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September 2018
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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

Nephrology Congress Kicks Off in Sancti Spiritus, Cuba

This congress will allow the exchange of experiences and update on the most advanced trends in the management of renal diseases More than 300 Cuban and foreign specialists are attending today in this central city of the country the 9th National Congress of Nephrology, which includes the debate of nearly 200 presentations. This congress has … Continue reading

Medical Science University Welcomes New Students in Sancti Spiritus

The University of Medical Sciences of Sancti Spiritus reopened its doors to welcome almost 700 new students this year According to the information provided to Escambray by Pedagogical Sciences Doctor David Morales Herrera, general secretary in this university, 531 of the students were admitted in higher education careers like Medicine, Nursing, Imaging and Radio-Physics, Stomatology, … Continue reading

La Canchánchara, a Cuban Cocktail of Mambi Origin

Canchánchara can be enjoyed at any time in an old house located within the historic center of Trinidad. It is said that this beverage eased the hard times of the struggle against Spanish colonialism In Trinidad anyone can tell the Canchánchara cocktail recipe by heart: two ounces of rum, two tablespoons of honey, one tablespoon … Continue reading

Sancti Spíritus to Host 9th Congress of Nephrology

The Cuban central city of Sancti Spiritus will be the venue next September 13-15 of the 9th Congress of Nephrology which seeks to update the scientific knowledge about kidney disease According to Jorge Pérez, president of the organizing committee, the forum will also honor the 15th anniversary of the nephrology services in Cuba created under … Continue reading

Students Welcome New School Year in Sancti Spiritus

This September 3, more than 72,000 students from different educational levels will begin the 2018-2019 school year in this central Cuban territory A different hustle and bustle is perceived in the streets of Sancti Spíritus, this September 3 when more than 72 000 students from different educational levels are ready to begin the academic year … Continue reading

Coro de Clave of Sancti Spiritus: A Neglected Treasure

The only survivor of this type of musical format in Cuba and throughout the world maintains its artistic quality, but has been backed into a corner by the hostile ears of postmodernity The coros de clave were born as supreme chants in Sancti Spíritus around November 1899, when Juan de la Cruz Echemendía founded La … Continue reading

Trinidad de Cuba Hosts Route of Rumba Festival in Sancti Spiritus (+photos)

The festival was inaugurated in Belen Square, Old Havana, on August 17th, and will be concluded on the 31st in Santiago de Cuba, after being performed in nine provinces The International Festival The Route of Rumba, organized by Timbalaye, promoter of Cuban culture, was held last Saturday, August 25th, in Trinidad, a town in the … Continue reading

4th Japanese Culture Event Inaugurated in Sancti Spiritus, Cuba

The 4th Japanese Culture event was inaugurated this Thursday in Sancti Spiritus at the Casa de la Guayabera The celebration is sponsored by this institution and its Otakuss Project, the Provincial Culture Office and involves collaboration with the Embassy of Japan in Cuba. Ryokei Motobayashi, culture and press attaché from the Japanese Embassy along with … Continue reading

Cuba Commemorates 58th Anniversary of Women’s Organization

Cuban women outstand in Latin America. Their characteristics have stood the test of time, allowing them to accomplish so much of what has been achieved in the country We are Cuban women of the 21st century, as I recently read. We see our dreams on the horizon and are moving forward. We are not very … Continue reading

Sancti Spiritus Residents Enjoy CirCuba 2018 Presentations

The residents of The Village of the Holy Spirit had a great time with the performance of circus artists from Spain, Colombia, México, Argentine and Cuba During four days, this central Cuban territory hosted the CirCuba 2018 International Festival as part of a national tour of the show that includes several provinces. (Photos: Ismael Francisco … Continue reading

Sancti Spíritus with the first global health indicators

The Neonatology Service of the Camilo Cienfuegos University Hospital has achieved a survival rate of 98 percent so far this year, one of the best rates in the country The survival of critically ill newborns and infant mortality are among the health services that currently maintain first-world indicators in this central Cuban province. The Neonatology … Continue reading

Consultation of Draft Constitution Begins Successfully in Sancti Spiritus

Edelio Torres, of the Temporary Committee to develop this process in Sancti Spíritus, described the debates in the pilot assemblies of the territory as very contributing. The beginning of the popular consultation on the Draft Constitution of the Republic in this central province is today described as a successful exercise of democracy, of the people”s … Continue reading

