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Nicaragua Anti-Canal leader Francisca Ramirez: “Ortega’s Gov. Treats Us Like Criminals”

Nicaraguan rural leader Francisca “Chica” Ramirez criticizes Ortega’s government for abusing the human rights of those who oppose them. Ramirez was invited by the Front Line Defenders foundation to take part in a discussion alongside another hundred human rights defenders. The event took place in Dublin, Ireland, starting on October 17th and came to an end on the 19th this month. Continue reading

Los “Chamacos” de Guantánamo

Según fuentes oficiales de consulta permanente, "chamaco" hace referencia a persona que está en período de la niñez. Sin embargo, en la provincia Guantánamo, es un argot popularizado que figura lo mismo a pequeños que a adolescentes, incluso, hasta a los más mayorcitos también. (12 fotos) Continue reading

Havana Weather for October 19-25

The days will be cloudy from the morning on, and in the afternoon there will be showers and isolated showers, which will be more likely to the south of the capital. Continue reading

Castro, Ortega and Morales Celebrate Maduro’s Victory in Venezuela

The presidents of Cuba, Nicaragua and Bolivia, Raul Castro, Daniel Ortega and Evo Morales, celebrated today the "great victory" of the Venezuelan government in Sunday's regional elections, which granted the ruling party 17 governor’s seats against five of the opposition. Continue reading

Raúl Castro felicita a Maduro por su “vocación democrática”

El presidente cubano, Raúl Castro, felicitó hoy al mandatario venezolano Nicolás Maduro por los resultados en las elecciones regionales a las que consideró como ejemplo de "vocación democrática". Continue reading

La oposición en Venezuela desconoce el resultado electoral

La oposición venezolana dijo hoy que no reconoce los resultados emitidos por el Consejo Nacional Electoral (CNE) de las elecciones regionales, que otorgaron al oficialismo la victoria en 17 gobernaciones contra cinco de la oposición. Continue reading

Venezuela: Opposition Doesn’t Recognize Voting Results

The Venezuelan opposition said today it does not recognize the results of the National Electoral Council (CNE) in the regional elections held Sunday, which gave the ruling party a victory 17 governors against five for the opposition. Continue reading

Rugby & US Football in Cuba, Past and Present

Rugby, in its different forms, has been played in Cuba for many years, although it still continues to suffer a kind of curse because it doesn’t receive the institutional support it should. Continue reading

Cubans Must Now Go to Colombia to Apply to Immigrate to the USA

As if it were a simple matter, US diplomatic sources said today that Cubans who want to immigrate to the United States, often under family reunification, will have to apply for a visa at that country's embassy in Colombia. Continue reading

Cubanos deberán tramitar en Colombia sus visados para emigrar a EEUU

Los cubanos que quieran emigrar a Estados Unidos deberán realizar los trámites para solicitar una visa en la embajada de ese país en Colombia, anunciaron hoy fuentes diplomáticas estadounidenses. Y lo dicen como si fuera algo fácil de hacer. Continue reading

Cuba Sonic Files: “Nails scratching the blackboard”

The AP news agency received from US authorities the audio of a screeching noise that supposedly had been recorded in Havana and sent "for analysis to the US Navy, which has sophisticated equipment to analyze acoustic signals, and to intelligence agenci... Continue reading

Havana Weather for October 12-18

For this 7-day period, partial cloud cover is forecast starting in the late morning, which will increase in the afternoon, with the occurrence of rain and some isolated thunderstorms. Continue reading

Matagalpa, Nicaragua’s “Elder Mayor” Sadrach Zeledon

Every morning for weeks now, the speakers on the outside of the Matagalpa mayor’s office blast at nearly full volume, alternating songs of the Sandinista Front with Reggaeton music. Although his name is never mentioned in the repertoire, passers-by and neighbors know that the strident music celebrates the third consecutive candidacy of Sadrach Zeledon Rocha as Matagalpa’s mayor. Continue reading

