachronistic and meaningless, said political scientist Robert Malley, who served as special adviser to former U.S. President Barack Obama. Continue reading

Our Peoples Have No Future without Unity, without Integration

Speech by Army General Raúl Castro Ruz, President of the Councils of State and Ministers of the Republic of Cuba, at the 15th ALBA-TCP Summit, held in Caracas, Venezuela, on March 5, 2018, “Year 60 of the Revolution”

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Raúl: The Joint Defense of Venezuela is the Strategic and Urgent Task of ALBA

As a tribute to the memory of the Comandante of the Bolivarian Revolution Hugo Chávez Frías, precisely five years after his passing, the 15th Summit of the Bolivarian Alliance for the Peoples of Our America - Peoples’ Trade Agreement (ALBA-TCP) was held in the Venezuelan capital’s Miraflores Palace.

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Following Habano Story: Everything Starts in the Countryside

For over 200 years, Habanos cigars are the only ones that are made entirely by hand, a story that begins in the fields. Continue reading

Cuba Performs Dynamic Test prior to General Election

With the participation of about 200,000 electoral authorities, the dynamic test (mock elections) was held nation wide in Cuba, prior to the March 11 general election. Continue reading

New Cuban Film Proposes Important Life Lesson

Cuba's main theaters will exhibit the drama ''¿Por Qué Lloran Mis Amigas? (Why Do My Friends Cry?), a feature-length film made by Cuban moviemaker Magda Gonzalez.

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Domadores of Cuba Lose Match in WSB

The Tigers of Uzbekistan broke the unbeaten record of the Domadores (Tamers) of Cuba in the 8th World Boxing Series (WSB) winning the match between them 4-1 in this capital. Continue reading

Flower Shop with Attractive Proposals in Pinar del Río

When Olga Lidia Roque Corrales decided to lease a space in the main street of the city, she did not imagine that her flower shop Detalles con amor (Details with love) would be among the favorite spots of the locals, who longed for places like this. Continue reading

Tobacco Plantations Focus Activity of Habano Festival

To learn about tobacco plantations of the western Pinar del Rio province is the main activity for participants in the 20th Habano Festival. Continue reading

Havana’s Museum of Tobacco, an Exhibition of Traditions

Founded 25 years ago, the Museum of Tobacco, in Old Havana, is an educational facility for those interested in learning about the traditions and culture related to that aromatic leaf. Continue reading

Lisandra Ordaz: I’ve Still Got Many Dreams to Fulfill

Even if she decided never to play chess again, Lisandra Ordaz has already made history. During the Don Modesto Castellón tournament at the end of 2017, she became the first Cuban woman to break the 2,400 Elo rating barrier, winning the title of International Master.

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Habano Cigar Festival Begins

The 20th edition of the Habano Cigar Festival is starting today in this capital with a meeting with specialized journalists and the traditional official opening ceremony in the evening. Continue reading

Cuban Authorities Worried about Tourists’ Visits to Viñales

The constant demand from travelers from all over the world to visit the western Cuba, particularly the Viñales Valley, has raised authorities' concern about the need to improve the region's protection.

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Cuban Foreign Ministry Rejects Rex Tillerson Statements

Cuban Foreign Ministry rejected statements made by U.S. Secretary of State, Rex Tillerson, at the beginning of his Latin American and Caribbean tour, describing them as a message of arrogance and disdain. Continue reading

Platino Award 2018 Includes Cuban Film in First Pre-selection

The 5th Platino Award of Ibero-American Cinema announced today its first preselection of nominees, which includes the Cuban film ''Ultimos dias en La Habana,'' by director Fernando Perez. Continue reading

The Cuban Tamers Plan to Reach the Finals of 8th World Series

The Domadores (Tamers) of Cuba is now working to get included at the finals of the 8th edition of the World Series of Boxing (WSB), said Cuban National Boxing Federation president Alberto Puig. Continue reading

Cuba Condemns All Terrorist Acts, Methods, and Practices

The Ministry of Foreign Relations of the Republic of Cuba condemns the terrorist attack perpetuated in Esmeraldas, Ecuador, and expresses its solidarity with the government of this sister country and its people. Continue reading

President Maduro Ratifies Commitment to Peace Dialogue in Venezuela

President Nicolás Maduro has ratified his commitment to the peaceful coexistence negotiations the government maintained with opposition factions in the Dominican Republic and will continue in this capital.

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Cuba Protests Attempts of Undermine its Sovereignty

Cuba protested before U.S. diplomatic authorities for attempts of that country to undermine the sovereignty of the Caribbean nation in its competence to regulate flows of information, according to a note published. Continue reading

“This School Allowed me to Dream”

For the second time, I was lucky to enjoy his music live. The first was some eight years ago and yet I have the memories fresh in my mind. Continue reading

40 Countries to Participate in 27th International Book Fair

The 27th International Book Fair, to take place in Cuba from February 1st to 11th, will have the participation of 40 countries and more than 400 foreign guests, said organizers. Continue reading

With the Light of Martí

The Cuban people will come out en masse across the country’s 168 municipalities this January 27 to pay tribute to the island’s National Hero, José Martí, on the 165th anniversary of his birth.

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Candidates to Parliament Mark Cuban Genuine Electoral System

The candidates to provincial delegates and deputies to the national Assembly of People’s Power nominated in Pinar del Río are proof of our genuine electoral system by gathering people of different sectors of the society.

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