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November 2018
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Sancti Spiritus Writer Honors Prima Ballerina Alicia Alonso

The book contains an annex with more than 60 stock photographs and deals with passages from Alonso’s childhood to certain current experiences Julio Miguel Llanes, renowned writer from the central Cuban province of Sancti Spiritus, presented a book based on the life of Alicia Alonso but it mixes biography, testimony and fiction, in celebration of … Continue reading

Cuba to Host 27th International Book Fair Next February

The book event is expected to be attended by more than 300 guests from 31 countries, and will have China as guest of honor More than 300 guests from 31 countries confirmed their participation in the 27th International Book Fair, Cuba 2018, scheduled from February 1st to 11th in Havana, said the Organizing Committee of … Continue reading

Donald Trump and the US National Security Strategy

In a speech described by some critics as imperial and ultranationalist, President Donald Trump announced the new National Security Strategy (NSS) that will guide his administration in foreign policy and defense in the coming years. His intervention yesterday afternoon in a building named after the former President Ronald Reagan (1981-1989), near the White House, Trump … Continue reading

FIFA Suspends President of the Brazilian Football Federation

FIFA’s ethics committee temporarily suspended  the president of the Brazilian Football Federation, Marco Polo Del Nero, for violating the rules of that sporting body, that international federation announced. The provisional suspension, for 90 days, prevents him from exercising any function in relation to football, both in the national and international level, and that comes into … Continue reading

Indonesia’s Java Island Striken by 6.5 Magnitude Quake

A powerful magnitude 6.5 earthquake struck the island of Java in Indonesia just before midnight on Friday, with authorities reporting 2 deaths and damage to hundreds of buildings The U.S. Geological Survey said the epicentre of the quake was located at a depth of 92 km (57 miles), about 52 km southwest of Tasikmalaya. Indonesia’s … Continue reading

Cuban President Bids Farewell to Venezuelan Counterpart

Army General Raul Castro Ruz, President of the Cuban Councils of State and Ministers, went Friday night to the José Martí International Airport of Havana, to say good bye to the President of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro Moros, Granma newspaper reported today. After having a conversation in the protocol room of the air terminal, Raúl -together … Continue reading

FAO: Haiti in Serious Food Insecurity

According to a report issued by the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), Haiti is currently the only country in Latin America and the Caribbean in a situation of severe food insecurity. The report ‘Crop Prospects and Food Situation’ indicated that more than 1,320,000 people need food in Haiti, after the adverse effects of … Continue reading

Alfredo Despaigne, 2017 Best Player of Cuban Baseball

Cuban baseball selected outfielder Alfredo Despaigne -a Cuban player who oustood in the Japanese professional leagues- as the Best Player of the Year 2017, in a list of Cuban baseball players.   Alfredo Despaigne, nicknamed ‘The Horse’ in the national and international baseball events in which Cuba has participated in years, became a member of … Continue reading

Cuban Parliament Leader: “We Consider Serbia a Friendly Nation”

The president of the National Assembly of People’s Power, Esteban Lazo, received Serbian President Aleksandar Vučić on Thursday at the host building of that institution. The Serbian President is making an official visit to Cuba. Lazo thanked the visitor for the meeting and referred to the excellent state of diplomatic relations between the two countries, which … Continue reading

Cuba and Venezuela Sign 27 Cooperation Projects

Cuba and Venezuela signed the final act of the 18th Meeting of the Intergovernmental Commission of the Comprehensive Cooperation Agreement (CICIC) between both countries, a process for redimensioning the collaboration. The text describes the design of the Annual Cooperation Plan for 2018 that includes 27 projects contained in nine programs in the areas of Health … Continue reading

Vladimir Putin to Run for Re-election as Independent

Russian President Vladimir Putin has confirmed that he will run for re-election in next year’s presidential race as an independent candidate.  Putin is a member of United Russia, but has decided not to represent the political party in the next election.  “I hope I will be supported by some popular groups, movements, parties,” Putin said at his … Continue reading

Las Tunas Qualifies for 57th SNB Playoffs

Wednesday afternoon, the leader Las Tunas knocked out 10-0 Artemisa, thus becoming the first team qualified to postseason. The winning side batted 18 hits and six members of its line-up had a multi-hit game, with highlight to LF Jorge Yhonson, who hit 4 for 4, with 3 runs scored and one run batted in. Lefty Yudiel Rodriguez pitched … Continue reading

ARA San Juan: Family Member Says Submarine Was Chased by British Navy

Nearly a month after its disappearance, the sister of one of the crew members who had been aboard the missing ARA San Juan submarine, has shared messages from her brother that claim a British Royal Navy helicopter had been chasing them before they disappeared. Jesica Medina, the sibling of Roberto Daniel Medina, said the WhatsApp message … Continue reading