Nicaragua Anti-Canal Leader Gets Protection

The Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR) gave protection to Nicaraguan rural leader Francisca Ramirez, leader of the protests against the construction of the interoceanic canal, dpa news agency reports. Continue reading

Oops, error 404

An article published last week by the Cienfuegos newspaper 5 de Septiembre, where the thoughts of several journalists and members of the newspaper’s board about their working conditions were published, was taken down from this newspaper’s website just a few hours later. Continue reading

Un día feriado más

Todo cubano sabe qué sucedió el 10 de octubre de 1868, todos conocen que en esa fecha Carlos Manuel de Céspedes dio la libertad a sus esclavos y se inició la lucha anticolonial en Cuba. Continue reading

“Haití, amor mío”: una carrera por el Oscar

El filme Haití, amor mío, de la cineasta haitiana Guetty Feli, es candidato a la próxima celebración de los Premios Oscar. La propia directora comentó cuán feliz está por tal acontecimiento, aun cuando afirma que el trabajo para ella acaba de comenzar y queda mucho por hacer. Continue reading

Haiti, My Love: A Race for the Oscars

The film “Haiti, My Love” by Haitian filmmaker Guetty Feli Cohen is a candidate for the next Oscar Awards ceremony. The filmmaker herself has said how happy she is about this news, even though she claims that the work to get there has just started and that there is still a lot to do. Continue reading

After Che Guevara’s Death, Five Results

Up until the present day, Che Guevara continues to be the personification of the tireless revolutionary who is idolized by many in spite of his violent actions. His execution in Bolivia on October 9th 1967 made him a “martyr”, something which had several key historic and cultural consequences. Continue reading

Después de la muerte del Che Guevara, cinco consecuencias

El Che Guevara sigue siendo hasta hoy la encarnación del revolucionario incansable que es idolatrado por muchos pese a sus actos violentos. Su fusilamiento el 9 de octubre de 1967 en Bolivia lo convirtió en un "mártir". Continue reading

“Calica” Ferrer y su relación con el Che: “Fui amigo de un héroe”

Carlos "Calica" Ferrer tenía tres años cuando en la ciudad de Alta Gracia, situada en un amplio valle rodeado por sierras en la provincia de Córdoba, en el centro de Argentina, se hizo amigo de Ernesto Guevara, que tenía un año más. Continue reading

El huracán Nate se mueve rápidamente hacia la costa del Golfo de EEUU

El huracán Nate, con vientos de 150 km/h, se acerca rápidamente a la costa del Golfo de los Estados Unidos, amenazando a Nueva Orleans y otras ciudades al este. Hasta el momento no hay informes de daños causados en la provincia de Pinar del Río, en el oeste de Cuba, donde una advertencia de tormenta tropical estuvo en vigencia desde ayer. Continue reading

Mariela Castro: 10 Pearls against the US and the Western World

At the peak of the diplomatic crisis between Washington and Havana due to alleged sonic attacks against 21 US officials, Cuban government representative, sexologist and daughter of Raul Castro, Mariela Castro has given a press conference to throw sever... Continue reading

Pioneros por el Comunismo, manipulemos al Che

Tras su canonización comunista como mito, el Che había conseguido rellenar en su corta vida, a saber: “valor” “virilidad” “potencia” “voluntad” “atractivo” y luego “el sacrificio del mártir, la muerte del héroe occidental”... Continue reading

The 8th Traveling Caribbean Film Showcase

The 8th edition of the Traveling Caribbean Film Showcase recently came to an end in Havana and is getting ready to go on tour in other Caribbean countries. (6 photos) Continue reading

US Confirms it Isn’t Handing Over Information to Cuba on “Sonic Attacks”

The US Department of State’s spokeswoman Heather Nauert affirmed that her country isn’t giving Cuba any information about the alleged “sonic attacks” that twenty or so US diplomats were allegedly victim to. Continue reading