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Tribute to Guantánamo Martyrs

Tribute to Guantánamo MartyrsGuantánamo.- The Day Guantánamo Martyrs is commemorated the 4th of August, the date summons locals from the easternmost province of Cuba to the perennial tribute to those who gave their lives in the name of justice and freedom.

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Cuba’s First Vice-president Pays Tribute to Bolivarian Leader Hugo Chavez

 Cuba's First Vice-president Pays Tribute to Bolivarian Leader Hugo Chavez Cuba’s first vice-president Miguel Diaz-Canel and foreign minister Bruno Rodriguez paid tribute on Sunday to Bolivarian leader Hugo Chavez on the 59th anniversary of his birth.

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Lat Am leaders highlight historical significance of Cuban Revolution

Latin American leaders highlighted in Santiago de Cuba the example set by the Cuban Revolution as beacon of sovereignty and dignity to the peoples of the region. Continue reading

Raul Castro Leads Act to Mark 60th Moncada Barracks Attack

Cuban President Raul Castro leads in Santiago de Cuba the act to mark the 60th anniversary of the attack to the Moncada Barracks, accompanied by heads of States of various nations, chiefly the member countries of the Bolivarian Alliance of the Peoples ... Continue reading

Santiago de Cuba Readies for July 26th Celebrations

The national ceremony to mark the 60th anniversary of the attacks on the Moncada and Carlos Manuel de Cespedes garrisons will take place on Friday, July 26th in areas of the former Moncada military facility, which used to be the second largest army bar... Continue reading

Low-income citizens thank subsidy policy

 Low-income citizens thank subsidy policyGuantanamo.- "I deeply appreciate the financial support from the Revolution to rebuild my home destroyed by the fury of Hurricane Sandy in October 2012," said local from Guantanamo Maria Pulsán Fondín, one of the low income persons that have been subsidized here.

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Guantanamo is ready for upcoming coffee harvest

Guantanamo. - Coffee farmers from Guantanamo are getting ready to start the coming harvest on the premise to overcome the efficiency levels achieved in the previous gathering. Continue reading

Fidel Castro Greets Venezuelan Parliament Leader

The historic leader of the Cuban Revolution, Fidel Castro, and President of the National Assembly of Venezuela, Diosdado Cabello, held a lively and fraternal meeting in Havana, national television reported this weekend. Continue reading

Cuba, Jamaica, United in History, Cultural Legacy


Cuba, Jamaica, United in History, Cultural Legacy Cuba and Jamaica have many points in common, geographic proximity, similar culture and history, with strong resistance, Jamaican Culture and Youth Minister Lisa Hanna said here.    

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Activists from 23 Countries Support the Cuban Five in Washington

Activists from 23 Countries Support the Cuban Five in Washington Representatives of more than 23 nations of the world took part in a mobilization for the release of the five Cuban antiterrorist fighters imprisoned in the US, mostly known in the world as The Cuban Five.

*Jurists Demand Release of Cuban Five


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Cuban Reject its Inclusion as a Sponsor of Terrorism

After the announcement by the U.S. government to include Cuba in the list of States Sponsors of Terrorism, civil society members and the general public rejected in Havana that decision. Continue reading

Cubans Pay Tribute to Jose Marti

Cubans Pay Tribute to Jose Marti Cubans of different generations gathered at he Mausoleum to José Martí, in Santa Ifigenia Cemetery in Santiago de Cuba, on occasion of the 118th anniversary of his death in combat.

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TV Festival began in Guantanamo


TV Festival began in GuantanamoGuantanamo. – More than 50 works are competing in the provincial TV festival, CREARTV that has just begun in Guantanamo where the small local channels from San Antonio del Sur and Maisi municipalities as well as Primada Vision in Baracoa and the host, Solvision, are represented.

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FAO Director Sends Congratulation Letter to Fidel Castro

 FAO Director Sends Congratulation Letter to Fidel Castro FAO Director-General Jose Graziano da Silva congratulated the historic leader of the Cuban Revolution, Fidel Castro, because the country complies with the goals to eradicate hunger, national television reported. Continue reading

Guantanamo: Youth will lead parade on May Day

Guantanamo. - A group composed by a thousand young people holding Cuban flags will head the parade on May Day in Guantanamo, a day that all over Cuba the social project advocated here in achieving a prosperous and sustainable socialism will be reaffirmed. Continue reading

Cuban Five Decorated with Ecuadorian Order

An Ecuadorian Parliament delegation awarded the five Cuban anti-terrorist fighters held in the United States with the Doctor Vicente Rocafuerte National Assembly of the Republic of Ecuador order. Continue reading

Guantanamo: Care Program for People with Disabilities Strengthened

 Care Program for People with Disabilities Strengthened Guantanamo.- More than six hundred people with disabilities in Guantanamo work in specialized workshops, ordinary work centers or are qualified for the self-employment through the development of the Employment Program for Persons with Disabilities (PROEMDIS) aimed at their successful reintegration into society. Continue reading

Reps from 73 Countries to Celebrate Intl Workers Day in Cuba


Reps from 73 Countries to Celebrate Intl Workers Day in Cuba Guantanamo (Solvision).- More than 2,000 union leaders, social and solidarity activists from 73 countries will participate on Wednesday, May 1, in celebrations for International Workers' Day in Cuba, organizers, reports local press. Continue reading

Cuba, Leader and Bastion in Promoting Human Rights


Cuba's ambassador to international organizations based in Geneva, Anayansi RodriguezGuantanamo (Solvision).- Cuba's ambassador to international organizations based in Geneva, Anayansi Rodriguez, stated that the Island is a leader and bastion in the promotion and protection of human rights of its people and also from other countries of the world. Continue reading

Venezuelan Electoral Power Endorses Presidential Polls Results

  The National Electoral Council (CNE) of Venezuela said Monday that the elections were concluded on 14 April after issuing an irreversible result, in a context where an eventual challenge corresponds only to the Supreme Court of Justice (TSJ) . Continue reading

Cuba to host workshop on biopharmaceutic regulations

  Guantanamo (Solvision).- Experts from Europe and Latin America are expected to join their Cuban counterparts in the Seventh International Workshop on Aseptic Processing in the Biopharmaceutical Industry (Proceasep 2013), to be held in the Cuban ... Continue reading


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President Chavez Asks to Postpone Inauguration Ceremony

President Hugo Chavez asked today for the National Assembly to postpone for a later date than that of January 10, the presidential inauguration ceremony, according to the Article 231 of the Constitution. Continue reading

Symbolic Caravan of Victory Arrives in Havana

The symbolic Caravan of the Victory arrives today in Havana, to complete its tour as it was done by the Rebel Army headed by Fidel Castro, the leader after the revolutionary triumph of 1959. Continue reading

Canadians to Intensify Struggle for Release of Cuban Five

Social groups in Canada reaffirmed their willingness to step up actions this year for the immediate, unconditional release of five anti-terrorist Cuban fighters unfairly held in US prisons since 1998 for monitoring Miami-based anti-Cuban groups. Continue reading

Guantanamo: Over One Thousand Social Projects in the Past Six Years

Guantanamo.- More than one thousand social projects were implemented in this Eastern Cuban province over the past six years, including healthcare centers, schools and other works as part of a local development program that kicked off in 2006. Continue reading