ALBA-TCP Political Council Begins in Havana, Cuba

The 16th Political Council of the Bolivarian Alliance of the Peoples of Our Americas-Peoples’ Trade Treaty (ALBA-TCP) opened on Thursday with the aim of strengthening unity and the capacity for consultation, Granma newspaper reported. The ALBA-TCP meeting will reinforce the organization’s unity and capacity for consensus, leaving behind everything that divides and separates the region, … Continue reading

Serbian President Begins Official Visit to Cuba

Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic begins today an official visit to Cuba until Saturday, said the Cuban ministry of Foreign Affairs. Vucic’s agenda includes a meeting tomorrow with Esteban Lazo, president of the National Assembly of People’s Power, and official talks on December 15th with Cuban President Raul Castro. Vucic will also attend an exhibition on … Continue reading

Important Democrat Victory in Alabama Senate Race

Doug Jones has become the first Democrat in 25 years to win a US Senate seat for Alabama, after a bitter campaign against Republican Roy Moore “This campaign has been about the rule of law. This campaign has been about common courtesy and decency and making sure everyone in this state, regardless of which zip … Continue reading

Chilean Film Acclaimed at Latin American Cinema Festival Held in Cuba

The film ”Los Perros” (2017) by filmmaker Marcela Said, screened during the 39th International Festival of the New Latin American Cinema, tackles an intense conflict over the complicity of civil society with the crimes of the dictatorship in Chile The film, co-produced by Chile and France, is screened in movie theaters in Havana as part … Continue reading

NOAA: The Arctic is Warming at Light Speed

The Arctic is running a fever. The magnitude and pace of the recent Arctic sea-ice decline and ocean warming is ”unprecedented” in at least the past 1,500 years and likely much longer, according to a federal report released Tuesday by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, NOAA   The polar region shows no sign of … Continue reading

New Regulations for Cuba’s Business System Come into Force

The transformation process aimed at promoting a more organized business system stipulated today the entry into force of new provisions to grant greater autonomy to companies and thus improve the Cuban economic model   A report published today in the newspaper Granma collects details of the Official Gazette of the country that reports on such … Continue reading

2018 FIFA World Cup First FAN IDs delivered

Russia’s national postal service ‘Pochta Rossi’ has begun delivering the first 2018 FIFA World Cup FAN IDs, which will provide access to stadiums and grant visa-free entry to Russia for international guests Russian fans who have been issued FAN IDs to attend matches at the 2018 World Cup, which will be staged in Russia for … Continue reading

Last Photo of Submarine ARA San Juan Unveiled, Search Continues

While the intense search without news of the submarine ARA San Juan continues, La Capital newspaper, in the city of Mar del Plata, has released today the last photo taken by its crew members on August 1 Twenty-eight days after the last contact, nothing is known of the submarine that has served the Navy since … Continue reading

Russian Olympic Committee Says Yes to Athletes Competing as Neutrals

The Russian Olympic Committee (ROC) has unanimously voted in favor of Russian athletes participating at the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Games under a neutral flag The decision was announced at a meeting on Tuesday, during which prominent Russian athletes, coaches and ROC members discussed the International Olympic Committee’s (IOC) proposal to allow Russians to perform under … Continue reading

Sexual Harassment Splashes Donald Trump Again

Three women renewed their accusations of sexual harassment against U.S. President Donald Trump, amid the nationwide scandal involving various sectors During an NBC TV program, Jessica Leeds, Samantha Holvey and Rachel Crooks, who denounced Trump’s behavior last year before the presidential election, stated that their harassment lasted for decades. The women requested a Congressional investigation … Continue reading

Cuba Hosts Political Council of Alba-TCP

The 16th Political Council of the Bolivarian Alliance for the Peoples of Our America-Peoples Trade Treaty (ALBA-TCP) will be held tomorrow in Havana, the Cuban Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MINREX) confirmed today. According to the official statement of that portfolio, the meeting will allow to coordinate actions, explore new integration opportunities and reaffirm the commitment … Continue reading

Honduras Elections: Partial Recount Shows Similar Results

Honduras' electoral tribunal said on Sunday that a partial recount of votes from the controversial presidential election showed broadly the same result as previously, giving the lead to incumb President Juan Orlando Hernandez Continue reading

Islamic Resistance Calls for Rebellion over Trump’s Jerusalem Decision

Hezbollah Secretary General Hasan Nasrallah called for a third Intifada (rebellion) in response to US President Donald Trump's decision on Jerusalem Continue reading