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March 2015
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Second Round of Cuba-US Talks: Anticipated Stances

Delegations from Cuba and the United States will meet here today at the second round of talks aimed at reestablishing diplomatic relations, for which purpose they expressed their stances and a constructive approach. Continue reading

Oscars 2015: Birdman Wins Best Picture and Director

birdmanBirdman, Alejandro González Iñárritu's satire about an ageing movie star trying to reinvent himself as a credible Broadway actor, took best picture and and best director at the 2015 Oscars, upending an awards season that had largely been playing out according to expectations.

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Habano Festival, Appointment with the Best Cigars in the World

The 17th Habano Festival will take place from February 23 through the 27 and will honor the prestigious brands Montecristo and Romeo and Juliet. Continue reading

Social Indiscipline, an Evil to Eradicate

In the last few years, the media outlets have denounced social indiscipline; however, this scourge still whips our society turning it into a victim of the unspeakable attitude of those who cause it. Continue reading

Cuban and U.S. Telephone Companies Ready to Sign Agreement

Telecommunications Enterprise of Cuba S.A. (Etecsa) and U.S. company IDT (Domestic Telecom Inc.) hope to sign an agreement that will allow direct interconnection between both nations. Continue reading

Cuba Reiterates Will to Continue Collaboration Against Ebola

Cuba repeated here its willingness to continue medical collaboration in the countries affected by the Ebola, an epidemic that finished with the life of thousands of people, adds a press release. Continue reading

British Fighters Ready for Match Against Cuba

The Lion Hearted Fighters of Great Britain are now ready for the coming match between the Tamers (Domadores, Cuba) and the Great Britain in this capital, said their authorities Thursday. Continue reading

Radical HIV Vaccine Ploy Raises Hope

A radical new approach to vaccination seems to completely protect monkeys from HIV, US scientists report. Continue reading

Giant African Land Snails Invade Cuba

Imagine the size of a common garden snail. Now multiply it several times. Continue reading

US Migration Policy to Cuba is Obsolete, Los Angeles Times Says

The U.S. migration policy toward Cuba, forged in the Cold War, is obsolete and the U.S. Congress should review the Cuban Adjustment Act (CAA), Los Angeles Times reported. Continue reading

A saint, a goat, a few pagan traditions led to the contemporary Valentine’s Day

As anyone with a child, a spouse, a lover, classmates, a girlfriend/boyfriend, or none of the above knows, Valentine's Day is this week. Continue reading

Classic Wrestlers Swept in Granma-Cerro Pelado Tournament

11869-fotografia-gIt is elementary mathematics. If Cuba´s Domadores swept in their first four clashes in the V World Boxing Series, four Cuban Greco-Roman wrestlers won and swept all opponents in the start of the 46th edition of the Granma-Cerro Pelado tournament.

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Over Five Million Books at Cuba International Fair

The 24th International Book Fair of Cuba opens doors today for readers in this capital with an offer exceeding five million printed copies. Continue reading

Raul Castro Receives Uruguayan VP-elect

raul uruguay vicpre fpt1Cuban President Raul Castro received this Thursday afternoon Uruguay´s Vice-President-elect Raúl Fernando Sendic Rodríguez who is in Cuba on an official visit.

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Pinar del Rio Sweeps the Leader in Cuban Baseball Series

54snb saavedra00021At just few days to represent Cuba in the Caribbean Series, the monarch Pinar del Río gave a blow of authority on Cuban baseball championship to complete the sweep over the leader Matanzas with a 7-3 win.

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Cuba, USA Discuss Steps to Restoring Diplomatic Ties

Cuba and the United States held the second day of talks with a meeting focused on the restoration of diplomatic relations, the opening of embassies, and other issues of bilateral interest. Continue reading

Statement from the Ministry of Public Health

reinaldo colaborador fallece fpt1Yesterday, January 18 at 7.00 a.m., Cuban time, 12.00 p.m. in Sierra Leone, the Cuban collaborator and nurse, Reinaldo Villafranca Antigua, from Los Palacios municipality in Pinar del Río province, died aged 43, after suffering from malaria with cerebral complications.

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Tecma Boosts Community Exchange

The project Street Big Bang, by the environmental street theater group TECMA, draws the attention of the inhabitants of Pinar del Rio with unusual presentations. Continue reading

2014 Confirmed as Warmest on Record

2014 was the warmest year on record, with global temperatures 0.68C (1.24F) above the long-term average, US government scientists have said. Continue reading

US Jail in Guantanamo Provokes World Contempt; New York Times

United States should close the prison at Guantanamo naval base, causing international contempt, and prosecute detainees in US territory, noted today an editorial of The New York Times newspaper. Continue reading

Pinar Reissues Caravan for Freedom

The Caravan for Freedom, which annually reissues the passing of the rebels after the revolutionary triumph on January 1st, 1959, arrived Saturday in Pinar del Rio. Continue reading

US Film Academy Announced the Oscar Awards Nominations

The members of the U.S. Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced the nominees for the Oscar Awards in its edition 87, taking place on Sunday, February 22, in Hollywood. Continue reading

Cuban Fighters Condemned Attacks on French Weekly Magazine

rene ramonCuban counter-terrorists René González and Ramón Labañino expressed today their condemnation of the attack against the weekly magazine Charlie Hebdo, when signing the condolence book at the French Embassy in Havana.

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The Commitment of the 10th UJC Congress

Alexis Hernandez Gonzalez stands out these days from the rest. He was selected as the first direct delegate of the province of Pinar del Rio to the 10th Congress of the Young Communist League (UJC) to be held in July. Continue reading

Droughts: A Challenge for Cuban Tobacco Growers

The strong drought in zones of the northern coast of Cuba is constituting a challenge for the Cuban tobacco growers in this province, west of the island, which is the biggest tobacco producer in the nation. Continue reading