Fidel Castro, a Life of Struggles for Social Justice

Passages of life and struggles for social justice of the historic leader of the Cuban Revolution, Fidel Castro The historic leader of the Cuban Revolution, Fidel Castro (1926-2016), would celebrate today 92 years, a day that Prensa Latina uses to remember passages of his life and his struggles for social justice. Fidel Alejandro Castro Ruz … Continue reading

Sancti Spiritus Ready for Consultation of Constitution Draft

In the communities of the Turkish Plan of the mountains of the south and north of the Sancti Spiritus, the dialogue and study of the tabloid with the Draft Constitution is being developed The mass, social, peasant and workers” organizations of Sancti Spiritus have declared today ready to begin the process of popular consultation on … Continue reading

Internationalist Health Contribution of Sancti Spíritus to the World

A large number of this staff works in Venezuela, Brazil, Angola and Ecuador Some 1,500 workers in the health sector of this central Cuban province are currently on mission in 42 countries around the world, according to a specialist from the territorial health department. Aris Fortain, head of the collaboration department, told the local press … Continue reading

Citizenship in Cuba’s Reform to the Constitution

The present law of laws does not admit double citizenship, while the initiative that goes to popular debate, proposes the principle of effective citizenship The project of the new Cuban Constitution represents a total reform of the Magna Carta enacted since 1976, on the issue of citizenship as one of the conditions that change. The … Continue reading

Cuba: A million copies of constitutional reform proposal printed

Of the 800,000 tabloids distributed to date, more than 699,000 have been sold, while another 200,000 will be delivered to sales points across the country today The print version of the constitutional reform proposal, that has been in circulation since July 31, is the best selling tabloid of this kind ever distributed by the state … Continue reading

Cuba reiterates unconditional solidarity and support for President Maduro

The revolutionary Cuban government issued a declaration forcefully denouncing the attempted attack on the President of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro Moros, which occurred Saturday August 4, during a military parade in Caracas The revolutionary government of the Republic of Cuba forcefully denounces the attempted attack on the President of the Bolivarian Republic … Continue reading

Sancti Spiritus to Host Scientific Meeting on Breastfeeding

The central Cuban province of Sancti Spiritus will be hosting a national Scientific Meeting on occasion of the World Breastfeeding Week that takes place in the country from August 1 to 7 Mario Enrique Berea, head of the provincial section of the Maternal and Child Care Program, told Prensa Latina that due to its positive … Continue reading

Trinidad de Cuba Awarded World Crafts City Recognition

After being examined inch by inch by several members of the World Crafts Council (WCC), the third village of Cuba has become the island’s first to be registered as World Crafts City The announcement was made by Roberto Ponce de León, director of the Cuban Fund of Cultural Assets in Sancti Spíritus who, a few … Continue reading

Cuba Commemorates Day of the Martyrs of the Revolution

The day in which Frank País García and Raúl Pujol were assassinated, was chosen as a symbolic date to honor the more than 20,000 Cubans who lost their lives in the effort to overthrow Batista At 20-some years of age, life is a dream. The future is to be discovered and goals set. It is … Continue reading

Raul Castro Highlights Role of Latin American Integration

The success of CARICOM, and the participation of all members of CELAC, as well as those of ALBA, have contributed to the advance of regional integration Remarks by Army General Raul Castro in the ceremony held in Santiago de Cuba to mark the 65th anniversary of the assaults on the Moncada and Carlos Manuel de … Continue reading

Raul Castro and Miguel Díaz-Canel Preside Over 26th of July Commemoration

Army General Raúl Castro, first secretary of the Cuban Communist Party (PCC) and Miguel Díaz-Canel, president of the Councils of State and Ministers, preside over the national ceremony to mark the 65th anniversary of the assault on Moncada and Carlos Manuel de Céspedes barracks in Santiago de Cuba and Bayamo, respectively. Continue reading

Sancti Spirtus Launches New Nature Tourism Routes

Piedra Gorda and Por los Caminos del Che are the new tourism products that Cubans and foreigners will be able to enjoy if they choose to spend their vacation in natural sites of Sancti Spiritus José Rolando Delgado Rodríguez, director of Nature and Conservation Tourism at the Provincial Company for the Protection of Flora and … Continue reading